15 October, 2014
Aurion Learning has announced that learning and development professionals from some of Scotland’s leading organisations, will be among the speakers at its forthcoming Masterclass: E-Learning Made Easy, which takes place on Thursday 23 October, 2014 at The MEWS, NASWUT in Edinburgh.
Chief Executive of Scottish Bakers, Alan Clarke, Programme Manager from Scottish Prison Service, Joe Sture and Learning and Development Consultant, Andy Napier from Action for Children will discuss the E-Learning journeys within their organisations and lessons learnt along the way.
The free-to-attend, half day masterclass will help Learning and Development Managers, Learning Consultants, Trainers and Facilitators who want a better insight into what's happening in digital learning get the most out of learning and development in their organisations.
Speaking about the announcement, Dr. Maureen Murphy, Managing Director at Aurion Learning said:
“Edinburgh is the last port of call in our extremely successful masterclass series this year and I really appreciate our client speakers taking time out of their busy schedules to speak to our registered attendees about their E-Learning experiences. Alan, Joe and Andy will collectively add an important and highly informed perspective to the masterclass.”
“The feedback from attendees at our previous masterclass events in Dublin and Belfast has been extremely positive and with just over a week to go until the final masterclass event takes place, I’d encourage those interested in finding out more about E-Learning or how they can develop it further in their organisation to sign up and save their seat.”