(Orlando, FL) – On August 18, 2017 Riptide Software announced their upcoming webinar presentation with Kevin M. Yates, Advisor for Learning Measurement, Evaluation & Analytics.
“The L&D Measurement Journey – Creating a Chain of Evidence for Impact,” will cover a four step plan that learning professionals can use to become data-driven. Riptide’s Learning Division Director, Nick Washburn, will also be a featured speaker and touch on the growing Experience API (xAPI) and what this means for learning professionals looking to become data-driven.
The webinar will take place on October 10, 2017 at 1:00pm EST. With the global trend of big data and business functions striving to prove impact, the goal of the interactive session is to provide a comprehensive four step plan to prove training is working and that the training impacts overall business goals. Nick Washburn quotes: “We are looking forward to be presenting with Kevin and we believe this webinar will add actionable value for the learning community.”
Kevin M. Yates added: “I’m excited to work with Riptide who believes in my guiding principle about data for learning development. We don’t have to wish hope, hope or believe learning and development makes an impact. We have the data to prove it.”
Interested participants can sign up for free below:
Technology Resources and Riptide’s CEO are available for interview.
Please contact Christy Puller, 407-542-7675.
The Riptide Learning Division brings the Riptide Elements® product line of learning solutions to the modern enterprise: Storepoints xAPI-Conformant LRS, Waypoints In-line Training Software, and Learnpoints Adaptive Learning Courseware. Elements is a scalable, and configurable platform of learning solutions that works seamlessly with existing enterprise software systems in a non-disruptive way. All products are also backwards compatible to Legacy systems. Riptide Learning team members are active participants in the community developing xAPI—the standard in modern learner experience tracking.
About Kevin M. Yates
Kevin has extensive learning and talent development experience and uses measurement to answer the question, “Did training work?”. His work is global and multi-industry with a solid reputation for helping organizations use analytics for insights and data-driven decisions about learning strategy. He’s a sought-after subject matter expert, thought leader and advisor for measuring the impact of learning on organization goals and employee performance.