We're excited to announce that the Learn@Work Expo and Workplace Learning Conference have launched a FREE Mini series, with 3 weekly webinars presented global workplace learning experts, including Laura Overton, Andrew Seyderhelm, Anya Anderson and Clark Aldrich.

Week 1 | Tuesday 25th August | 10.00AM AEST

L&D hacks to help you emerge stronger from disruption

Laura Overton
Author: Facilitator: Researcher
United Kingdom

The first year of a new decade started with high hopes and big plans for today's learning practitioners. Just a few months into 2020, those plans have been disrupted beyond our wildest imagination as we face the immediate reality of learning in the new workplace.

So what lessons are we learning from the experience that will make us stronger to shape the future?

What new L&D hacks are emerging that we can borrow, steal and exploit today that will establish a strong base for creating value in the future?

This interactive discussion with our Workplace Learning Stream Keynote speaker, Laura Overton, will draw on conversations and experiments from around the globe. She will be blending the latest evidence informed thinking with the reality of today’s workplace to uncover simple tricks that make a difference.

Week 2 | Tuesday 1st September | 10.00AM AEST

Moving from knowledge acquisition to behaviour change

Anya Anderson
Co Founder & CEO

Kelly Hopkins
Learning & Development Manager

Jane Calleja
National Training Manager

In this session Anya will take you through the benefits of incorporating practise and coaching into your learning design. We’ll explore the current shortfalls in elearning when it comes to best practice learning and explore what can be done to improve the experience and outcomes.

Learn how to:

  • Focus on outcomes that are important to your people and are aligned to your company strategy to create more value for your stakeholders.
  • Get insights and practical tips that you can use to design learning that can change behaviour and demonstrate value.
  • Understand why completion is not a good measure of training effectiveness and how to create Level 4 training on the Kirkpatrick scale

Hear from Weber Barbecues and Kathmandu about how they’ve improved their learning outcomes by focusing on behaviour change and active rather than passive learning.

Week 3 | Tuesday 8th September | 10.00AM AEST

From Computer Games and VR to Short Sims: Where is Learning by Doing Necessary, and what are the best approaches?

Andrew Seyderhelm
Serious Games & Simulation Strategist

Clark Aldrich
Managing Partner
Short Sims

If you want to introduce or expand your “learning to do” educational experiences, especially if your “learning-to-know” programs are not delivering the needed results, experts Clark Aldrich and Andrew Seyderhelm will help you understand your options and opportunities.
Discover where either high-end game like, VR, or AR approaches make sense, or simple, Short Sims are easy answers. Costs and time frames will also be considered.
Both bring extensive experience in implementation and so will be able to answer practical questions and present theoretical frameworks.

Join this session to:

  • Learn where to implement a complex simulation.
  • Learn where to implement simple “Short Sim” simulations.
  • Learn about next steps for both.
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