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Presented by: The eLearning Playground The Australian Government Online Learning Toolkit Real world case studies from across the public sector One-day interactive forum and Two Post -Forum Workshops 19-20 June 2013, Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra, Australia $995 plus gst to attend the forum Australian Council of Trade Unions Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Department of Education and Early Childhood Development VIC CSIROThis interactive one day forum brings together real world casestudies from organizations who have navigated the challenges Department of Education andof developing a successful eLearning strategy within the publicsector. You will learn to: Communities NSWóó Get reluctant users interested and engaged with Civil Aviation Safety Authority eLearningóó Make your eLearning program accessible to a wide range eWorks of internal and external usersóó Take eLearning to next level with multimedia elements National VET E-learning Strategy and new technologies AIFAóó Integrate eLearning with face to face training and create a comprehensive blended learning strategyóó Build the business case for investment in eLearning and save money, time and resources Thursday, 20th June 2013 Post-forum Workshops Supported By: Workshop A: Developing your online learning strategy Facilitated by: Catherine Aboud, Manager, Cape Group Workshop B: 70:20:10 and the eLearning Solution Facilitated by: Sarah Phillips, E-learning Consultant, Victorian E-learning Coordinator, eWorks, Na- tional VET E-learning Strategy w w w. a r k g ro u p a u s t r a l i a . c o m . a u
The Australian Government Online Learning Toolkit Real world case studies from across the public sector Across the Australian public sector, more and more organisations are utilising eLearning as a key part of their organisational training and learning and development strategy. eLearning offers significant opportunities for the public sector to increase staff engagement and interest in learning and professional development, develop a more flexible approach to training delivery, and take advantage of innovative new learning technologies. A small number of public sector organisations have highly developed and successful eLearning programs, but the vast majority have yet to fully utilise the potential opportunities and benefits that eLearning offers. COLLABORATIVE FORUM Wednesday, 19 June 20138:30 Registration and refreshments 1:45 Let’s get mobile: making eLearning accessible on mobile devices9:00 Introduction and welcome óó Creating and formatting content for mobile devices óó Considering accessibility: tailoring content for slow connections and Gerry Marcus, Head of Learning Development and IT, AIFA small screens óó Mobile site or app? Choosing which will work for your eLearning system9:15 Introduction: A review of eLearning in the public sector óó Promoting remote and off site learning via mobile devices Connor O’Keefe, A/g Assistant Director, Department of Education, Connor O’Keefe, A/g Assistant Director, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Employment and Workplace Relations 2:30 Panel discussion:9:30 Enriching the eLearning experience: what’s new, what’s next? Building the business case for eLearning: time, cost and resources óó Integrating multimedia content into your eLearning system; video, óó Justifying investment in new technology and infrastructure for graphics, audio eLearning óó Understanding online game-based learning óó Getting support from senior management on eLearning initiatives – even during budget cuts óó Using external online learning systems: MOOCs and more óó Communicating the time and cost saving potential of eLearning training David Macara, Online Education Resource Officer, delivery Australian Council of Trade Unions Facilitated by: Gerry Marcus, Head of Learning Development and IT, AIFA10:15 eLearning for everybody: building user engagement Panellists: David Macara, Online Education Resource Officer, óó Promoting interest in and familiarity with eLearning amongst your users Australian Council of Trade Unions óó Ensuring your eLearning system is user friendly and accessible Sarah Phillips, E-learning Consultant, Victorian E-learning Coordinator, óó Blended learning: using eLearning in tandem with face to face training eWorks, National VET E-learning Strategy Sabreena Taylor, Professional Learning and Leadership Coordinator, Department of Education and Communities NSW Peter Maggs, Senior Project Office, Digital Learning Branch, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development VIC10:45 Morning refreshments and networking 3:15 Afternoon refreshments and networking11:15 eLearning in education – Getting reluctant users on board 3:45 eLearning at CSIRO: building engagement across the organisation Most education systems in Australia and overseas have faced the challenge of getting teachers to embrace the possibilities that technology óó The journey from compliance to a Technology Enabled Learning and eLearning affords. This session will look at the practical strategies Strategy education systems and individual schools have used to bring teachers on- óó Increasing engagement with change management methodology board and improve learning and teaching. It will focus on: Combining EA and SOA with BPM strategies óó Blending eLearning with face to face training methods óó Key drivers for eLearning use Rebecca Carter, Learning and Development Consultant; Jo Porter, óó What is the imperative? eLearning Manager, CSIRO óó The importance of low-hanging fruit & quick wins óó The critical role of planning and rigorous evaluation 4:30 Taking it home: What have we learned, where are we going? Peter Maggs, Senior Project Office, Digital Learning Branch, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development VIC Gerry Marcus, Head of Learning Development and IT, AIFA12:00 eLearning at the Civil Aviation Safety Authority: a case study 5:00 Wrap-up and end of collaborative forum Maria Fletcher, Section Head, Regulatory and Technical Training; Jacynta Harris, Team Leader, Learning Design and Development, CASA Safety Education Branch12:45 Networking lunch (Please let us know two weeks prior of any dietary requirements)
POST- FORUM workshopSThursday, 20 June 2013 A Developing your online learning strategyRegistration: 8.30 amWorkshop starts: 9.00 amWorkshop ends: 12.00 pmFacilitated by: Catherine Aboud, Manager, Cape GroupAbout the workshop: About the workshop leader:Most organisations train their people and invest significant resources, effort Cathy brings 20 years of passion for, and experience in,and money to do so. Online learning solutions have the potential to consume organisational development across both private and public-sectora considerable amount of this budget. Despite this significant investment, few organisations - and in developing solutions on local, nationalorganisations develop an online learning strategy that aligns to the business and global levels. Cathy’s a listener who then asks insightfulobjectives. questions to really understand what makes her clients tick, and her hands-on partnering approach leads to solutions that truly fit herIn this workshop we will: client’s strategy, culture and challenges. She has consulted within• Provide insight into how to develop your own online learning industries such as government, professional services, property, strategy retail, transport, legal, and finance on solutions including elearning• Consider the technology implications solutions, learning strategy, change management, leadership• Identify how to get your online learning strategy up and running in development, competency development and technology. Cathy’s the organisation qualifications include a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management and a Graduate Certificate in Change ManagementCome along prepared to start developing the skeleton for your online learning (AGSM) and accreditation in Genos Emotional Intelligence, Teamstrategy. Management Systems and Myers Briggs Type Indicator. B 70:20:10 and the eLearning Solution You will learn:Registration: 12.30 pm • How 70:20:10 worksWorkshop starts: 1.00 pmWorkshop ends: 4.00 pm • TrainingFacilitated by: Sarah Phillips, E-learning Consultant, Victorian E-learning Coordinator, eWorks, • Options for e-learningNational VET E-learning Strategy • Mentoring and coachingAbout the workshop: • Personal learning networksAre you curious about the concept of 70:20:10? What is this model that is being so widely • The role of championsadopted? How does it apply to your business and how can you make it work? • Practical applicationSarah Phillips dissects the theory of 70:20:10, and looks at how to put the model into practice. • Motivation and EngagementDeveloping your workforce capability is critical to staying competitive and in the game. Youwill look at how technology can assist in this process and how to make the most of your • Building that innovative environmentworking environment so that Work=Learning=Engagement=Results. About your workshop leader: Sarah Phillips is an E-learning Consultant at eWorks, and also undertakes the roles of E-learning Coordinator (Victoria) for the National VET E-learning Strategy. Sarah has been working within the eLearning industry for over 6 years, and has experience working in a range of sectors including industry, private and community, TAFE’s and with some university groups.
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