Webinar: Project managing 70:20:10 blended learning programs
The design, development and delivery of 70:20:10 blended learning programs presents a unique mix of challenges. They often involve a complex mixture of digital technologies, change management and culture management.
We have a free webinar coming up on Friday 16th October 2015 titled Project managing 70:20:10 blended learning programs. This will be a repeat of the session scheduled on the 1st October, which is fully booked.
The webinar will explore:
the unique challenges that faced by 70:20:10 blended learning projects
common risks and stages in blended learning projects
the use of agile project methods in learning projects.
Friday 16th October 2015
Facilitated by: Robin Petterd & Cheryle Walker
Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm AEST (Melbourne time)
About the facilitators
Robin has a PhD in creative interactive digital media and has worked in that field since 1993, training people since 1995. He has been involved in all parts of the education sector, and established Sprout Labs in 2007. Since then he has worked with a wide range of clients including IP Australia, the University of Sydney, the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services, The University of Melbourne, Skills Tasmania, the Local Government Association of Tasmania and the Hobart City Council. He is a committee member of ElNet, the eLearning network of Australasia and the Hobart Community Manager for Learning Café.
Robin has a particular focus on employing the 70:20:10 learning model to maximise learning effectiveness in organisations, and takes a strategic approach with his clients to ensure the model is deployed successfully.
Cheryle is a Learning Consultant with a progressive and innovative approach. With a passion for digital channels and informal learning, she is constantly curious about learning cultures in organisations, and ways of measuring the value of learning for business outcomes.
Cheryle’s experience spans a range of large corporations in an array of industries from banking to manufacturing, franchising and fast food. She has been involved in a number of strategic programs to deploy the 70:20:10 learning model.
Please note that we don’t record these sessions as they are highly interactive, and participants like to share their own experiences in the discussion.