With a stellar cast of international speakers the LearnX E-Learning Training Conference will showcase the cutting edge tools and resources available in e-learning to more than 400 industry professionals.
This year that includes demonstrating how companies can use social media as a training tool. International renowned trainer, social media strategist and author of the new book Social Media for Trainer, Dr Jane Bozarth will in her keynote address offer an overview of social learning and take conference attendees on a tour of social media tools while offering real world ideas to help training professionals refine existing skills, develop new ones and remain vital and viable in the new world.
Now in its fifth year, the LearnX E-Learning and Training Conference on the 9th and 10th of June at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, is the premier e-learning conference in Australia with a jam packed two-day program. The focus is on presenting the best-practice in e-learning including presentations such as finding the X factor to achieve Xcellence, how to infuse learning into the culture of your organisation, aligning employee learning with your business strategies and much more. There will also be informative panel discussions with Learning Leaders.
Event organiser Rob Clarke said the speakers were leaders in their fields coming from Argentina, Canada, Germany, India, NZ, Singapore, the UK and USA along with the best of Australian talent. To view the complete conference program visit http://www.learnx.net/learnx/DownloadBrochure.html.
“With 60 learning executives who have advised and successfully dealt with training challenges that relate to a modern workforce presenting, attendees will learn what’s working, why and get practical ideas and strategies they can use for their learning team,” Rob said.
The Exhibition will present and demonstrate the latest innovations and technologies available.
Talented professionals working in the e-learning and training sector are also being urged not to miss the opportunity to be recognised through the LearnX E-Learning and Training Awards. Entries for the awards, which focus on recognising excellence in the industry, close in just over two weeks on Friday 2nd April 2010.
The winners will be announced at a special Awards Luncheon (on 10th June) during the Conference in front of the who’s who of the industry attending, including Learning Leaders from corporate, academia and public service sectors.
Rob said they felt the awards were especially important this year because they would acknowledge organisations, teams and individuals who had dedicated themselves to training, in what has been a tough year economically.
“As Australia gears back up from the economic downturn there are more Australians looking for training opportunities – particularly online – that give them an edge in a competitive market,” Mr Clarke said.
“In 2009, the Awards were hailed as the best in the South Pacific region and were celebrated by more than 400 Learning Leaders. The Awards have a hugely positive impact on the individuals, teams and organisations that enter,” he said.
Australian Red Cross Blood Service National Learning and Development Manager Les Lisz said they were delighted to receive the prestigious 2009 LearnX Award for Best Training Team. “To be recognised externally for our achievements was wonderful confirmation that we are applying industry best practice in how we partner with the business. It was a great motivator for the team and created much excitement within our organisation,” Mr Lisz said.
2009 winners can be viewed http://www.learnx.net/learnx/2009awardwinners.html.
The LearnX Awards include 50 categories recognising excellence in the areas of Best Talent, Best Practices, Best Services, Green Training, and for the first time this year Best use of Social Learning Tools.
Nominations are also being sought for Best in Class Technologies – you can nominate your preferred technology used in learning online at http://www.learnx.net/learnx/awards_nominate.html. Deadline for entries is 5pm on Friday 2 April 2010. All entries can be submitted on-line or you can download award forms via the website. To Download the Awards Brochure and for detailed information visit http://www.learnx.net/learnx/awards_nominate.html.
The LearnX Asia Pacific E-Learning & Training Solutions International Conference & Expo will be held at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre on the 9th and 10th of June 2010. For enquiries regarding the Awards, Conference & Expo please contact Rob Clarke firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1300 880 326 or visit www.learnx.net.