Conference round up – ELN Members Showcase Summary

by | Jul 13, 2009 | Articles

Unique in the annual events programme from the e-Learning Network is the Members Showcase recently held on Friday 10th July 2009 in London. 

It’s the only event in the ELN calendar that allows those training providers who are members and sponsors of the ELN to promote their wares. Now some may view that as contrary to the spirit of the ELN, but judging by the fact that the event is always ‘sold out’ then clearly the rest of the membership don’t really object!

In real terms it clearly pays to listen to what the providers have to say because they are going to be shaping their product and service offerings based on what their clients are telling them and what they genuinely believe the overall market is looking for. After all it doesn’t make a great deal of sense for the provider community to put their energies into products & services where there is no interest or demand.

The leading providers forge very close working relationships with their clients. They do that based on a thorough understanding of the client’s needs, the culture and the target audience(s) so inevitably provider strategies should be driven by client needs and expectations.

A full summary of who presented and what was covered is available by downloading below, but the list included:

Owen Rose from Information Transfer presenting a case study on the Care Management Group using the Towards Maturity model, Carole Bower from Edvantage Group talked about Collaborative e-learning Development and Stuart Chadwick from Kineo provided a number of examples on the use of Rapid Learning.

 

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