If you want to change your organizational culture, there’s a tool you should consider: an adaptive learning assessment. This kind of assessment will help you measure the behaviors you want to transform and support.
Join us for an exploration into the core foundations of adaptive learning assessments, based on the system implemented by our presenters. They made adaptive assessments a key to successful buy-in from both stakeholders and learners…and you can too!
R. Michael Weger
Instructional and Graphic Designer
My passion is to develop and deliver engaging material that educate, compel, and inspire individuals and organizations. This is why I continue to pursue challenging career experiences and learning opportunities. For the past 25 years I have been at the forefront of visual communications from designing websites, DVDs, journals, and magazines to interactive educational materials and eLearnings. In my personal life I enjoy spending as much time with my wife and two kitties as possible. On the weekend you will find me with a good book, watching a movie or behind my computer screen.
Jesse Clark is a Training Specialist at Oregon Community Credit Union. He is the primary facilitator of technical training for new employees and also part of a team that trains new systems for the rest of the credit union staff. He has almost two decades of credit union experience and worked at 2 credit union before starting to work at OCCU in 2005.
In the 15 years that Jesse has been at OCCU he has trained several hundred new employees basic banking skills, trained all staff members how to use a new core banking software, and helped create an expansive adaptive learning assessment that provided a pathway for 2020 and 2021. Currently, he is training new employees virtually and getting ready to train all staff members again on an upgrade to OCCU’s banking software.
Jesse is a native Oregonian and currently lives in Springfield with his son and daughter. In his personal time you could probably catch him watching a movie, reading a book, listening to a pod-cast and doing his best to understand “teenager” language.
- Zoom Access information will be sent via email prior to the program
- Check in begins at 5:00 pm online
- Program begins at 5:15 pm.
- Our Chapter Meetings are a great opportunity to connect with talent development colleagues from across the area as well as to learn something new as each meeting focuses on a different topic related to our profession. Meetings take place the place the third Monday of each month (except December) and are open to members and non-members alike.
Additional Registration Details
- This is an online program offered using Zoom. Please be sure your audio and visual components are working prior to the session.
- Online registration available until noon the day of the event.
- Discounted registration is available for our partner organizations (ICF, NSA, ODN, SHRM).
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HRCI and SHRM
This program may be eligible for self-certification for HRCI and SHRM recertification credits. You will need to keep records of the event and prepare any required paperwork. Visit the HRCI recertification webpage or the SHRM recertification webpage for more information.
Capability Model: Instructional Design, Training Delivery & Facilitation, Technology Application, Communication, Data and Analytics