Following the success of the practical how-to webinar series, Aurion Learning is pleased to announce the launch of a new learning and development, strategic selections webinar series.
The new webinar series will provide practical guides on learning platforms and learning content.
They will also provide useful tips and key insights that will support those who are uncovering and refining their L&D strategies to make key choices on the learning technology building blocks in a way that helps deliver ‘Learning that Works’.
Get the recordings now:
1. Strategic Selections Webinar: A practical guide on selecting and using learning platforms
Do you want a learning platform that is right for your organistaion?
Knowing where to start with a learning management system and learning platform can be overwhelming, with lots of choices and the fear of making an unwise investment.
During this practical session, we explore the different types of platforms options available, both proprietary and open-source. We also guide you through questions that will help you prioritise and communicate your requirements for a learning platform, and identify the type of system that might be right for you, all while focusing on outcomes and a future-proofed strategy rather than glossy sales pitches.
2. Strategic Selections Webinar: A practical guide on learning content
Want to develop online learning that aligns with your organisation’s objectives?
Deciding on how best to deliver your core content messages is key; knowing which options are the best fit for differing needs and delivering value for money always is paramount.
This practical session will guide you through the different types and models of digital and blended learning content options that are available. Whether you are looking to design yourself or acquire from a content partner, we will help you avoid some of the common pitfalls and identify your priority content requirements.
Lots of organisations are undergoing a digital transformation in how they engage with staff, clients and service users using learning technologies. With so many options, it can be hard to hear the practical advice and options above the sales pitches and what was earmarked as transformation soon becomes a digital frustration! I’d encourage those who are new to digital learning and those looking to refine their L&D strategies to grab their online seat and join us for these practical sessions and register now. Gavin Woods, Client Services Director