Blended Learning - Liquid Learning

Mar 17, 2017 - Anne le Blanc. General Manager, Learning and Development, Global Learning ... an innovative blended approach, this workshop will address key issues and essential tools to revamp the learning culture to one where continuous workplace .... largest virtual call centres in Australia, Medibank's workforce.
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The 9th Annual

Blended Learning Conference 2017

Maximising Learning Outcomes and Workplace Engagement via Innovative, Flexible and Targeted Approaches to Skill Development


Matthew Gray Head of Training and Checking QANTAS Airways Anne le Blanc General Manager, Learning and Development, Global Learning Telstra Allison Denny-Collins Assistant Secretary, Learning and Development Department of Immigration and Border Protection Col. Paddy Evans Distributed Learning, Headquarters 2nd Division Australian Army Melinda Bance Head of Capability and Professional Development Westpac Daniella Rocco Head of LearningBank Westpac Tim Youle Head of People & Culture AMP Marlene Tanner Head of Learning AbbVie Andres Jonmundsson Head of Learning and Development Fuji Xerox Australia Pty Ltd. Beth Hall Head of Group Learning Cotton On

Lorraine Farah Global Learning Leader, Relationship and Learning Delivery Executive IBM Associate Professor Philip Uys Director, Learning Technologies Charles Sturt University Graham Gubbels Head of Learning and Development Medibank Will Blott Chief People Officer DNW Group Melanie Boursnell Director, Management Development NSW Health Education and Training Institute Drew Moss Head of Learning and Organisational Development BDO Australia Leila Wearing Director, AccorHotels Academie and Talent Development AccorHotels Gareth George Organisational Development Manager Caltex Tricia Mawson Manager, Learning and Development NSW Ambulance Nicole Thompson Former Director, Learning and Organisational Development Fairfax Media Annabelle Larkham Head of Learning and Development Toll Holdings Ashley Spowart Founder and Director Spowart Consulting Michael Miitze Managing Director Michael Miitze Management Consulting

Pre-Conference Workshop 13 March 2017 Conference 14 & 15 March 2017 Post-Conference Workshop 16 & 17 March 2017 Primus Hotel Sydney Identifying and implementing costeffective blended learning models Developing blended programs for future workforce needs Utilising cutting-edge technologies and emerging learning frameworks Practical strategies for successful program execution and measuring impact and ROI


Book & Pay by 29 November 2016 to receive an additional Value Plus Discount!

Phone: +61 2 8239 9711 Booking Code - QS MEDIA PARTNERS

Pre-Conference Workshop

9.00 - 4.30 - 13 March 2017

Collaborative capabilities - Redesigning your blended program to achieve continuous workplace learning The pressure of achieving quality learning and proving ROI with a limited budget is a challenge faced by most. Targeted blended learning programs are crucial for aligning workforce capability with organisational goals. Sourcing and implementing methodologies and technologies that align with organisational context and engage learners is essential. However, research concludes that people only implement a fraction of their training, resulting in limited ROI and wasted potential. One key reason lies in the separation of company training programs with the job itself. In order to maximise impact and performance improvement, incorporating effective social and collaborative learning strategies is essential in creating engaging and quality learning experiences. Workplace surveys have shown that a range of social learning methods are deemed more effective than company training and eLearning. It benefits the learning process at the individual, team and organisational level and fosters self-directed learning. Utilising an innovative blended approach, this workshop will address key issues and essential tools to revamp the learning culture to one where continuous workplace learning is enhanced and integrated. Facilitated by a leading practitioner in blended learning and social/collaborative learning, Michelle will provide insights and skills from a rich career in developing and implementing complex and intricate L&D projects. She wi