About

Gender

Male


Location

London


Birthday:

May 7


Age:

64


Job role

Technical Training Architect


Organisation

FireEye


Geographical location

Europe


About me:

I am passionate about improving the Commercial Learning and Development field with my 25 years’ experience in L&D and 40 years in IT. I still thrive on creating new and effective learning strategies and technologies. My extensive experience and contributions to the L&D field have placed me as an acknowledged leader and pioneer in transformational organisational and personal development. I am skilled as a learning architect developing new strategies and technologies that successfully integrate into business workflows. Throughout my career, I have supported diverse industries and fields like Cybersecurity, Sales, Pharmaceutical, Petrochemical, Professional Services, Fin Tech, Product, Technology and Compliance. I am always interested in making new business contacts and can be reached at neil@neillasher.com. Special Skills in: ★ Learning Consultant ★ Technical Authoring ★ Customer Support ★ Project Management ★ Content Creation ★ Technical Training ★ Threat Assessment Management ★ Competitive Analysis ★ Course Design ★ Training Program Development ★ Technical Content Design ★ Facilitation ★ Team Leader ★ Training Needs Assessment ★ Experiential Events ★ Agile Methods Technical Expertise in: Software Tools: Unix, Linux, Proxmox, Chef, Pfsense, Git, XML, HTML, Javascript, CSS, SQL, MadCap Flare, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft O365, FireEye Technologies e-Learning: Lectora, Articulate, Storyline, Captivate, Toolbook, xAPI, SCORM


Twitter account

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Kevin Stall replied to Neil Lasher's discussion What software works for you? in eLearning Developers forum
"I've been doing development since 1986, started with Plato system MicroTutor, then moved to Authorware until 2000. Used a bespoke system in Australia and since 2003 have used nothing but Flash. Occasionally use Captivate but only inside Flash though…"
Jul 16, 2009
Guy Mitson replied to Neil Lasher's discussion What software works for you? in eLearning Developers forum
"We use Seminar by Information Transfer to build our modules, it does pretty much everything that we need it to.
I build graphics in Photoshop, and have entertained the idea of using Flash, but will soon purchase Articulate Engage to add a bit more…"
Jun 17, 2009
Jim Potts replied to Neil Lasher's discussion What software works for you? in eLearning Developers forum
"Thanks for the comprehensive response, I agree that we should have a chat in the margins next week... :)"
Jun 5, 2009
Neil Lasher replied to Neil Lasher's discussion What software works for you? in eLearning Developers forum
"Jim,

Certainly no hijack!

I am trying to take my hat off here. So before I am accused I want to be straight up front as my company supplies SEVEN different authoring tools to clients. Lectora, Toolbook, Epiplex, Invoare, Raptivity, SwishMax and…"
Jun 5, 2009
Jim Potts replied to Neil Lasher's discussion What software works for you? in eLearning Developers forum
"Neil

I hope I'm not hijacking your worthwhile question but I'm a bit stumped. I work for the MOD in the UK Defence Academy and manage a high-end, bespoke, mandated, high-stakes series of courses (156 lessons over >100 hours of e-learning) which is…"
Jun 4, 2009
Neil Lasher posted a discussion in eLearning Developers forum
So many tools to choose from, I thought it would be a good forum to post your loves and hates for all to see.Plus I am sure help is always at hand from other users.Neil
Jun 4, 2009
Neil Lasher left a comment on Assessment
"Another term...

How about 'Payoffs'"
May 28, 2009
Neil Lasher left a comment on Assessment
"Ah! Now you hit my button Ken...

Objectives? No surely those are yours, the corporate, the designer, the trainer... You have objectives to ensure that the learner leaves with an understanding of the subject.....

We must consider Learning Outcomes…"
May 28, 2009
Neil Lasher left a comment on Assessment
"I would like to get into this mix...

Running instructional design courses and speaking to many seeking the holy grail in assessment I find one very interesting common occurrence. Now I don't suggest for a minute that everyone falls into this, but…"
May 27, 2009
Neil Lasher left a comment on Social Learning Group
"I was very interested by the Deloitte’s 2009 Ethics & Workplace Survey just released. http://tinyurl.com/q38gq9

This says, 60 percent of business executives believe they have a right to know how employees portray themselves and their organizations…"
May 27, 2009
Neil Lasher left a comment on Content creation within organisations
"I speak to many people during the week on the subject of creating content within the confines of organisation rules and regulations set down often by those in branding or IT. Everyone has at least 2 or 3 great ideas on this subject. Why not post…"
May 27, 2009
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