3 virtual classes of 2 hours and homework in between sessions
Pricing adapted to individuals
Community-based and peer-to-peer
1. Discovering social learning 2. Understanding the role of a Learning Community Manager 3. Learning about how to facilitate communities of learners 4. Building a plan and mastering the tools to facilitate a learning community 5. Knowing how to analyze data to facilitate your community
WEEK 2: PUTTING YOURSELF IN THE SHOES OF A LEARNING COMMUNITY MANAGER AND BUILDING YOUR FACILITATION PLAN
Understanding your target audience, defining your objectives, your content plan and your tone
Defining the content plan, types and tone and deciding on your work organisation
WEEK 3: FACILITATING YOUR COMMUNITY
Discovering concrete practices and tools to facilitate your community
Choosing the right tools and platforms, content creation and sharing, techniques to encourage peer-to-peer learning, webinar facilitation
OUR LEARNING EXPERTS
Head of Learning at Learn Assembly
After a thesis on managerial innovation, Emilie started her career as a teacher-researcher in a French university in management sciences. She was then driven by the entrepreneurial ecosystem and wanted to create a shift in the learning world. This is the reason why she joined Learn Assembly’s team in September 2018 as Head of Learning. She is dedicated to designing impactful learning experiences built to create a healthy and sustainable employability.
Founder & CEO at Learn Assembly
After being very bored in class but always wanting to learn, Antoine discovered the entrepreneurial world in a startup and with a venture capitalist before starting the Learn Assembly adventure. He’s more particularly in charge of business development, marketing and customer relationship at Learn Assembly. Antoine likes the piano, movies, eating, biking and the PSG (Parisian soccer team).
THEY TRUST US
"Learn Assembly, thank you very much for all your support and your availability. From the beginning, you taught us we must dare to try and learn from our mistakes."
"Peer-to-peer learning, exchanges of best practices and feedback from others were very useful to me."
"What I liked the most was the use of very practical exercises. I was blown away by the dynamics of the course."