CPD Programmes

Visual Learning: Creating Visually Impactful Learning For The Workplace for Adult Education

Programme Fees:

Singaporean/PR: S$42.80 w/GST

AEN Member

Singaporean/PR: S$128.40 | Others: S$428.00 w/GST

Non-AEN Member

Jessica Dang (Ms)


7 hours





Participants are required to bring your mobile device or tablet to access the Internet. Free Wi-Fi access will be provided at the training site.


What is this programme about?


The majority of us are visual learners. That’s right – most of us. Vision is, by far, our most important sense. Visual processing takes up much more brain space and uses more energy than all our other senses combined. As learning professionals, we can leverage this knowledge, to make the learning we design and deliver significantly more impactful in the workplace.

In this fun 1-day session we’ll explore how brain friendly, visual learning content can be used to enhance learning. You’ll discover how traditional learning content is being transformed into a variety of visually impactful displays and collaterals – resulting in learning that sticks.

You’ll discover the benefits of decluttering learning and its delivery by saying more with less. Content that’s light on the brain, and big on the learning. In the information storm we all encounter daily, the use of visual learning collaterals is a pleasant, welcome and refreshing workplace learning methodology. Additionally, our multi-generational, multi-national, diversity rich and disruption prone workplaces are perfect places to embark on a visually impactful learning adventure.

Note: The focus of this workshop will be the principles, benefits & applications of visually impactful learning content.


What does it cover?


At the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Be able to actively look for ways to reformat learning into visual learning collaterals
  • Transform how you deliver learning
  • Use visual learning processes as you design and deliver learning sessions
  • Make learning more memorable and fun


Who is it suitable for?


This programme is for professionals in:

  • Adult Education: comprises job functions in the activities of learning design, curriculum development, learning facilitation, assessment of learning competence, learning technology integration and providing consultancy and advisory services to drive business performance.
  • Learning Management: comprises job functions in the management and support of learning programmes, systems and technology management and implementation, quality assurance of learning programmes and driving business development. 
  • Any others active in Training and Adult Education who are interested in transforming workplace learning using visual methods and tools.


Fees & funding

AEN Member Singaporean/PR Non-AEN Member Singaporean/PR Non-AEN Member Others

Total programme fee




To register for AEN membership, please click here.

The 90% course fee discount for CPD programmes is only applicable to an AEN Member who is either a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident. Foreigners will not be entitled to this discount even if they are AEN members.

Programme fee covers training and assessment. The fee is inclusive of prevailing GST and subject to changes.

Additional funding assistance, if applicable

Singaporeans aged 25 years old and above are eligible for SkillsFuture Credit which can be used to offset the selected programmes’ fees for self-sponsored registrations only.


About the speaker


Jessica Dang (Ms)

Certified Learning Specialist

Jessica Dang has developed and delivered multiple bestselling workshops and learning events. She was instrumental in building the largest ‘hands-on’ education company in Asia. Additionally, she has conceptualised and built leading education businesses, learning tools and software for clients. An innovative educator, Jessica has also developed and managed large scale, multi-location learning events and outreach programs for leading international organisations. She brings her super fun, trademark “chaos & mayhem” learning technique to all her programs.  


Jessica is a practicing workplace learning specialist, executive and team coach. She helps organisations build their learning systems, structures and content. She also works with senior executives and teams to achieve their personal and career goals.


Jessica wrote popular columns in the leading local newspaper, a popular parenting magazine and a highly respected HR journal. She is a practicing learning consultant and business strategist. Over 350 000 children, young adults, parents, educators, executives and other adults have attended Jessica’s programs. She is actively involved in community service projects and welcomes the opportunity to contribute her time and skills for worthy causes