Valuable and Engaging eLearning: Creating an Offering for all your Members

A session at Associations Technology Congress 2013

Wednesday 3rd July, 2013

10:50am to 5:30pm (GMT)

Associations have the duty to lead in improving expertise and knowledge of those working in their sector, whether continuous professional development or training is legally required or not. An eLearning offering is a valuable to members – especially those who can’t attend training in-person, and provides a potential revenue stream to fund the association and development of new courses. It can bring costs down to members and expand expertise exponentially.

Hear vital experiences from associations and experts about:

  • How best to approach and manage the process of developing an eLearning portfolio
  • Defining the scope of a project
  • Suitable objectives for different types of associations, delegates and training/education required
  • What types of technology are involved and will work for your organisation and members
  • How to develop engaging courses
  • What makes a profitable eLearning offering

About the speakers

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Ian Jeal

Learning Centre Manager, British Psycological Society

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Robert Donelan

Head of Learning Services, Association of Accounting Technicians

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Jacqui Nelson

Director, Nelson Croom

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Chris Trimmer

Executive Director, International Association for the Study of Obesity

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Time 10:50am5:30pm GMT

Date Wed 3rd July 2013

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