07 April, 2014
Aurion Learning has announced today they will participate at the NHS E-Learning Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting in Edinburgh later this month.
For more than 14 years, Aurion Learning has been providing expert digital learning solutions to the healthcare sector. Experts from the company will leverage this experience to share key insights and knowledge which contributes to the success stories of learning and development in healthcare organisations, including the Healthcare Executive Ireland and NHS Education for Scotland.
The event, which takes place on 24 April 2014 from 10.30am – 2.30pm at NHS Education for Scotland, Edinburgh, is open to all employees of the NHS and is organised and managed by the E-Learning Alliance. Aurion Learning will present “Digital Learning in Healthcare – success stories and lessons learnt.”
Looking ahead to the event, Gavin Woods, Business Development Manager at Aurion Learning said:
“With over a decade of experience in learning technologies, we are honoured to share information and knowledge about our E-Learning solutions as well as the insights we’ve gained from our trusted relationships with our healthcare clients to members of the Special Interest Group.
As this is the first opportunity we have had to participate at the SIG, I am tremendously excited. I hope our fresh insights, practices and expertise will benefit the members and contribute towards the development of their local E-Learning initiatives.”
For more information or to attend the Special Interest Group, visit the E-Learning Alliance website.
Tel: (028) 9064 3211 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About E-Learning Alliance Special Interest Groups
The Alliance manages and administers four SIG for members to share experiences and best practices; the Scottish Local Authority eLearning Special Interest Group, the NHS eLearning Special Interest Group, the HE/FE Special Interest Group, the Suppliers Special Interest Group and Community Learning & Development Special Interest Group.
These groups meet regularly and take advantage of this valuable time for sharing ideas and information, to learn from each other and explore ways of improving their eLearning offering to their staff, as well as benefiting from economies of scale.