The events will help those responsible for elearning, training or learning and development in their organisations work in a more collaborative, cost effective and connected way. The new worxsmiths initiative from mylearningworx crowd sources independent skills and providers according to the unique requirements of organisations creating elearning.
The first event will be held in Bristol on 9 September 2014. Speakers include award winning instructional designer and eLearning Network Vice Chair, John Curran; founder of Little Man Project, Gill Chester and CEO of the new Performance Learning Group, Marco Faccini.
More dates around the UK will follow throughout the autumn. Topics covered will include:
- Instructional design
- Training needs analysis
- Content authoring using tools like Articulate, Adobe and Camtasia
- HTML5 and Flash
- Project management
- Implementation and consultancy
Martin Belton, mylearningworx managing director comments, ‘In order to create the best learning content, it helps to work with the best in the business. Our worxsmiths initiative launched last month with a great response from the freelance elearning community. These events will now bring the brightest talent in the country to help organisations design, develop and deliver any aspect of elearning that they need.’
The first free events are being held from 10am – 1pm on 9 September 2014 in Bristol and 10 September in London. Registration is now open online: http://blog.mylearningworx.com/
More information on the worxsmiths initiative can be found on the worxsmiths website: http://www.worxsmiths.com/
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