20 September, 2012
Calling all learning and development managers, human resources managers, training, and compliance officers in Scotland. Aurion Learning, a leading provider of e-learning services across the UK, is set to host a FREE Masterclass in Learning Technologies in Edinburgh.
Masterclass in Learning Technologies: Delivering More for Less is a FREE half day event that brings together learning and development professionals from across Scotland to share best practice and experience of delivering training via e-learning, blended learning and mobile learning.
With guest speakers from Action for Children, Scottish Social Services Council and Scottish Public Services Ombudsman, and a number of practical workshops on the agenda, attendees will gain practical insights into how to manage and deliver training online.
Speaking about the event, Dr. Maureen Murphy, Managing Director of Aurion Learning said: “This event gives learning and development managers from across Scottish industry a rare opportunity to get together in one space to discuss the most effective ways to deliver technology enhanced learning, and learn more about the latest online learning tools and technologies.”
Masterclass in Learning Technologies: Delivering More for Less takes place on:
Time: 09.00 – 13.00
Date: Friday 16 November 2012
Venue: The Mews, (NASUWT) 35 Young Street, North Lane, Edinburgh.
To find out more and to register for this FREE event please visit our events page.
About Aurion Learning
Aurion Learning is an award winning online learning solutions provider. We help organisations deliver learning and development solutions including e-learning, learning portals, learning management systems (LMS) and continuing professional development (CPD) management tools. We also provide strategy and capability building services to help organisations develop focussed online learning strategies and to develop their own online learning in-house.
For more information about Aurion Learning, please contact: Megan Rogan, Press Office, Aurion Learning Tel: 028 9064 3211 firstname.lastname@example.org