The 7th Annual National Blended Learning Conference 2015

Event Details

  • DateWed 18 March 2015
  • Time8:30 AM
  • VenuePark Royal Darling Harbour
  • Location150 Day St Sydney NSW 2000
  • TypeSeminar
  • Ticket$Price per person per person
  • Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
  • ContactLiquid Learning
    02 8239 9700
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The 7th Annual National Blended Learning Conference 2015 Park Royal Darling Harbour - 18 & 19 March 2015 View the online agenda here: http://bit.ly/1qsLHPw Liquid Learning is delighted to present The 7th Annual National Blended Learning Conference 2015, the premier meeting place for senior learning and development professionals. This event will provide the most interactive format yet and maintains the tradition of providing practical value through case studies from award winning L & D professionals and expert commentaries from leading practitioners. EXPLORE - Implementing high impact flexible learning programs for busy professionals - Ensuring the learning model is relevant to an organisation’s requirements and culture - Cutting-edge approaches to harness the power of mobile and social learning strategies - Measuring the business impacts of blended learning innovations FEATURED SPEAKERS - Dr Neville Higgins - Senior Training Solutions Architect - KBR Training Solutions - Professor James Kehoe - School of Psychology - University of New South Wales (UNSW) - Ray Joeh - National Learning Design Manager, Learning and Development - John Holland - Monique Potts - Project Director, ABC Digital Education - Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Andrew Deering - Head of Training and Competency - Origin Energy - Lieutenant Commander Prudence Hawkins-Griffith - Lead Project Officer - Royal Australian Navy - Julia Ashton-Sayers - Quality Assurance Manager - Australian Customs and Border Protection Service College Department of Immigration and Border Protection - Sean O’Toole - Director Learning and Development - Department of Family and Community Services NSW - Gerald Keating - Manager, eLearning / Non Government Training Program - Department of Family and Community Services NSW - Rob Wilkins - Head of Learning and Development - Aussie Home Loans - Jason Grieve - National Learning and Organisation Development Manager - Arthur J. Gallagher - Nicola Atkinson - Head of Knowledge - Ashurst Lawyers - Jo Maddock - Learning and Development Manager - Allianz Global Assistance - Dr Samantha Hornery - Manager, Educational Support - Learning Links - Dr Melanie Boursnell - Director, Education Implementation - Health Education and Training Institute NSW - Amanda Lizier - Learning and Development Specialist - Australian Institute of Company Directors - Shai Desai - Director, Capability Development and Consulting - Learning Plan - Wayne Mott - Organisational Development Manager, Products, Systems and Technology - Telstra ABOUT THE EVENT In many organisations, the question is no longer whether to utilise blended learning strategies, but rather a matter of how to best adapt the tools to ensure ongoing relevance to learners. Organisations are already investing heavily in flexible approaches to training and development as they recognise that offering flexible and engaging learning techniques ultimately enhances and supports the learning experience. This shift is symptomatic of Learning and Development needing to reposition itself in line with new ways of working. The benefits of delivering solutions that are increasingly relevant to employees are significant and provide benefits including improved learning outcomes as well as faster and more efficient delivery of education. As the waves of generational and technological change continue, it is important that learning and development professionals position themselves to not be left behind. Setting the highest benchmark for relevant content and quality speakers in the Learning and Development Sector. The 7th Annual National Blended Learning Conference 2015 will showcase a range of award-winning professionals, presenting inspiring case studies of instructional design solutions and the latest development in technology supported learning delivery. Delegates will experience a highly interactive event that offers the opportunity not only to listen, but also to interact and discuss new ideas,share common challenges and brainstorm solutions with thought leaders to drive learning and employee performance to the next level. Experienced leaders of large and influential organisations from the public and private sector will discuss the paradigm shifting impact of mobile technology and cloud based applications. Learn about new solutions to knowledge transfer, time and cost saving strategies to increase retention levels and cognitive performance to achieve a maximum Return on Investment for your department. Register now to reserve your place at this premier event! View the online agenda here: http://bit.ly/1qsLHPw For more information contact Liquid Learning on: P 02 8239 9700 F 02 8239 9777 E marketing@liquidlearning.com.au W www.liquidlearning.com.au