Enterprise Learning Innovation Summit 2013 (ELI0313)

Venue: Swissotel Sydney

Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Event Date/Time: Mar 19, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT +10:00 hours) End Date/Time: Mar 21, 2013 / 5:30 pm - (GMT +10:00 hours)
Registration Date: Mar 18, 2013 Time: 17:30:00(GMT +10:00 hours)
Early Registration Date: Feb 08, 2013 Time: 17:30:00(GMT +10:00 hours)
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 Translating Learning to Business Value: Flexible Strategies to Integrate New Learning Innovations and Strategies within an Enterprise Performance Framework

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the inaugural Enterprise Learning Innovation Summit 2013 – the premier information, professional development and networking platform for senior Learning and Development professionals in Australia and New Zealand.

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• Preparing for the next generation of mobile and self-service learning
• The rise of enterprise learning and the disruptive innovations that will change Learning and Development
• Developing on-demand learning solutions for a geographically and demographically diverse workforce
• Embedding evaluation to demonstrate business impact and ROI


Brigadier Peter Gates Director-General Education, Training and Development
Australian Defence Force

Jean Clendinning Organisational Development Executive, People Team
Parsons Brinckerhoff

Amor Espiritu General Manager, Human Resources
Rabobank Australia and New Zealand

Raelee Hobson Executive Manager, Organisational Capability and Change, Human Resources

Vanessa North Director Shared Services, Learning and Development
Australian Taxation Office

Rob Wilkins Head of Learning and Development
Aussie Home Loans

Carolyn Taylor Manager, Global Learning Solutions

Mark Goold Virtual Learning Consultant, Talent and Capability, NAB Academy
National Australia Bank (NAB)

Dr Laurel Dyson Senior Lecturer, Information Technology
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
The Australian and New Zealand Mobile Learning Group (anzMLearn)

Dr Keith Trigwell Professor of Higher Education, Institute for Teaching
and Learning
The University of Sydney

Alison Bickford Director
Connect Thinking

Adrian Stevens Director Learning and Development
Hewlett Packard Australia

Julie Catanach Executive Manager, Learning

Darryl McConochie National Training Manager, Toyota Institute of Australia

Chip Graf Head of Learning and Development Australia and New Zealand
Fujitsu Australia

Tina Osman Head of Learning
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Event Supporters and Media Partners include:
Adult Learning Australia

eLearning Network of Australasia

eLearning Industry Association of Victoria

Institute for Learning Practitioners

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The Learning and Development (L&D) business model itself is undergoing a major transformation with many organisations now realising the benefits and efficiencies of mobile, cloud based systems and self-service modes of delivery. Innovative first movers are enjoying improved learning outcomes as well as performance visibility and faster and more efficient delivery of organisational capability. As the waves of generational and technological change continue, it is important that L&D professionals position themselves ahead of the curve. Building upon the outstanding success of the Blended Learning conference series, this new event provides delegates with practical and innovative approaches to engaging with their workforce using accessible and flexible interactive learning opportunities.

Delegates will learn the valuable tools needed to continue improving organisational L&D by measuring whether resources are being used efficiently, if intended objectives have been met and assessing the return on L&D investment. This event will appeal to Senior Executives, relevant line Managers and practitioners in the field who wish to be armed with practical strategies for designing a broad program of Learning and Development initiatives that add value to their organisation. Strategies for seizing opportunities, overcoming challenges in development and finding the appropriate blend of interventions will be shared, as will the crucial role of evaluation in engaging key internal stakeholders to garner support for sustainable improvements that the Learning and Development function adds to an organisation.

Contact Liquid Learning to request more information or book your place, by email: marketing@liquidlearning.com.au, Phone: +61 2 9437 1311, or visit our website: www.liquidlearning.com.au


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New South Wales