Our User Group Forums (UGFs) are designed to act as interactive networking events where L&D and HR managers can brainstorm and bounce ideas around about workplace and training and development issues.
At our recent UGFs in Melbourne and Adelaide, guests sat through a presentation from Dr Tom Mulholland on the concept of using Healthy Thinking, based on the belief that happy and motivated staff are central to the success of any business. Learning Seat recently signed with The Healthy Thinking Institute giving clients the opportunity to complete this course.
The UGF also showcased a demonstration of our Branching Scenario tool used for one of our client courses. This presentation was well-received. Participants found great value in learning about new tools and its benefits, as well as the experiences of other clients.
Also on the agenda was Learning Seat’s recent partnership with Onetest, Australia’s premium online employee assessment provider. This partnership allows us to deliver our new Personal Development assessments, geared to provide detailed insight into individual behavioural strengths and identify potential areas for development in the workplace.
Guests also had a chance to meet Cherie Curtis, Onetest’s Head of Psychology, as she touched on the employee assessment products available to Learning Seat clients.
In Adelaide, Learning Seat’s CEO, Tim Legge presented his 2011 presentation on ‘e-Learning: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow’.
Participants particularly enjoyed networking with other clients to obtain a better understanding of how others are using the Learning Seat LMS and courseware, and have requested that future UGFs provide a chance to share and learn from each others’ experiences!
Our Brisbane team will be hosting a User Group Forum on Tuesday 21 June. RSVP now if you haven’t already.
Our UGFs occur quarterly in Sydney and Melbourne and half yearly in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
If you would like to register your interest to attend the next forum in your city, have any feedback or suggestions on what you would like to see at our next forum, please email email@example.com.