Ontario Real Estate Association wins award for blended learning

Dec 2, 2014 10:03:14 AM
by LERN |

orecThe Ontario Real Estate Association, Ontario Real Estate College, Don Mills, Ontario, Ozzie Logozzo, executive director, has won a LERN international award for 2015.

This organization is definitely the first association to develop a plan and get training on converting their face-to-face classes to hybrid or blended.  But they may also be one of the first in our field of lifelong learning.

LERN predicts every one of your in-person programs and events will be blended in a few years, but it’s time to get started, and this association has done it. They developed a plan.  They enrolled a key staff member in LERN’s Certified Online Instructor or COI training program. They consulted a local university training center on creating blended courses. And they begin rolling them out in 2015.

For their pioneering role in this exciting new 21st century learning format, we are pleased to recognize their accomplishment.



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