28 October, 2014
Aurion Learning’s, Masterclass; E-Learning Made Easy series, visited Dublin, Belfast and Edinburgh throughout September and October with HR, Learning and Development and digital professionals from over 150 organisations attending the free events.
Expertise, advice and tips were on offer that enabled attendees get a better insight into what’s happening in digital learning and how it can help improve performance throughout their organisations.
Run by digital learning experts; Aurion Learning, the half-day sessions also included presentations from client organisations who have ‘walked the talk’ of digital learning. Representatives from Food Safety Authority Ireland, Family Planning Association, Border Lives, Action for Children and Scottish Bakers, who presented at all 3 masterclass events shared their experiences and lessons learnt along the way.
Delegate Helen Bowman from Business in the Community said: “I found the session full of information, the presentations were fantastic and there was plenty of time for people to ask questions. It was also great for networking, meeting new and familiar faces and learning from the experts as well as each other.”
Dr. Maureen Murphy, Managing Director at Aurion Learning said: “It’s been great to see so many organisations come together and hear how other organisations have introduced digital learning as well as learn new ways of doing things that will help improve quality, enhance performance, standardise training, cut delivery costs and make it easier for learners to participate in learning and development.”
“Feedback from our masterclass series has been extremely positive and our team are already underway to play a new series of events that will take place throughout Ireland and the UK in 2015.”
Resources and presentations from the masterclass series are available to view and download at www.aurionlearning.com/masterclass
Pictured L-R: Sharon Willias, FSAI, Dr. Maureen Murphy, Gavin Woods, Mairin Murray, Aurion Learning and Alan Clarke, Scottish Bakers.
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