Next Geneation Learning for Next Generation Employees
 

Day 1 – Wednesday 17th Apr 2013
 

0930

Mike Dowsey, CEdMA Europe

Welcome and Introduction

1000

 

 

Mike Dowsey

 

Introduction, “Hot Topics” and Market Barometer Update
Your input to the 12Q3 Barometer has been collated and will be presented during this session to highlight the key issues and market challenges that you face today. The aim is to aid your understanding of the other companies in the group and facilitate networking discussions during the course of the event.

1030  

Break

1100

 

Board Member

Hot Topics – Discussion and Breakouts
Attendees will decide which of the hot topics will be discussed and whether it will be by the whole group or in breakouts. Breakout groups (or the whole group) will discuss what works, what doesn’t work, hints, tips and best practice. Each group will record their findings and report back to the whole group. Findings will be published on the conference webpage.

This is a discussion session so please come prepared to contribute your views.

1230  

Lunch

1330

 

Spencer Cushing, IDC

Keynote: Next Generation Learning for Next Generation Employees”

This session will present information on the next generation of learners and the demographic, social and nature of work impact on how technical education will be delivered and consumed. Additionally, this presentation will describe how training organizations can demonstrate the value of training to their clients and what measures are important to assure the greatest impact of training on client organizations. Key presentation topics will include:

  • What will be different about future training consumption patterns?

  • What is the most effective way to learn a complex new technology?

  • What is the future of instructor led training?

  • Is hands-on learning still a key value proposition?  Or "flipping the classroom" the best approach for technical education?

  • What should the role of social learning be in technical education?

  • What approach can training organizations use to assure they are providing their clients with the right training content?

  • What does "success" in a training context look like? Are smile sheets, ROI or something else the key measure?

1500  

Break

1530 

 

All

Discussion: Next Generation Learning for Next Generation Employees”

Based on what we heard before the break, we’ll have break-out sessions to cover key points.

This is a discussion session so please come prepared to contribute your views.

1715  

 

Break

1730  

AGM and Annual Report

1800  

Close

1900

 

Reception

2000  

Dinner

 

Day 2 – Thursday 18th Apr 2013
 

0900  

 

Members

How to be Successful with Virtual Classroom/Labs

An update from Oracle, HP and IBM with questions from members.

This is a discussion session so please come prepared to contribute your views. 

1030

 

Break

1100

 

Saxon Coaching

Extreme Presentation Skills Workshop

Presenting: Art? Science?
Great Speakers - analysing their techniques.
Introduction to the Voice - developing vocal control.
The rules of attention - building the perfect presentation

1230  

 

Lunch

1315

 

Saxon Coaching

Extreme Presentation Skills Workshop (continued)

Vocal Colour - Breath. Tone. Diction
Group Work - creating a high impact opening
Group Presentations with Analysis & Feedback
Group Work - creating a high impact close
Group Presentations with Analysis & Feedback

1515

Mike Dowsey

Conference Summary

1530

 

Coffee and close

17-18 April 2013

The Marriott at Heathrow/Windsor

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