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eLearning events

The eLearning Superhuman program

 

A common question that people who are new to eLearning ask is, ‘What skills do I need to make great eLearning?’ Designing high-impact eLearning is a ‘Renaissance skill’. it takes a complex mixture of instructional design, visual communication design and media design.

Designing digital learning with the 70:20:10 learning model - online workshops

 

Workplaces are changing and L&D is struggling to keep up with new ways of working and the digital technologies that accompany them.

Webinar: How to implement an LMS

An interactive webinar about how to implement a learning management system.

Webinar - Developing a digital mindset for L&D

An interactive webinar that will help you develop a digital mindset to able to disrupt learning in your organisation.

Webinar – Designing 70:20:10 learning campaigns

A webinar about how to design a 70:20:10 learning campaign

Webinar: How to make your elearning more interactive

A webinar about designing interactive elearning to increase results

Webinar: Cultivating learning - How to design learning campaigns

 

Real behaviour change is hard to achieve. Every year, organisations waste money on learning that doesn’t get transferred into real behaviour change. Learning campaigns are an approach to skill development that takes marketing strategies and applies them to the learning program.

Webinar: Instructional design 101

When you get started with digital learning, technology is only one of the many challenges. What is even more difficult is creating a learning experience that engages your learners and transforms the performance of your organisation.

Webinar: The future of instructional design

The nature of work and learning is changing. The growth of the 70:20:10 learning model and the rapid uptake of virtual reality in learning are examples of these shifts. This webinar will explore what these shifts and changes mean for instructional designers.

Digital thinking for L&D: Online workshops

Digital technologies are disrupting the way we work. But it’s not the technologies that are causing the disruption, it’s what we do with them that’s creating change. It’s the thinking processes and mindsets around using technologies that hold the key.