Leading a national Project to develop a skills based qualification and curriculum framework for adult entrepreneurs using blended learning. The curriculum is being developed through a co-creation business model across a partnership of 9 organizations from the college,voluntary and private sector
Size of organisation (employees)
Areas of professional interest
Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Human capital and talent management, Knowledge management, Learning management systems and methods, Mobile learning, Organisational learning, Performance support technologies and methods, Virtual classrooms, Social Media and learning
Comment Wall (1 comment)
You need to be a member of the Learning and Skills Group to add comments!
Glad you have joined! The LSG run brilliant webinars...usually two on the same day once a month. They usually have 60+ attendees and the great thing is they allow interactive chat so as well as the webinar, there is a great back channel going on at the same time. All webinars are recorded including the chat...so if you can't attend but still want to catch up you can.
You will also be able to 'see' the sessions that you were not able to attend at the LT conference. To access them, just click on the WebTV link at the top of the page.
I have sent an email off to Colin Steed and Don Taylor. As well as Chairing the Learning and Skills Group, Don is also the Chair of the Learning and Performance Institute and Colin is the CEO. The LPI used to be the Institute of IT Trainers but changed its name and its vision last year. They also accredit training providers so a good organisation for 157 Group to engage with and begin to explore how FE could get involved in the world of L&D.