|Event Date/Time: Mar 28, 2006||End Date/Time: Mar 28, 2006|
|Early Registration Date: Mar 03, 2006|
What should you ask for?
Should you go through a tender process?
How do you know if you will get real value for money?
For many reasons it is often better to commission e-learning content from a third party supplier. You can enforce contract terms and so much of the worry passes to them. But you may still wonder whether you will get something that they say you need instead of what you actually want to the briefing is all important. But what should you include in the RFI (Request for Information) or the RFP (Request for Proposal)? What should you ask for and what should you assume they will supply anyway? Should you go through a tender process? Should you demand a sample or a mock up? And how do you know if you will get real value for money? These are just some of the burning questions when it comes to commissioning e-learning - and you think the worry passes to them!
This one day seminar workshop will prepare you for this arduous task by looking at some best practice examples during the morning and working on the definitive RFP in the afternoon workshop. There will be ample opportunity for questions, discussion and networking.