28 February 2017, 28 February 2017
8:00am - 9:30am
New South Wales
Lander & Rogers, Level 19, 123 Pitt Street , Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Learning solutions for any organisation is a complex and complicated issue that HR and L&D professionals face everyday. As business needs, legislation and employees demand more learning and training, these professionals are faced with the enormous task of being able to deliver a solution that accomplishes their goals. As these demands continue to grow, more organisations must turn to elearning as a flexible and cost-effective solution.
So if you're new to the elearning journey, where do you start?
Join us on February 28 2017 for our free event, Learning Leadership: Elearning Forum, where industry leaders discuss key insights into compliance law and legislation, elearning solutions including strategy and implementation, as well a look into custom course development for those looking to develop courses in-house or with a preferred elearning vendor.
Seats are limited - register your attendance to this complimentary event.
Phil Tutty, Head of Product, New Markets and Innovation, Learning Seat
Phil has 15 years' experience in education and training. Phil has experience understanding the needs of clients creating custom elearning courses, having created elearning for top companies such as Ford Motors, Honda Australia, Harvey Norman and more.
Neil Napper, Partner, Lander & Rogers
Neil specialises in Workplace Relations & Safety for nearly 30 years. Neil was recognised in the 2016-2017 edition of Best Lawyers (Australia) for his expertise in Labour and Employment law.
Rohan Dyster, General Manager of Organisational Development & Learning, The Star Entertainment Group
Rohan has extensive experience in HR and L&D that's focused on strategy, leadership capability, change management and organisational improvement.
David Goldie, Owner, Director, Goldiemedia
David is an award-winning documentary writer, producer, director and narrator. David recently developed an elearning armed robbery safety training course for cash handlers, that utilises ex-armed robbers and actual victims as trainers.
Register your attendance below, look forward to seeing you at the Elearning Forum!
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