5 Things to Think About at the Work 2.0 Expo and Conference

By |October 19th, 2016|

This year’s Work 2.0 Expo and Conference is just around the corner with exciting opportunities to hear from learning and development leaders from major organisations from across Asia-Pacific. With an agenda that is chockers full of exciting seminars and keynotes, we want to make sure you’re up to speed by considering some trending topics that […]

Early Insights: How We Learn in the Modern Era

By |October 13th, 2016|

How may we teach people to learn, unlearn and relearn in order to cope better with the pace of change?
This was the key question that I posed a couple of weeks ago and I have been amazed by the level of interest and insight this question has generated. I ran a Think Tank on the […]

New Microsoft Office Suite Bundles & Courses – October 2016

By |October 13th, 2016|

Learning Seat is releasing a new Microsoft Office Suite of bundles and courses. The video-based courses have been created by Atomic Learning and are being launched on Thursday, October 13th.
The new suite cover much of the same content as the old Microsoft Office Suite, which will be retied in late November.
The following is being released:

Excel 2010 Course Bundle:


Keeping Up with WorkSafe Health and Safety Month

By |October 12th, 2016|

Is your workplace promoting a safety culture for all of your workers? Are there strategies in your workplace to ensure that your workers know how to reduce and respond to risks?¬†2016 marks 24 years of WorkSafe Health and Safety Month, and workplaces across Australia are striving ever harder to reach excellent safety standards and awareness […]

Learning Leadership Executive Forum & Think Tank Workshop

By |October 11th, 2016|

Technology and knowledge are rapidly changing, making it harder for people to keep up. Within corporate organisations, learning functions are grappling with the challenge of ensuring that staff are receiving learning that is meaningful and impactful whilst dealing with change.
One critical failing of L&D is that majority of learning is still developed with methodologies of […]

Lessons Learned in First Prosecution for Failure to Undertake Safety Consultation

By |October 11th, 2016|

The South Australian Industrial Relations Court has convicted and fined a duty holder under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (SA) for its failure to consult, co-ordinate, and co-operate on matters of health and safety . This is the first instance of a successful prosecution of the consultation duty under the model Work Health […]

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