In recent years, information technology has revolutionised the learning experience, we can now take a more casual, and flexible approach to learning in the workplace.
E-Learning has a multitude of benefits such as: lowering costs; its mobile, you can access it via laptops, tablets and phones; there’s no travel involved and it can be tailored to suit you. By implementing this informal education framework, it puts development at the centre of an organisation. Creating a culture of learning within a business will result in more productivity, less churn, retention of existing talent, attracting top talent and, most importantly, ROI.
Clearly this is something we should not be ignoring, especially when e-Learning is fast becoming one of the most popular methods of learning. So what are the best practices for in-house learning? What are the benefits of workplace learning? How do you avoid the pitfalls and ensure a productive learning environment?
On the September 9, InsideHR series regular chair, Symposiums James Marsh, returns and will be joined by Lynda.com’s Laurie Burruss to discuss all this and more. During this webinar you will learn:
- Best practices for in-house learning.
- Understanding the key areas in developing a truly effective learning solution.
- Technological and cultural issues you may face.
- Types of learning models.
The webinar, lasting around sixty minutes, will feature discussions with Laurie Burruss, Education Innovation Advisor at Lynda.com, on how to successfully integrate learning into an everyday workplace practice. We also look in detail at two case studies to better understand the process of implementing, measuring and refining your workplace learning strategy.
Our expert panel:
- Laurie Burruss – Education Innovation Advisor at Lynda.com
- Bertie Tonks – International Talent and Organisation Development Specialist, The Collinson Group.
- Gavin Walsh – Learning and Development Consultant, Arvato
To register for the webinar, entirely free, simply click here.