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Next generation of e-learning: making corporate learning personal

The Learning and Skills Group has invited Brightwave’s Charles Gould and Alex Reeve to host an online event about their work in making learning more personal while also meeting the needs of organisations: ‘Next generation of e-learning: making corporate learning personal’.

“The convergence of digital technologies in life and work is undeniably impacting corporate learning. It is affecting expectations and possibilities. Learners want to take control of their own learning process so that it's relevant, flexible and targeted,” said Brightwave’s managing director, Charles Gould.

“Yet organisations need people to comply, perform and share in a corporate vision. So how can we make learning more personal while also meeting the needs of organisations? This is what we want to explore with the Learning and Skills Group members and we’ll be using some real-world examples from several large EU-based businesses to show how it’s possible.”

The event will cover meeting organisational needs while exploiting less formal learning, helping learners to forge their own path with the next generation of portals, enhancing learning using communications, social media and mobile technology, curating the right mix of learning content and connections that deliver business goals, and remixing old blends of learning with new media.

Brightwave’s Gould and Reeve will present examples from Bupa Health & Wellbeing, Heineken and Lloyds Banking Group: exploring how it’s possible to achieve learning outcomes that are both focused on personal needs and the needs of the wider organisation.

The webinar is taking place on Thursday 4 October, 10 am UK time and is free to attend. Joining instructions are available on the event website: Next generation of e-learning: making corporate learning personal.