As we continue to evolve our organisations and adapt to the new world of work, we are seeing an acceleration in the evolution of new learning technologies and frameworks available to build workforce capability.
In this environment, blended learning remains the primary means of delivering training in most organisations. The challenge for L&D professionals lies in perpetually adapting these approaches to suit changing workforce needs, whilst cutting cost and enhancing learner engagement.
Furthermore, gaining insight into future trends and solutions is imperative to cater for the workforce of the future and stay ahead of the game.
Presenters for this event include:
- 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
- As well as 12 more industry leaders
This interactive, insightful event will provide delegates with advanced strategies and solutions, as well as opportunities to engage, network and share their experiences with leaders and experts across multiple sectors and industries.
The practical tips, tools and cost-saving strategies will give L&D professionals the knowledge and wisdom to increase employee performance and achieve maximum ROI for their organisation.
Further information and registration to reserve places for L&D teams at this premier event is available to download: Blended Learning Conference Sydney.