Providing trainees with the essential content you would like them to remember after the training is important. The participant’s guide is a workbook or packet provided to trainees, usually before the training starts, which contains relevant handouts, worksheets, activities and instructions, and information trainees will use as part of the training workshop. Your credibility as a trainer is often reflected by the quality and appearance of the participant’s guide.
This assignment is designed to help you prepare for your culminating project in this course, the training and development lesson due in Week 7. Following on the learning objectives assignment in week two, the curriculum design assignment in week three, and the training plan assignment in week five, you will now start to create your participant’s guide.
Based on what you have read about developing a participant guide in Chapter 9 of your textbook, create a participant guide for your final training and development lesson that you will present at the end of this course. This guide is complementary to your actual training presentation, so it should be creative and presented in a format that enhances learning and encourages the trainee to use this guide as a desk reference.
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Welcome to this course on Information and Data Security in the Context of a (very) Small Law Firm.
This course will introduce you to the four most important dimensions of information/data security in such contexts:
- The challenges of securing information/data for small firms which are—generally—under-resourced for such functions
- The various vulnerabilities common in such contexts
- The many threats which target those vulnerabilities
- And, finally, best practices in protecting one’s firm from such threats and shoring up vulnerabilities, all within the constraints of the small-firm context
As should be clear, these dimensions are closely linked, as are the four corresponding modules which comprise this course. By the end of this course, you will be able to adapt and implement information/data—hereafter, IT—security best practices to help keep your firm secure.
Before we begin, here are some IT security quotes you may—and perhaps should!—find both entertaining and terrifying in equal measure:
“The only truly secure system is one that is powered off, cast in a block of concrete and sealed in a lead-lined room with armed guards...
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