Are you working with an employer-partner to plan for a workplace education program? Join us to learn more about making a successful transition from the needs analysis stage to project implementation. New and experienced workplace education program providers will have a chance to share and learn from each other and the facilitator.


    This professional development activity/course is designed for:

  • Program directors and coordinators involved in a workplace needs analysis (WNA) or workplace education project implementation
  • Anyone interested in workplace education programs

In this session, we will start with a brief description of the fundamental components and best practices in workplace education and discuss the workplace needs analysis (WNA) and how to make the transition from planning to implementation. We will also discuss how to identify promising WNA results and ways to overcome potential challenges to future project implementation. We will share examples of the steps needed to move to the implementation stage with your employer-partner. You will have an opportunity to meet with other adult educators who are new or experienced providers of workplace education to share questions and ideas.

Several days before the event, Kathleen O’Connell at kathleen_oconnell@worlded.org will send you an email with the Zoom link. 

*To ensure that you receive information about your training, please save kathleen_oconnell@worlded.org and jane_brandt@worlded.org to your email address book.*

    Learning Objectives

    Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to:

  • Describe best practices in the workplace
  • Interpret and analyze your program’s WNA results
  • Begin to develop a workplace education project implementation
Presenter(s) / Facilitator(s)

This training is for programs involved in workplace education planning and/or implementation.

04/12/2024 - 1:00 pm to 04/12/2024 - 2:30 pm

United States

PD Center
SABES Program Support PD Center
Topic Area
Workplace Education