Events in September and October

by | Sep 16, 2008 | Articles

If you are looking to get under the skin of how learning technologies can really make a difference in the workplace then we would highly recommend that you try to get along to 2 events taking place in September and October:

Elearning Network – Thinking Sync-Live e-learning

26th September (HIgh Holborn in London)

This event is for anyone looking to make the most of live e-learning as part of their blend of delivery. Synchronous elearning takes many forms, from the use of everyday tools such as instant messaging and Skype, through to the use of virtual classrooms for small group sessions and webinars, and the increasing use of virtual worlds to provide immersive 3D experiences and simulation.

These events always promise practical advice and great networking opportunties.

Click here to find out more and to book a place

Royal Carribean Cruise Line Raid – Training that raises a company profile – 15th October

This unique forum, run by Informatology, allows all participants to dip into the experiences of each other and of the host organisation to boost the impact of their own use of learning technology.

As an added bonus – the RCCL are hosting this Raid onboard their newest most innovative ship “Independence of the Seas” docked at Southampton, the largest ever to be home-ported in Europe.
This promises to be one of the most distinctive and exciting venues you’ll ever attend a learning event!

Click here to find out more and to book a place

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