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Developing Digital Content for VET in India

eSkill India NSDC's Digital Skilling Initiative organized a capacity building online workshop on “Developing Digital Content for VET in India”.  This will assist stakeholders engaged in the commissioning and creation of digital skilling content.


Description

Digital Learning Resources have assumed a position of importance amid current times. We had earlier released  Skilling Content Development Guidelines and conducted workshops enabling SSC staff, consultants and TP staff to build capacity towards Skilling Content Development for the Vocational ecosystem. The guidelines document, as you know, covers the varied instructional approaches to be adopted for VET, content-structuring and development process, project management, along with the legal aspects of sourcing and publishing.  This guideline document also has a section on Development of elearning content for skilling ecosystem. To enable stakeholders create a good eskilling content, we are organizing a capacity building online workshop on “Developing Digital Content for VET in India”.  This will assist stakeholders engaged in the commissioning and creation of digital skilling content. Presenter: Ms. Purnima Valiathan – Creative Head, ID Mentors. She is an e-learning and training consultant with more than 20 years of relevant experience in the field of Instructional Designing.   The session will refer to the Skilling Content Development Guideline and cover: Overview of Instructional Designing (ID) Basics of ID for VET Developing Digital Content for Vocational Training Skilling Content Development Process Session Planning for Blended Learning Best Practices
Name Developing Digital Content for VET in India
Language English
Duration 1:59 hours
Sector Instructional Strategies
Price (INR) FREE
Availablity Available full time
Certification Availability from Knowledge Partner Not Available
Certification Availability from eSkillIndia Not Available
Pre-Qualification Any

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