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Learning Materials Guidelines and Templates
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To ensure ARMA International education courses are valuable learning experiences. We encourage minimal use of PowerPoint slides and support interactivity with the participants.

If you should use PowerPoint (PPT), these guidelines and examples will help ensure the readability of your presentation, as well as provide a uniform visual identity for all ARMA International education programs.

Please review the Visual Presentation Guidelines before creating your materials.

Below are your PPT templates. Please download and save to your computer:

  • ARMA International Conference Education PPT template (Coming in May!)
  • ARMA International Rapid Fire Session PPT template (Coming in May!)

Job Aids and Handouts

Participants expect facilitators to provide useful, well-prepared handouts. Even with exceptional content, seasoned facilitators can get negative evaluations due to poorly designed or unreadable handouts, or handouts that do not match the education program.

Job aids help participants by providing quick access to information or directions after attending the training. A job aid can be consulted quickly, as needed, and provide concise information that helps the user complete a task correctly or make an informed decision.

Please review the Job Aid Guidelines before creating your materials.

Below are your job aid templates. Please download and save to your computer:

How to Submit Your Learning Materials

All presentation files must be uploaded to the ARMA International website through your My Ready Room (available in June) online rather than submitting them via e-mail, CD-ROM, or USB drive.

If you need assistance in creating an engaging PPT presentation, please contact Cassandra Sorah