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Masterpiece slide decks

There is both an art and a science to creating virtual slide decks that help to deliver learning transfer by being visually appealing, functional and practical. In this masterclass we share how to create slide decks that avoid cognitive overload, are accessible to different learner requirements and aid focus and memory recall.

Max 8 participants
120 mins

Impact

On your business

  • If you are looking at making your training materials more accessible then this is the workshop that takes a fresh look at your overall design.
  • Looks matter!  Your learners are more likely to value and engage with learning if it is fresh, appealing and engaging.
  • Ensure your L&D materials are created with learning in mind rather than having to rely on slide decks created by your comms or marketing functions.

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Your L&D participants will leave this masterclass with fresh energy for creating and adapting their slide decks for the modern learner.
  • Know how to create slides that are beautiful, functional and accessible for as many learners as possible.
  • See examples of how the same content can be designed in different ways for different levels of learning focus.
  • Avoid cognitive overload for learners by presenting content in different ways for slide decks and other mediums.

Learning activities

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Workshop

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Discussion

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Want to know more?

There is both an art and a science to creating virtual slide decks that help to deliver learning transfer by being visually appealing, functional and practical.   In this masterclass we share how to create slide decks that avoid cognitive overload, are accessible to different learner requirements and aid focus and memory recall.

Explore how to avoid ineffective traditional PowerPoint slide decks and grab learner attention with beautiful, clean, modern designs. 

Consider how to present bullet points, data and content in fresh and appealing ways whilst staying true to the purpose of the slide deck overall… as an ‘aid to learning.

Learn design techniques that use colour, proximity, hierarchy and morphing to create slides that are both appealing and easy on the eye.  Create a great first impression through your slide decks so that participants arrive knowing this is going to be a fantastic experience that is current and engaging.

Who will benefit?

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Learning designers

responsible for creating workshops that involve slide decks.

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Facilitators

who are able to adapt or influence the materials they use in their training courses.

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L&D leads and managers

looking for inspiration for refreshing and improving the look, feel and effectiveness of learning materials.

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