EVENTS AT BLOOM

EVENTS, WORKSHOPS, WEBINARS, TRAINING AND NETWORKING FOR L&D PROFESSIONALS

Bloom provides training and networking events for L&D professionals and teams.  From eLearning and workshops to information about the latest innovations in learning and development.

Here you can also find information on industry events such as eLearnz.

The Team at Bloom constantly ask ourselves, “how can we add value to the L&D community?”  When we come up with new learning and development ideas, we share them with you. Please let us know if you are interested in a particular L&D workshop, webinar or networking event you would like us to run.

Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel
-Socrates

Aug
23
Thu
Monthly L&D professional development & mentoring with Rustica Lamb @ online
Aug 23 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Short notice professional development and mentoring for L&D elearning designers!

Kick off the new financial year with a goal to stay relevant and access the latest tools, trends and technology for a small time investment each month. Along with mentoring and development with one of the industries most experienced and award winning practitioners! At a great new years price!

Only 10 seats left for the year
First session 24 May

“The L&D landscape is changing rapidly and what L&D need to know and do today is changing in direct relation to that. We are moving into the world of personalisation, AR/VR/ and the possible demise of elearning itself. Why not leverage of the knowledge, research, travel, connections and relationships Bloom builds and stay ahead of the curve.”
Rustica Lamb, Founder, Bloom Learning Technologies

Who should attend?

If you are a team member at the Intermediate level with a passion for learning and a thirst for lifelong learning and staying relevant, this is for you.

The monthly group calls include :

  • Individual sharing of successes and challenges
  • Individual questions answered
  • Best practice learning methodology
  • The latest tools and technology from around the world
  • Ask an Expert in elearning, leadership (Eloise Tzimas) and organisational development (Lynlee Wilson – Organisational Psychologist) at any time of the month via New Zealand’s fastest growing LMS, Docebo

Bonuses include:

  • elearnz web summit ticket (August) worth $594
  • Talent Dynamics profile worth $250
  • A fun, in-person learning event in August

The mentoring content is therefore led by the group, with any themes and questions answered. Content will be provided in the context of these.

Your mentorship team:

Rustica Lamb – Lead mentor/elearning

Lynlee Wilson – Organisational development

Eloise Tzimas – Leadership

Book quickly. Rustica is only mentoring 12 people this year. 10 seats left

Contact us for monthly and invoicing options

Sep
4
Tue
Best Practice Storyboarding Workshop Auckland @ University of Otago House
Sep 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Professional Development for L&D elearning designers!

“Robust storyboarding reduces development time by at least 25%, improves Learning Designer productivity and reduces rework, stress, project management and stakeholder review time”.

Rustica Lamb, Founder, Bloom Learning Technologies

Have you ever designed elearning and heard the following:

Some people think, having an idea in your head and jumping straight to ‘fingers on the keyboard’ is quicker than thinking through a storyboard first. Rustica disagrees.

Storyboarding is one of the biggest opportunities to reduce time to roll out learning modules and a way to unleash your creativity, and at the same time, direct all stakeholders review in a productive and efficient manner. It is also one of the least used tools for rapid module design. Rapid prototyping is still a recommended technique, but after the storyboard is complete and agreed. Storyboards direct solid thinking time.

Over the past 12 months, Rustica and her team have been researching, trialing, and refining the storyboarding process for greatly reduced cost of elearning (think at least 30% less than industry standard). From powerpoint slides, to text heavy tables to film-like sketches, Bloom has trialed them all. Some didn’t have enough detail, others too much, many hard to read, and in all cases, a document that didn’t serve all stakeholders; reviewers, developers, voice over talent and graphics.

At the end of this 3.5-hour workshop you be able to design detailed story boards in around 10 hours.

You will learn:

· Different storyboard structures for different types of elearning (systems training vs. soft skills vs. compliance training etc)

· Understand best practice user experience techniques

· Samples of storyboards

· A best practice example and guest speaker from a large retail food chain

· Design instructions for development, SMEs, reviewers, line managers and voice talent

· Receive a storyboard template and start to create a storyboard

Testimonials from past Storyboarding workshops

“I found this extremely valuable as I am new to this type of role, it was great to learn from Rustica, but also the other attendees.”

“Excellent course, clear objectives which shows how important the objectives in our storyboard are.”

“I will be using the template to create a storyboard for developers to create our eLearning modules.”

“Go back to basics! These principles always work, but sometimes get lost in the forest/trees. Great work Rustica – fantastic content.”

“The steps provided will help me organize and plan my next steps better. I will be able to get to my end result faster because of this.”

“Very friendly environment – felt comfortable and safe to share.”

Book quickly. Limited to 12 people.

Please note:

1. Arrive no later than 8.45pm to set up.

2. Please bring an internet capable device which is capable of USB document transfer.

Our workshops are also available in-house, please enquire if you are interested in this option.

Facilitator Marion Littin

As an experienced primary school teacher, Marion has developed engaging, relevant, and purpose-built learning experiences for children in response to their identified learning needs in order to meet the requirements of the New Zealand Curriculum.

These are also the skills required to design high quality, effective learning for adults. Accurate assessment of a learner’s strengths and needs drives quality learning design. It may be formative – to establish the learner’s needs, or summative – to determine competency. She has designed assessments, and used norm-referenced industry tools. With any type of assessment, prompt and relevant feedback to the learner enables them to build competency.

Writing Better Assessment Questions Workshop @ Otago House
Sep 4 @ 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Writing Better Assessment Questions Workshop

4th September

1.30-5.00pm

 

About the course

Are your learners showing you what they’ve learned, or regurgitating content? Quality assessment involves moving beyond ‘seek and destroy’ comprehension questions and into tasks that require higher order thinking. Our workshop will show you how to link assessment to learning and develop tasks and quizzes that engage and stimulate your learners.

You will take a piece of your eLearning, develop a clear set of assessment criteria, then design tasks that push your learners to show deep understanding of the material.

 

Audience

This course is for learning designers at beginner or intermediate level who are looking for ways to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of their assessment tasks.

 

Outcome

By the end of this course, learners will be able to design tasks and write assessment questions that elicit responses to show deep understanding of content.

 

Please bring

  • An internet capable device with keyboard, laptops preferred
  • A piece of eLearning you are working on

 

Facilitator Marion Littin

Marion is an experienced educator with a tremendous breadth of experience working with learners of all ages. She has unique insight into the learning needs of the newest members of the workforce as she worked in Primary education for many years, specialising in digital learning.

Marion has developed engaging, relevant, and purpose-built learning experiences in schools in response to their identified learning needs in order to meet the requirements of the New Zealand Curriculum and is bringing this skill set into designing high quality, effective learning for adults. In her teaching career she designed a wide variety of assessments.

Sep
25
Tue
eLearnz Web Summit @ Vodafone HQ, Arena Room
Sep 25 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

eLearnz Web Summit – the Future of Learning

Tuesday, 25th September 2018

eLearnz 2018 is a virtual Web Summit, with an optional live day pass, that brings together the world’s top learning tech speakers. In a world where the rapid pace of technology change affects all industries, the way we learn and adapt to that change is fundamental to our successful future. Bloom Learning Technologies continually scans learning and development trends and technologies around the world to ensure you get the latest tech, tools and thought leaders at eLearnz to drive best practice L&D in New Zealand.

Virtual Web Summit

The virtual Web Summit consists of five international speakers throughout the day. You can watch as many as you like or register to watch all 5 and get one session free! Each session also allows for interactive Q&A. All sessions will be recorded so if you are unable to make it on the day please do register as the recording will be sent to all attendees.

Live Day Pass

The Web Summit live day is an opportunity for the NZ learning and development community to come together to watch the latest in digital learning trends and case studies. This will be held at Vodafone HQ where you will be immersed in big screens. There will be plenty of time for conversation and collaboration that will inspire and invigorate as well as lots of fun to be had, so don’t miss this exciting opportunity to get face to face with your peers and learn from these amazing speakers!


Master of Ceremonies

Cheryl Doig, Leadership Futurist 

Cheryl is a leadership futurist who sees exponential technologies as an opportunity to amplify our human characteristics. She loves challenging organisations to think differently in order to adapt to a rapidly changing and complex world. This world must consider equity, ethics and social impact as our preferred future.

In 2017 Cheryl was a finalist in the Westpac Women of Influence Awards, in the Innovation and Science category. She sees this recognition as an opportunity to continue influencing young women to grow as leaders and entrepreneurs.

Cheryl is currently a Board Chair of the NZ Brain Research Institute, establishment Board Chair of Haeta Community Campus and serves as a trustee for Limitless and Food for Thought Trusts. She is a member of the NZ Institute of Directors, Association of Professional Futurists and the World Future Society. She is currently curating a book on Collaboration and co-organising the Future of Learning conference, bringing cutting edge technology and education together, to consider how humanity and technology will interact in changing times.


Keynote Speaker Nigel Paine

Why learning then won’t be like learning now: welcome to the BIG DISRUPTION

We will look back on our so-called learning age with astonishment and amazement! How could most people put up with so little for so long? Imprecise, content focussed and tedious learning, forced into formal programmes, that are never repeated, with no measure of impact apart from ‘did you enjoy this?’ nonsense.

The big disruption will be around personalised learning, personalised for every single person but visible to the company as a dashboard that will reveal the pain points and progress across the organisation as a whole. So targeted, just enough and just when needed. This will be a complete transformation. And I will explain much, much more in the session.

Nigel headed up the BBC’s training and development operation, where he built one of the most successful learning and development operations in the UK. This included an award-winning leadership programme, state-of-the-art informal learning, e-learning and knowledge sharingm and one of the most outstanding and well-used intranets in the corporate sector. Nigel left the BBC in 2006 to start his own company, which focuses on leadership, creativity, innovation and e-learning. He works with companies in Europe, Brazil, Australia and the US.

Nigel is a Masie Learning Fellow and has written articles and whitepapers on subjects as diverse as ‘creativity in the workplaxce’, ‘building corporate heroes’ and ‘the future of e-learning’ as well as published several books.


Keynote Speaker Donald H Taylor, Chairman, The Learning and Performance Institute UK

2018 learning results and trends (2018 L&D Global Sentiment Survey)

Donald H Taylor is a recognised commentator and organiser in the fields of workplace learning and learning technologies.

Donald will be sharing the survey results from his annual L&D Global Sentiment Survey on what L&D professionals think will be hot in 2018, with results both globally and from the New Zealand sector. Attendees will receive a copy of the global report.

There are some interesting differences in NZ in trends compared to the rest of the world. Last year personalisation and adapative delivery topped the table, pushing collaborative and social learning into second place. Personalisation is hotter than ever thanks to the possibilities offered by algorithms and artificial intelligence. Microlearning was a hot topic for NZ but that does not mean it is well defined, understood or implemented. VR, AR and AI all featured highly. Are they mature enough to impact mainstream enterprise L&D in 2018?


Keynote Speaker Melissa Milloway, Senior Learning Experience Designer, Amazon

Melissa Milloway

Using xAPI in a VR project – Live case study, Scenes Around Seattle: an A-Frame Virtual Reality Experience Using xAPI

  • What is xAPI?
  • What is the xAPI Cohort and its benefits?
  • Moodboarding for inspiration
  • A-Frame Virtual Reality framework
  • Enabling VR scenes in A-Frame for xAPI
  • Let’s see it in action!

Melissa Milloway is a senior instructional designer at Amazon, where she specializes in designing and developing digital learning experiences. She was selected as a “30 Under 30” learning leader for Elliott Masie’s Learning 2014 conference and is also an avid tech blogger in the industry. She uses her expertise in digital learning to develop other instructional designers and learning professionals on best practices in the field.

Melisssa spoke at DevLearn 2017 and regularly speaks at a variety of events including in 2018 Learning Tech Day Belgium, PACT and Corporate Learning Analytics.


Keynote Speaker Robin Petterd, Director, Sprout Labs

Artificial intelligence – Changing the way L&D works

Artificial Intelligence is transforming our workplaces. Robotics, big data, and machine learning are starting to have a profound effect on how we work. There are predictions that 30% to 40% of all current jobs are going be automated in the future. In this session, we’ll explore what the impact of these technologies means for the skills L&D needs to be focusing on now and into the future and how AI can be used in L&D to transform the way we work. The session will include an overview of some of the current L&D tools and platforms that are using AI approaches.

Robin Petterd has a PhD in interactive creative media. He is the founder of Sprout Labs where he helps work organisations to transform how they learn. At the moment, Sprout Labs is working on a new AI based learning analytics platform. He is the host of the Learning While Working podcast and virtual conference and regularly runs webinars and other events.


Keynote Speaker Eyal Ronen, Chief Learning Evangelist, GamEffective

Gamified personalised micro learning based on learner KPIs – case study, Supercharge eLearning with Gamification and real-time feedback

Using gamification to drive microlearning engagement sounds like a good idea, but companies struggle to figure out where it fits in, asking, “What is gamified microlearning or microlearning engagement anyway?” In this session, we’ll describe the different use cases, explore why push microlearning is interesting, share tips and tricks, show what it looks like, and, most importantly, explain how microlearning can be adapted in real-time based on performance and knowledge.

Eyal Ronen, a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology, has been focusing on the world of employee growth for more than two decades. In recent years he has taken a path that investigates and reinforces the human-machine interface to ensure superior e-learning efficacy.

An award-winning professor, an international speaker, and a true Learning Evangelist, Eyal brings a practical approach even to the most academic topics.


Where is the event?

The virtual Web Summit is totally online. Each speaker will have a Zoom room accessed by invitation once you have registered.

eLearnz has partnered with Vodafone to bring you a state-of-the-art venue at their new premises in Smales Farm on the North Shore for the Live Day pass. Vodafone’s smart building offers the most technologically advanced environment workplace in the country, a true workplace of the future, and is wireless-enabled, voice and video aware and incorporates virtual reality. Enter into the stunning open air Atrium, which is 5 stories high, complete with cafe and you may not want to leave!


Also happening:

eLearnz eLab, 26th & 27th September 2018

Two day eLab, where you can come along and learn the latest technology tools in 6 hands-on mini workshops.


Register your spot for the Virtual Sessions or Book your Bean Bag for the Live Pass Day now!

Get ready to connect, inspire and be inspired!


Sponsorship and Digital Exhibition

To keep the registration cost down, we are offering corporate digital sponsorship. We only sponsor with the best, like minded organisations and we will only be taking one organisation per industry, so get in quick!

Contact: Nicki Turnbull
Phone: 09 363 2827
Email: elearnz@elearnz.co.nz

Please see leaflet for more info.


eLearnz Web Summit Ticket Pricing:

(as Web Summit is an international event, payment is in US dollars)

Virtual sessions – US $33 each

Buy 4 virtual sessions and get the 5th free – US $132 total

Full day live pass – US $400, includes lunch


Please note our cancellation policy:

  • For cancellations on or prior to July 31st, 100% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • For cancellations on or after August 1st but prior to August 31st, 50% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • For cancellations on or after September 1st, no refunds will be issued for cancellations. Substitutions are welcome though!

Sep
26
Wed
eLearnz eLab 2018 @ Cliftons
Sep 26 @ 8:30 am – Sep 27 @ 5:30 pm

eLearnz eLab 2018

Trends move so quickly in this digital age.  L&D Professionals must keep up-to-date and informed with the latest technology, trends and techniques or risk being left behind.  eLab’s hands-on workshops allow you to get out of the office and take time to play with new tech and learn low cost and free tools to help create engaging elearning.  eLab has been a runaway success over the last two years and we are looking forward to hosting it again this year.

The format

eLearnz eLab is 2 days of 6 hands-on mini workshops, with the focus on the latest in digital learning trends, technology and design.  You will work with thought leaders during these sessions where you will actively create digital learning.  You will go away with up-to-date training methods that you can put into practice immediately back at your organisation and pass along to your team.


 

Rustica Lamb MC

Master of Ceremonies

Rustica Lamb, Bloom Learning Technologies, Founder and Edupreneur

Rustica is a learning designer, edupreneur, facilitator and founder of Bloom Learning. She is also co-founder of the first New Zealand Green School.  She is one of NZ’s best known learning and development personalities, a trusted L&D advisor and a well respected leader in the industry.

Rustica has 25+ years experience as an L&D Manager, eLearning designer, senior instructional designer, capability advisor, SAP trainer, facilitator, project manager and mentor. She has worked internally and externally with a number of organisations, including: Westpac, ANZ, Ministry of Health, Contact Energy, Vodafone, Ministry of Justice, Mighty River Power, Telecom, Green Cross Health, Orion Health and Morgan & Banks. Rustica held the position of Vice President for the NZATD from 2012 to 2015, and was Practitioner of the Year in 2012.

Rustica travels the world searching for the best people, tools and technology and brings them to New Zealand so that we can all share in the latest trends that make our world and workplaces a better place to be.


 

Create an Animated Video with Vyond (formerly GoAnimate) 

Move your learners to action.  Increase engagement, retention, motivation and conversion using rich media made simply with Vyond.

In this session you will create a video easily with Vyond’s library of templates, sounds, props, and so much more. Learn how to engage your learners in a truly captivating way by using active storytelling, repurpose and customise your content, and improve learning outcomes with better, more visual communication.


 

Edit a Video using Filmora

Make professional looking videos to enhance presentations or eLearning with ease using Filmora. Specifically designed to simplify the editing process, Filmora enables users to create stunning video utilising filters, split screen, motion effects, green screen and more, quickly and easily.

In this hands-on session you will learn to use Filmora to create your own videos and explore its many features and options.


 

Create your own Augmented Reality experience with Zapworks

In just 2 hours you can join the technology revolution! Create your own Augmented Reality learning support experience using the Zapworks software and Zappar app.  It works with both PC and Mac, and on most modern iPhone and Android phones.

In general Zappar works on the following devices:

  • iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and up
  • iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini
  • Most Android devices running Android 2.3 and later

 

Create beautiful graphics using Canva

Canva is an online tool that enables anyone to create professional looking graphic design. With over 50,000 editable templates from web banners to newsletters and infographics it is possible to create, share and download content via a simple to use interface. Canva is also available as an app, so you can use it on the go.

In this practical session you will get started with Canva and learn to use its key features whilst creating content you can use immediately.


 

Learn Articulate Storyline

Articulate storyline is the industry’s favourite software for creating interactive courses and it’s always the most popular session of eLab.  It’s simple enough for beginners, yet powerful enough for experts. And it lets you create virtually any interaction you can imagine, in minutes.

This year Anthony Henderson is back as our Storyline facilitator extraordinaire with a new session topic which will be announced soon.  Stay tuned!


 

Take your Assessment Quizzes to the next level with Gamification

How can you turn boring multi choice testing into addictive games that fire up your learners’ competitive spirt and prevent test freak-outs?  Gamification will take your quizzes to the next level with an exciting suite of addictive games that will have your learners battling to be top of the leaderboard.

The impressive analytics enable you to monitor progress, knowledge retention and engagement to measure the effectiveness of your instruction.

During this session you will experience a selection of games, such as Match, Jump and more, then create your own!  Take the SCORM with you to instantly gamify your latest piece of eLearning.


 

Docebo – The LMS you will love to use.

In this session you’ll use award-winning and the world’s fastest growing LMS, Docebo, and its innovative application Coach & Share, to upload your learning pieces.  We will then vote on the overall best elearning!
– Register as a user
– Upload your learning pieces
– Rate other attendee’s learning pieces
– Share one piece of your favourite information on Coach and Share

Celebrate Success!

The most highly rated learning piece will win a Samsung VR headset.


 

Also happening

eLearnz Web Summit, 25th September

eLearnz 2018 is a virtual Web Summit that brings together the world’s top learning tech speakers with 5 international speakers throughout the day, you can register for all or some of the sessions.  There is also a live day pass where you can watch the speakers on the big screen and network with fellow L&D professionals.


eLearnz eLab Ticket Pricing

Full price: $995

Earlybird: $795 (available until 10th August 2018)


 

Please note our cancellation policy:

  • For cancellations on or prior to July 31st, 100% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • For cancellations on or after August 1st but prior to August 31st, 50% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • For cancellations on or after September 1st, no refunds will be issued for cancellations. Substitutions are welcome though!

 

Sep
27
Thu
Monthly L&D professional development & mentoring with Rustica Lamb @ online
Sep 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Short notice professional development and mentoring for L&D elearning designers!

Kick off the new financial year with a goal to stay relevant and access the latest tools, trends and technology for a small time investment each month. Along with mentoring and development with one of the industries most experienced and award winning practitioners! At a great new years price!

Only 10 seats left for the year
First session 24 May

“The L&D landscape is changing rapidly and what L&D need to know and do today is changing in direct relation to that. We are moving into the world of personalisation, AR/VR/ and the possible demise of elearning itself. Why not leverage of the knowledge, research, travel, connections and relationships Bloom builds and stay ahead of the curve.”
Rustica Lamb, Founder, Bloom Learning Technologies

Who should attend?

If you are a team member at the Intermediate level with a passion for learning and a thirst for lifelong learning and staying relevant, this is for you.

The monthly group calls include :

  • Individual sharing of successes and challenges
  • Individual questions answered
  • Best practice learning methodology
  • The latest tools and technology from around the world
  • Ask an Expert in elearning, leadership (Eloise Tzimas) and organisational development (Lynlee Wilson – Organisational Psychologist) at any time of the month via New Zealand’s fastest growing LMS, Docebo

Bonuses include:

  • elearnz web summit ticket (August) worth $594
  • Talent Dynamics profile worth $250
  • A fun, in-person learning event in August

The mentoring content is therefore led by the group, with any themes and questions answered. Content will be provided in the context of these.

Your mentorship team:

Rustica Lamb – Lead mentor/elearning

Lynlee Wilson – Organisational development

Eloise Tzimas – Leadership

Book quickly. Rustica is only mentoring 12 people this year. 10 seats left

Contact us for monthly and invoicing options

Sep
28
Fri
Docebo Users Group September 2018 @ University of Otago House
Sep 28 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

 

These sessions are great for current users to share and learn how to use Docebo better. But equally as good for those organisations considering a new LMS in the near future.

The agenda for our Docebo Users Group is:

  • Docebo Live on the latest roadmap and updates due this year
  • Update from Rick Swaleh, Docebo’s Channel Account Executive for New Zealand/Australia
  • Merlijn Knol, Bloom – How Gamification is Shaping eLearning
  • Marion LIttin Bloom – Certifications and retraining
  • Docebo Dashboard competition
  • Client case study TBA
  • Q&A Session – tips and tricks
  • Rustica Lamb, Bloom – Demo of Docebo’s new Mobile App

Each User Group is kept to a small group of around 30 people. They are rich in information with learnings you can take away and use immediately. Please ensure you register as soon as possible in order to book your seat!

Bloom is proud to be New Zealand’s Official Docebo Partner and Docebo’s No. 1 Partner in the world. We are the most experienced in Docebo sales, training and implementation with 25+ clients using Docebo.

Oct
9
Tue
Success with Storyline and Learning Design Workshop @ University of Otago House
Oct 9 @ 9:00 am – Oct 10 @ 5:00 pm

Success with Storyline and Learning Design Workshop

9 & 10 October, 9am-5pm

 

About the course

This is a highly interactive, two day workshop with an emphasis on developing engaging, user friendly, creative content using Storyline and incorporating best practice eLearning Instructional design.

After experimenting with some of the more common functions of Storyline, you will be challenged to work on some more complex exercises covering number variables, state changes and interdependent interactions. You will also learn how to implement a range of learning design techniques and edit content to ensure your eLearning is meaningful without overloading your slides.

Participants will be given resources to use immediately back at the workplace.

 

Audience

This course is designed for beginner to intermediate Storyline users. We will tailor the course to participants needs so when you register please let us know if you are a Beginner or Intermediate Storyline user. The workshop caters to all versions of Articulate Storyline.

 

Topics covered:

  • Basic functions of Storyline
  • Using number variables, state changes and interdependent interactions
  • Using different Learning design techniques in Storyline
  • Gamification

 

Outcome: Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to use Storyline efficiently and effectively to create engaging content.

 

Please bring

  • An internet capable device with keyboard, laptops preferred
  • Storyline software (either your own licence or download the free trial) or Storyline 360.
  • A piece of your own learning material to work on

Our workshops are also available in-house, please enquire if you are interested in this option.

 

Facilitator Anthony Henderson

As a part time author and advocate of great eLearning, Anthony Henderson brings 6 years of film and television industry experience to create truly blended learning solutions. “The duty of a post-production editor is to find your software’s key limitations in order to produce the ultimate outcome. Working with Storyline is no different.” Within 1 year of using Storyline, he has been able to create an array of engaging, gamified and blended learning solutions.

Anthony facilitated the Storyline workshop at eLearnz eLab last year. He was rated the best presenter, engaging and well prepared, working hands-on with the attendees and providing valuable resources to ensure everyone was able to complete their project. The feedback below is from the eLab attendees.

“I learnt some new tricks and it was great to see the quality of his work with BurgerFuel”

“This would have to be the best presentation. I really valued that Anthony provided us with a USB with a lot of files on it. This made it so easy when we went to create our Project. We had time to think about what we were learning, put it into practice and reflect on what we were learning/doing”

“Anthony is a passionate and experienced designer. Great preparation for the workshop. The usb stick of resources is fantastic. He really understood what a learner designer would need in Articulate. Great job!”

“I picked up some great design principles in the workshop. Anthony was a fantastic presenter and he explained things very clearly. His work examples were amazing and it was great to see other examples of what people are creating.”

Anthony will demonstrate how to get the most out of Storyline and share plenty of Learning Design tips to ensure you get great results in your organisation.

Oct
25
Thu
Monthly L&D professional development & mentoring with Rustica Lamb @ online
Oct 25 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Short notice professional development and mentoring for L&D elearning designers!

Kick off the new financial year with a goal to stay relevant and access the latest tools, trends and technology for a small time investment each month. Along with mentoring and development with one of the industries most experienced and award winning practitioners! At a great new years price!

Only 10 seats left for the year
First session 24 May

“The L&D landscape is changing rapidly and what L&D need to know and do today is changing in direct relation to that. We are moving into the world of personalisation, AR/VR/ and the possible demise of elearning itself. Why not leverage of the knowledge, research, travel, connections and relationships Bloom builds and stay ahead of the curve.”
Rustica Lamb, Founder, Bloom Learning Technologies

Who should attend?

If you are a team member at the Intermediate level with a passion for learning and a thirst for lifelong learning and staying relevant, this is for you.

The monthly group calls include :

  • Individual sharing of successes and challenges
  • Individual questions answered
  • Best practice learning methodology
  • The latest tools and technology from around the world
  • Ask an Expert in elearning, leadership (Eloise Tzimas) and organisational development (Lynlee Wilson – Organisational Psychologist) at any time of the month via New Zealand’s fastest growing LMS, Docebo

Bonuses include:

  • elearnz web summit ticket (August) worth $594
  • Talent Dynamics profile worth $250
  • A fun, in-person learning event in August

The mentoring content is therefore led by the group, with any themes and questions answered. Content will be provided in the context of these.

Your mentorship team:

Rustica Lamb – Lead mentor/elearning

Lynlee Wilson – Organisational development

Eloise Tzimas – Leadership

Book quickly. Rustica is only mentoring 12 people this year. 10 seats left

Contact us for monthly and invoicing options

Nov
22
Thu
Monthly L&D professional development & mentoring with Rustica Lamb @ online
Nov 22 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Short notice professional development and mentoring for L&D elearning designers!

Kick off the new financial year with a goal to stay relevant and access the latest tools, trends and technology for a small time investment each month. Along with mentoring and development with one of the industries most experienced and award winning practitioners! At a great new years price!

Only 10 seats left for the year
First session 24 May

“The L&D landscape is changing rapidly and what L&D need to know and do today is changing in direct relation to that. We are moving into the world of personalisation, AR/VR/ and the possible demise of elearning itself. Why not leverage of the knowledge, research, travel, connections and relationships Bloom builds and stay ahead of the curve.”
Rustica Lamb, Founder, Bloom Learning Technologies

Who should attend?

If you are a team member at the Intermediate level with a passion for learning and a thirst for lifelong learning and staying relevant, this is for you.

The monthly group calls include :

  • Individual sharing of successes and challenges
  • Individual questions answered
  • Best practice learning methodology
  • The latest tools and technology from around the world
  • Ask an Expert in elearning, leadership (Eloise Tzimas) and organisational development (Lynlee Wilson – Organisational Psychologist) at any time of the month via New Zealand’s fastest growing LMS, Docebo

Bonuses include:

  • elearnz web summit ticket (August) worth $594
  • Talent Dynamics profile worth $250
  • A fun, in-person learning event in August

The mentoring content is therefore led by the group, with any themes and questions answered. Content will be provided in the context of these.

Your mentorship team:

Rustica Lamb – Lead mentor/elearning

Lynlee Wilson – Organisational development

Eloise Tzimas – Leadership

Book quickly. Rustica is only mentoring 12 people this year. 10 seats left

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