01 March, 2012
Part of the successful Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce Business Pillar series, the breakfast seminar will explorehow to deliver effective training with shrinking budgets.
The event takes place on 16 May 2012 from 0800 – 1000 in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Belfast.
Dr. Maureen Murphy, Managing Director of Aurion Learning will examine:
With over 20 years’ experience of working in education, technology and online learning, Dr. Murphy has a strong track record of transforming learning and development in client organisations, and contributing to significant cost savings in the design and delivery of effective training.
In the second presentation, Alan Sneddon, Learning Architect and Coach at ASC Limited will examine the need to embed coaching into the business culture and position coaching as an efficient and cost effective way to develop staff and deliver the business strategy.
In particular, Alan will focus on:
Alan specialises in delivering executive coaching and team development to a wide range of clients from aspiring executives, highly experienced senior managers, executive managers and main board Directors, in the public and private sector.
There will also be a quick fire question and answer session with our panel of experts.
To register your interest in this seminar, please visit the events section of theNorthern Ireland Chamber of Commerce website.
Remember the date:
Date: 16 May 2012
Venue: Radisson Blu, The Gasworks, Belfast
Speakers: Dr Murphy, Aurion Learning & Alan Sneddon, ASC Consulting
Cost: Free (to members of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce)
Non-Member Cost: £25.00 + VAT
About Aurion Learning
Aurion Learning develops award-winning online learning solutions that develop knowledge and skills for long term productivity improvement. Services include designing e-learning programmes; online learning portals; learning management systems; and online professional development tools. Aurion Learning also provides strategy and capability building services to help large and small organisations develop effective online learning strategies, and develop their own e-learning in-house.
Clients include: Action for Children; Queen’s University, Belfast; Roche Pharmaceuticals; the Police Service of Northern Ireland; Belfast City Council; NHS; Health Service Executive, Law Society of England and Wales; and the Northern Bank.