Kirstie Donnelly, Director of Product Development at City & Guilds, and Stephen Walsh, Director of Kineo
Training at work has changed significantly recently. Learners and employers are under increasing time pressure. They want access to learning when they are need it, and expect an engaging and relevant learning experience. Anyone supporting learning and development knows this – whether it’s an internal training department, a training provider or a community college. Too often L&D departments have to work in isolation, but increasingly organisations are collaborating to provide a better, faster service that fits straitened budgets better.
Join Kirstie Donnelly and Stephen Walsh on this webinar as they explore a major new initiative providing a different new approach to vocational education. Working together, awarding body City & Guilds and Kineo have made it possible for employers, learners and deliverers to reach relevant learning and learning support that goes well beyond the traditional classroom course. Blending guidance, learning journeys and community tools as well as assessment and tutor and coaching support, the ‘City & Guilds Way’ allows L&D departments to reach a wide range of learning resources from a range of providers.
Kirstie Donnelly, Director of Product Development at City & Guilds
Kirstie joined City & Guilds December 2011 and is the Director of Product Development. Kirstie has worked at the forefront of the e-learning sector for over 20 years. Her previous role was with learndirect as Director of Products and Marketing, where she created the first large scale brand and online offer in the provision of adult learning. Kirstie also worked on the David Blunkett Task Force Group that established the Green paper: Learning Age. This paper set the policy agenda for a number of key Government Learning & Technology initiatives.
Stephen Walsh, Director of Kineo
Stephen is one of Kineo's co-founders and Directors. He has been in the learning and technology industry since 1995, working in the US, UK and internationally with a wide range of blue chip clients. He works with a wide variety of Kineo clients, ensuring we're developing practical and engaging ways to address their learning challenges. He also edits the Kineo website and newsletter, setting Kineo's tone of voice in learning and communications.
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