WHERE: Christie Conference Centre, 320 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
The e-learning agenda that commenced as a trickle some twenty years ago has now become a common approach in a wide range of education, business and community settings.
Technology has enabled higher quality applications but the real challenge for organisations and managers remains the effective integration of e-learning into broader capability and workforce development strategies.
assess e-learning today
highlight current applications in compliance (e.g. WH&S), induction, people management (e.g. bullying and harassment, performance management) or specialist/technical training (e.g. project management)
identify potential benefits with Gen Y employees and others
discuss how to maximise the benefits in terms of accessibility, quality and costs?
consider how to use e-learning to complement and support key organisational and learning strategies
Who should attend:
- HR and OD professionals integrating e-learning within their workforce development strategies
- Learning and development people at different stages of the e-learning journey
- Line managers and executives keen to explore new options to improve access to training and effective workplace learning