It's invaluable to be doing some e-training as compared to e-learning.
The Olympics lend themselves to actions and activities; learning goes on in your head whilst training involves your body as well as your mind.
I know stuff about the Olympics and Paralympics that I did not know before. I have got my head around the role of Gamesmakers and have bought into the positive, inclusive, inspirational approach.
A workbook, a CD and links to a website is standard training fair. Tell them what you are going to tell them; tell them, then tell them what you told them would sum it up.
But why change a format that works?
Seb Coe introduces then a series of vignettes and activities take you through loads of stuff, from background to specifics, using video here, click and view there as well as deeper engagement with a few Q&As too or typing up some ideas. It took me 90 minutes.
Already I have some of this knowledge effortlessly embedded.
Could you teach a degree or postgraduate degree in this way? Why do I imagine that learning design should be any more complicated?
Good execution, simple design, not too flash, or cheesy.
Done for the right price with a practical feel to it. In the past my involvement in such things was to go out and shoot the video, often with green screens and actors, helicopters and composed music, 3d graphics and interenational travel.