New South Wales | Essential technical skills in the workplace

Date : 16 October 2014, 16 October 2014   Time : 7:00 AM to 8:45 AM (AEDT)   State : New South Wales

Venue : Level 19 Angel Place ,123 Pitt Street,Sydney,New South Wales 2000

Event Details

Did you know that we do more than compliance training?

Learning Seat invites you to this two-part event where you will learn more about our course library and also listen to a briefing on 'Essential technical skills in the workplace'.

Part One - What's new in the Learning Seat library?

Stephen Sutcliffe, State Manager NSW at Learning Seat, tells you more about our courses and the type of training solutions that are available. The Learning Seat course library contains over 300 courses covering both compliance and professional development topics.

Part Two - Essential Technical Skills in the Workplace

Nathan Koering, Global Channel Director at Atomic Learning, Inc. and Atomic Training, takes us through this presentation on:

  • Point of need training – what is it and why is it important?
  • Findings: how learning with and about Microsoft solutions has changed
  • Introduction to Office 2013
  • About Atomic Learning
 

Our speakers

Stephen Sutcliffe
Stephen Sutcliffe

Stephen Sutcliffe is the State Manager NSW at Learning Seat. Stephen has several years of experience working in sales and recruitment, and has been heading the Learning Seat team in NSW for the last 2 years.

Nathan Koering
Nathan Koering

Nathan Koering is the Global Channel Director at Atomic Learning, Inc. and Atomic Training. Nathan concentrates on corporate and education markets domestically and globally, including countries like Australia and the United Kingdom. Atomic Training partners with Learning Seat to deliver a cloud-based video training solution that drives technology literacy and learning.

Please RSVP by the 13th of October 2014. RSVPs are essential due to the limited availability of seats.

Light breakfast included.


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