Education Delivery Methods (and what that implies)
 

Day 1 – Wednesday 2nd Nov 2011
 

0900

Philip Bourne, CEdMA Europe Chairman

Coffee, Welcome and Introduction

0915

 

 

Mike Dowsey, CEdMA Europe

 

Introduction, “Hot Topics” and Market Barometer Update
Your input to the online survey has been collated and will be presented during this session. Along with feedback from the Market Barometer, this will 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

 

TBA

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.

1300  

Lunch

1400

 

Samantha Baker,
Steljes

Bring a richer learning experience to your clients wherever they are
Discover how interactive whiteboards and related technologies enable you to dramatically enhance the delivery of engaging, interactive, instructor-led courses either in room or collaborating across other offices or continents. There will be breakouts for group discussion.

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

1545  

Break

1345  

 

 

Eric Duneau,
Assima

IT software content development technology – the past, present and future
Learn about some of the 4 Generations of content development building and maintenance technologies – and receive a taste of a new approach which replace even today’s most advanced technology approach. This will be a followed by an interactive session discussing the benefits and pitfalls of taking a technology approach to IT software application training. Finally, we discuss how best to sell such solutions.

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

1800   

 

Close

1930

 

Reception

2000  

Dinner

 

Day 2 – Thursday 3rd Nov 2011
 

0900  

 

Glynn Jung,
Learning Leadership

Selling the “Right” Delivery Method
This session will cover all the current “cutting edge” delivery methods (not those five years out) and suggest how to excite customers. It will be not only highly interactive but also will include breakout sessions to get you thinking about your next steps.

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

1030

 

Break

1100

Richard Lane,
Autodesk

and

Graeme Phillips, Knowledge Point

The Value of Partnership
Autodesk have pursued the indirect delivery approach for many years, but have been looking to extend outsourcing to other areas. This session will look at what’s been achieved to realise the true value of partnership.

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

1230  

 

Lunch

1330

 

 

 


TBA

Education Delivery Methods Summary – Discussion and Breakouts
This session first discusses the many and varied ways we deliver training – ILT, VILT, via Partners through licensing our materials, direct to customers through T3 and licensing, asynchronous e-learning, and so on. Attendees will join breakout groups to 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.

1500

Philip Bourne, Chairman

Conference Summary PLUS Planning the Events for 2012

1600

 

Coffee and close

2 - 3 Nov 2011

The Marriott at Lingfield Park

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