What is innovBite?

innovBite provides informal and bite-sized learning on new and/or important topics for our stakeholders in Training and Adult Education (TAE) sector, from individual trainers, full-time employees with training responsibility, to full-fledged training provider. Each session is 30 min to 1 hour long and features a new topic to expand your horizon.

June's event lineup

June's bite-sized learning will be part of our Learning and Innovation Series and we are collaborating with The LLiBrary during their Lunchtime Talks! This session will be conducted in a more experimentative manner. We will be applying Jigsaw Collaborative Learning live to capture value from innovation through the Law of Confidence and Trade Secrets through case studies. Do not miss this session happening on 23rd June, 12:30-1:30pm by our speakers Mr. William Phay and Ms. Kok Tsz Wing!

Register here: https://ialsg.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUpd-2prT4vGNLmZ9PInEyOoN4dGEbgzrTp

*As this session features case studies, we will be providing reading materials before the session. Please email Mr. William Phay at williamphay001@suss.edu.sg to receive the reading materials.

**Disclaimer: This session is for educational and informational purposes only It is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice. We disclaim any rewards or responsibility for any gains or losses arising from direct or indirect use and application of any contents of the written material. 

(Updated on: 17 May 2022)

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Upcoming Events

TBC

Past innovBite Highlights

 
Below are three past innovBite sessions. We have omitted Q&A session along with the segment covered in breakout rooms for all the recordings. For the full history of past innovBite sessions, click here.

Topic: Learning from Science Centre: Adapting to the Pandemic(16th November)

Speaker: Mr. Addison Goh

Content: The speaker shared about how Science Centre has adapted their workplace training during the pandemic, taking up inspirations from educating the next generation and setting the right learning culture. Examples of adult learning quoted includes training for staff and volunteers and new initiative to equip tour guides with virtual tour-guiding.

Topic: Learning from Science Centre: Adapting to the Pandemic(16th November)

Speaker: Mr. Addison Goh

Content: The speaker shared about how Science Centre has adapted their workplace training during the pandemic, taking up inspirations from educating the next generation and setting the right learning culture. Examples of adult learning quoted includes training for staff and volunteers and new initiative to equip tour guides with virtual tour-guiding.

Topic:Going Beyond Blended Learning (26th October)

Speaker: Mr. JC Sekar

Content: The facilitator shared about how to go beyond the the typical blended understanding as mixed-channel of learning delivery, but rather contextualizing learning within work environment and daily responsibilities. He also shared about the role of neuroscience understanding in enabling effective adult learning.

[No recording will be made available]

Topic: Training Young(er) Adults - What You Need To Know (20th October)

Speaker: Ms. Cheryl Lee

Content: The facilitator shared some tips and tricks about enabling learning for young(er) adult. She shared her own experience in creating learning sessions: what excites the target audience, what they values and utilizing the right lingo for the crowd.