Simply the best – tips from e-Learning award winners

by | Feb 22, 2008 | Articles

Simply the best – practical tips from this year’s award winners

On the 30th of January, the Towards Maturity Project together with the E-Learning awards brought together industry leaders and award winners to provide practical insights on how to:

  • How to make an impact on your business
  • Engaging learners
  • Measuring performance
  • Effective learning design and support
  • and more…..

If you were unable to make it, you can now access both audio and video versions of the presentations from:

  • Dr Geraldine Kenney-Wallace – Group director New Ventures, City and Guilds – Audio/Video
  • Malcolm Bland – Consultant for Care UK – Care UK and Thirdforce winners of return on investment awards Audio/Video
  • Alistair Lomax, CEO of  Uniaid – special mention for award for widespread adoption of e-learning Audio/Video

Coming soon:

  • David Chidley  and Michelle Russell – Training Managers – UK & Ireland , Royal Caribbean Cruise Line – winners of silver award for e-learning content
  • Nick Le Clere – CEO Making Change Happen – winners of the Most innovative application of learning technology Award

This article was originally created by the Work based e-learning project at e-skills UK and is reproduced with kind permission.

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