Lightning Session at 2019 CIRI Event Will Showcase E-Learning for Millennials.
MERIDIAN, ID, US, May 14, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — HFI University (HFI-U) will be presenting a 15-minute lightning session on engaging millennials through e-learning at the Cleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI) 2019 Science Symposium, July 15-17 at Miami University in Oxford, OH. The theme for the 2019 symposium is “Connecting Research to Practice.”
Allen Rathey, principal of HFI-U, will present the topic: "E-learning for Sharing Practical Cleaning Science with Millennials"
His session will include information on:
1. Creating engaging and interactive learning backed by authoritative science
2. Designing e-learning to both inform learners and help them perform
3. Developing e-learning that adjusts coursework based on learners' responses
4. Complementing hands-on learning while reaching millennials through their digital devices.
“E-learning need not be boring to be substantive,” noted Allen Rathey. “Cloud-based apps enable creating very effective instruction in bite-sized portions to engage the digital generation, both the young and young-at-heart, while augmenting essential on-site training.”
Rathey’s session will be at 8:15am ET on July 17th in Session 6: "Management Science, Efficiencies & Economics, Survey Data". Each session will conclude with a panel discussion.
The purpose of Healthy Facilities Institute University (HFI-U) is to teach both non-credentialed and credentialed service and support staff employed in schools/colleges, senior care, hospitality, retail, and other fields, how to improve the environment of their facility in a way that makes them more valuable as employees and creates a bottom-line benefit to employers.
HFI-U believes teaching others how to achieve healthy facilities is a process that is definable through systematic online coursework.
Online delivery also enables scalability while keeping costs low. Contact Allen@hfi-u.org, call 208-658-1912, or visit www.hfi-u.org.
About the 2019 CIRI Symposium
On July 15-17, 2019 the leading minds in the world of cleaning and disaster restoration will gather in scenic Oxford, Ohio, at Miami University for the Cleaning Industry Research Institute’s (CIRI) 2019 Science Symposium. This year the conference — developed for seasoned professionals, researchers, educators, trainers and consultants — will feature a keynote delivered by Dr. Greg Whiteley, “Anticipating Threats to Human Health,” and no less than 18 laser-focused “lightning” presentations and six Q&A panel discussions.
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Source: EIN Presswire