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
-Socrate
Feb
21
Tue
Cyber Chats with Lead Learners Webinar Series @ Online
Feb 21 @ 8:00 am – Oct 19 @ 9:00 am

Cyber Chats with Lead Learners Webinar Series

Join Bloom Learning and L&D professionals for networking with International Learning Leaders on webinar, 8am – 9am.

Please click the Cyber Chat heading to find out more and register.

Why Micro Learning is huge and how to be a part of it

Tues Feb 21st

Microlearning is learning from content accessed in short bursts, content which is relevant to the individuals and which is repeated over time to ensure retention and build conceptual understanding. By 2025 it is estimated that Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce. Considering their average attention span is 90 seconds, you can’t ignore microlearning!

Donald H Taylor will also be sharing the survey results from his L&D Global Sentiment Survey of what L&D professionals think will be hot in 2017. This year, we have a New Zealand sample and 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 microlearning was an emerging trend so it will be interesting to see what this latest trend is doing in 2017.

Retaining work based knowledge of the ageing workforce

Thu Apr 6th

Companies on average will see 36% of their workforce eligible to retire by 2020! Engaging and retaining our workforce is crucial if organisations are going to be able to maintain sufficient skill.

There have been a number of companies that have transformed their work environments to learning communities, with process education, knowledge sharing and document management woven into their cultural fabric.

Find out how your organisation can effectively transfer knowledge and focus on knowledge growth and retention.

eLearning beyond SCORM – xAPI

Thu Jun 15th

The Tin Can API (also known as xAPI) is a brand new specification for learning technology that makes it possible to collect data about the wide range of experiences a person has (online and offline). This API captures data in a consistent format about a person or group’s activities from many technologies. Very different systems are able to securely communicate by capturing and sharing this stream of activities using Tin Can’s simple vocabulary.

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Find out how your organisation can use xAPI for simple and flexible mobile learning, simulations, virtual worlds, serious games, real-world activities, experiential learning, social learning, offline learning, and collaborative learning.

Using Augmented and Virtual Reality in learning settings

Tue Sep 5th

Hear Tom Reidy, Head of the New Zealand AR/VR Association talk on how you can use Augmented and Virtual Reality in your learning settings.

The NZ VR/AR Association champions, supports and grows innovation within virtual and augmented reality in New Zealand.  Their goal is to build capability in education to ensure a strong digital talent pool in NZ.

Learning Trends 2017-2020

Thu Oct 19th

You need to keep ahead of emerging learning trends!  So come along to our final Cyber Chat and hear about the expected learning trends for the next three years.

Join Bloom Learning and L&D professionals for networking and discussion.

Mar
8
Wed
Tech Talks @ Auckland and Wellington
Mar 8 2017 @ 8:00 am – Sep 28 2018 @ 9:30 am
Tech Talks @ Auckland and Wellington

Tech Talks

 

 

Tech Talks follow on from our Cyber Chats with Lead Learners on the hot topics and trends for 2017.  Cyber Chats gives you the knowledge and understanding and Tech Talks follows up with successful Case Studies.  All speakers are leaders in their field, either globally or locally.  This allows us to see what leading edge design and development is happening in New Zealand.

Please click on the date to find out more and register.

Why Micro Learning is huge and how to be a part of it

Wed March 8th – Wellington

Thu March 9th – Auckland

  • What is micro learning?
  • What is its significance in today’s learning scenario?
  • And what are the possibilities this technique offers to make learning effective and powerful?

Last month we hosted the Chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute, Donald H Taylor on Microlearning, what it is and what it isn’t. He also shared the 2017 Global L&D Sentiment survey, trends in learning for 2017. Microlearning was 3rd overall and the number 1 trend in New Zealand. If you would like a copy of the web event and slide pack please email Nicki (nicki.turnbull@bloomtr.co.nz).

Microlearning is learning from content accessed in short bursts, content which is relevant to the individuals and which is repeated over time to ensure retention and build conceptual understanding. By 2025 it is estimated that Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce. Considering their average attention span is 90 seconds, you can’t ignore microlearning!

Your learners will love Microlearning as it consumes less of their time and is available exactly when they need it. Organisations love Microlearning because it’s cheaper to build, can be updated fairly easily and ensures better retention of the learning.

Join Bloom as we follow this up at our TechTalk, with showcases of who is using Microlearning in New Zealand, and how they are using it.

Join us for breakfast, networking and great speakers to inspire your own practice.

We look forward to seeing you at our first TechTalk of the year!

Retaining work based knowledge of the ageing workforce

Wed May 10th – Wellington

Thu May 11th – Auckland

Companies on average will see 36% of their workforce eligible to retire by 2020! Engaging and retaining our workforce is crucial if organisations are going to be able to maintain sufficient skill.

There have been a number of companies that have transformed their work environments to learning communities, with process education, knowledge sharing and document management woven into their cultural fabric.

Join Bloom as we follow up our April Cyber Chat on the ageing workforce with our TechTalk, showcasing who is retaining work based knowledge of the ageing workforce in New Zealand, and how they are doing it.

Find out how your organisation can effectively transfer knowledge and focus on knowledge growth and retention.

Join us for breakfast, networking and great speakers to inspire your own practice.

eLearning beyond SCORM – xAPI

Wed July 5th – Wellington

Thu Jul 6th – Auckland

The Tin Can API (also known as xAPI) is a brand new specification for learning technology that makes it possible to collect data about the wide range of experiences a person has (online and offline). This API captures data in a consistent format about a person or group’s activities from many technologies. Very different systems are able to securely communicate by capturing and sharing this stream of activities using Tin Can’s simple vocabulary.

Join Bloom as we follow up our June Cyber Chat on xAPI with our TechTalk, showcasing who is using xAPI in New Zealand, and how they are using it.

Find out how your organisation can use xAPI for simple and flexible mobile learning, simulations, virtual worlds, serious games, real-world activities, experiential learning, social learning, offline learning, and collaborative learning.

Join us for breakfast, networking and great speakers to inspire your own practice.

Using Augmented and Virtual Reality in learning settings

Wed Sep 27th – Wellington

Thu Sep 28th – Auckland

Earlier this month we will hear from Tom Reidy, Head of the New Zealand AR/VR Association talking on how you can use Augmented and Virtual Reality in your learning settings.

The NZ VR/AR Association champions, supports and grows innovation within virtual and augmented reality in New Zealand. Their goal is to build capability in education to ensure a strong digital talent pool in NZ.

Join Bloom as we follow up at our TechTalk, showcasing who is using Augmented and Virtual Reality in New Zealand, and how they are using it.

Join us for breakfast, networking and great speakers to inspire your own practice.

 

Apr
1
Sat
Mentoring for L&D Professional Development in 2017
Apr 1 @ 9:00 am – Sep 30 @ 5:00 pm

Get your L&D professional development sorted now for 2017

It’s not always easy to let L&D staff off for training sessions, and it can be expensive to attend.  So we’ve come up with a Professional Development offering that not only upskills practitioners over six months in Auckland or remotely but also is a great team building exercise.

  • Six monthly professional development sessions March to August
  • 2 hours per month, face to face – Auckland or remotely

Sessions

1. Getting your team into flow using Talent Dynamics

Find out what your natural strengths are and where your value lies.  Learn how to apply these at work, allowing you to feel more energised, more fulfilled in your role and to have more fun.  When you are working in flow, obstacles disappear, your performance improves, you create more value and you become more trusted.

Testimonial 
It is always a challenge to work with a new team of training advisors with an spiration to raise the level of skills and knowledge across the team.  We started by engaging Rustica Lamb from Bloom Learning to deliver the Talent Dynamics Profiling Tool.  This tool not only informs individuals about their strengths, but also provides a platform that naturally leads into deeper discussion about learning design.  Thoughtfully facilitated by Rustica – the feedback session was enjoyable and team strengthening.
Team lead, Kimberley da Silva

Takeaways – 32 page individual talent dynamics report
Assignment – Be aware of your profile and interactions with other profiles and bring examples to share


2. Popular learning frameworks

Learn the ADDIE and Gagne models and undertand how to apply these models immediately.  Be introduced to agile learning design.

Bring – A current programme and explain the learning design applied in its creation
Takeaways – Gagne storyboard template
Assignment – Apply an aspect of ADDIE or Gagne to a learning design project at work


3.Conduct a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and Needs Analysis

A TNA is used to find a solution to a known problem and a Needs Assessment is used to discover unknown problems or areas that can be improved.  We also cover Performance Analysis Questionnaire.

Bring – A potential learning solution to apply a TNA to
Takeaways – TNA and Needs Assessment templates
Assignment – Conduct a TNA or Needs Analysis back at work


4. Design – Writing robust learning objectives

Use Bloom’s Taxonomy to learn the three step process to create robust learning objectives.

Bring – Learning objectives from a current programme to review
Takeaways – Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs table
Assignment – Rewrite the learning objectives of a current programme


5. Design – Further design steps

Learn how to write the following:

  • Assessments
  • Learning steps
  • Sequencing and structuring

Bring – Previous high level dsign models
Takeaways – List of sequencing options
Assignment – Create a high level design on a new project


6. Evaluation

Use Kirkpatricks methodology to learn how to gauge participant:

  • Reactions
  • Learning
  • On the job performance

And how to determine business impact

Bring – A current example of evaluation including ‘happy sheets’
Takeaways – Best practice Reaction (L1) questionnaire
Assignment – Conduct a Level 2 evaluation for a course run this month


Pricing (excludes gst)
  • Payment up front prior to April
  • $295 per person per session
  • Pay for 5 sessions, get the 6th free
  • Contact us for team pricing and discount

 

Per person per session
Talent Dynamics $295
Learning Frameworks $295
Training Needs Analysis $295
Writing Learning Objectives $295
Further Design Steps $295
Evaluation $295

 


Book a time to Chat to Rustica

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Jul
20
Thu
Designing Engaging eLearning Workshop @ Otago University House
Jul 20 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Designing Engaging eLearning Workshop @ Otago University House | Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

Creating engaging elearning – workshop

About the course

This course has been designed for Instructional Designers who create elearning using rapid authoring tools. This is a practical course combining learning frameworks, how the brain works, scoping and storyboarding before using a cloud based authoring tool to create a branched elearning scenario.

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

 

 

Audience

This course is designed for beginner to intermediate elearning Instructional Designers.

Session 1 Instructional Design frameworks –  overview

Content includes;

  • ADDIE – Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation
  • Blooms Taxonomy – The three domains of learning and the levels within each
  • Gagne’s nine levels of instruction
  • Cathy Moore’s action mapping
  • Adult learning principles and how to incorporate them to elearning
  • Tips to reducing cognitive overload

Session 2 Scoping the elearning

Content includes;

  • The scoping process
  • Briefing meetings, what to ask and who needs to be involved
  • The Savvy Start/Design workshops to speed up the design time by weeks
  • Become a Trusted Advisor, not an order taker

Session 3 Designing storyboards

Content includes;

  • Different methods of storyboarding in word, powerpoint and Storyline
  • Graphic design basics
  • Templates to start using immediately

Session 4 Designing branched scenarios

Content includes;

  • The basics
  • Three steps to creating branched scenarios
  • Gamification – increasing learners’ engagement, desire for achievement, and motivation
  • Great examples

Session 5 Development using Rapid authoring tools

Content includes developing a draft branched scenario using a cloud based authoring tool

Please bring:

  • An internet capable device with keyboard, laptops preferred
  • Style guides or brand books
  • Any examples to use as review/recommendation

Feedback from previous eID workshops

“I really enjoyed the size and diversity of the course”
“Well done – time well spent – thank you!”
“Great workshop, covered a lot of areas that I did not know the background theory. For example Gagne we use some of the model but not all – now I can use all and it will make things a lot easier!”
“Very clearly delivered and all information was relevant”

Facilitator Rustica Lamb

Rustica is the director and of Bloom Learning Technologies. Rustica has 25+ years’ experience as an L&D Manager, eLearning designer, senior instructional designer, capability advisor, SAP trainer, training advisor, trainer and facilitator.

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, Vodafone, Green Cross Health, Orion Health and Morgan & Banks. She held the position of Vice President for the New Zealand Association of Training and Development (NZATD) from 2012 to 2015, and was the NZATD Practitioner of the Year in 2012.

Aug
1
Tue
eLearnz 2017 Conference August 1 & 2 @ Cliftons
Aug 1 @ 8:30 am – Aug 2 @ 5:00 pm

eLearnz Conference 1st & 2nd August
Awards Dinner 1st August

eLearnz eLab 3rd August

 

eLearnz 2017 will be a 2 day conference held in Auckland on 1st & 2nd August with an eLearning Awards night and supporting 1 day eLearnz eLab on 3rd August.

This is an opportunity for the NZ learning and development community to come together to hear the latest in digital learning trends, case studies from New Zealand companies and learn from international thought leaders.  Of course there will be plenty of ideas and discussion, lots of fun and networking to be had as well as competitions with great prizes.

eLearnz is orgnised by the Bloom Learning Technologies team who continually scan the learning and development trends and technologies globally to ensure they bring the latest in learning and learning technology to the New Zealand market.


The Theme this year is ‘We are The One’

We are the one to impact business performance and growth, the one to use technology to increase staff productivity and we are the one who can advise the business whether training is or itsn’t the right solution for their people.   We are the ones who should be trusted advisors not order takers.

Master of Ceremonies

Nigel Paine is back this year as our MC!  Nigel is a change-focused leader with a worldwide reputation and a unique grasp of media, learning and development.  Our Platinum ticket holders will have the privilege of being registered on the day by Nigel and also participate in an evening Q&A with him over tapas and drinks.

Nigel’s keynote – We COULD be The Ones!

The coming disruption of corporate learning will be the biggest shakeout for decades!  Which side of the fence will you land on?  This presso will share the huge waves of change about to hit L&D, and what you have to do to stay relevant and be part of it.  Here are brilliant opportunities and massive threats.  Don’t miss this – your career may depend on it!

eLearning Awards & Party

At the same event we hold the elearning awards, where practitioners can submit their best elearning or digital learning projects. These are judged by our international and local experts and we celebrate the best of the best in elearning.
Registration for eLearnz will incude a discount to the Awards Dinner and party which is also Matrix themed.  Who will you come along as?  Neo?  Trinity?  The Code or even The Oracle?  It is going to be a seriously fun night!  There’ll be drinks, dinner, dancing and some great networking.  Everyone is welcome to join us at the after party!

eLearnz eLab

This year we also hold a one day eLab, where you can come along and learn Storyline (the most popular elearning authoring tool), Prezi (think cloud based Powerpoint on steroids) and WalkThru (a simple and incredibly effective screen capture and technical documentation tool).  Purchase a ticket to eLearnz Conference and receive a discount of up to 50% off your eLab ticket!
 Join us for eLearnz – you’ll be surrounded by learning and development professionals from all industries, ready to share their success stories and advice.  Get ready to connect, inspire and be inspired.

Don’t miss the most exciting L&D event of 2017 for Matrix inspired inspiration and skill building to grow your own career.

REGISTER NOW!
If you need any help or have any questions please email Nicki: nicki.turnbull@bloomtr.co.nz or phone 027 548 4666

Official website:  http://www.elearnz.co.nz/

 

Please note our cancellation policy:

  • For cancellations prior to June 1st, 100% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • For cancellations after May 31st but prior to July 1st, 50% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • After June 30th, no refunds will be issued for cancellations. Substitutions are welcome though!
Aug
3
Thu
eLearnz eLab 3rd August @ Cliftons
Aug 3 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

elearnz elab logo

eLearnz eLab 2017

Trends move so quickly in this digital age. L&D Professionals must keep up-to-date and informed with the latest technology and techniques or risk being left behind. Bloom is committed to raising the standard of learning and development for L&D Professionals, enabling you to efficiently achieve better business results for your organisations. That is why we have introduced eLearnz eLab.

The format

eLearnz eLab is a day of mini workshops, with the focus on the latest in digital learning trends, technology and design. You will work with the best minds in the world during these hands on sessions where you will actively create digital learning items.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. You will also have a lot of fun and network with respected global and local leaders!

 

Master of Ceremonies

Our MC is Nigel Paine. Nigel is a change-focused leader with a worldwide reputation and a unique grasp of media, learning and development.

The workshops

To be confirmed shortly …

Bring a laptop or an iPad as we are really going to get stuck in!

Celebrate Success!

The best learning piece from each workshop will be presented to the eLearnz eLab particpants. The overall winner will receive an iPad Mini!

Do not miss this exciting learning and development workshop this year!
REGISTER NOW!

Tickets, $895+gst
General admisssion
Lunch


Purchase a ticket to eLearnz Conference 1st & 2nd August and get a discount off your eLab ticket for 3rd August:
Platinum conference ticket (50% off) – pay only $447.50+gst for eLab
Gold conference ticket (30% off) – pay only $626.50+gst for eLab
Silver conference ticket (10% off) – pay only $805.50+gst for eLab

Please note our cancellation policy:

  • For cancellations prior to June 1st, 100% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • For cancellations after May 31st but prior to July 1st, 50% of the conference fee, less booking fees, will be refunded.
  • After June 30th, no refunds will be issued for cancellations. Substitutions are welcome though!
Aug
4
Fri
Docebo Users Conference Auckland @ University of Otago House
Aug 4 @ 8:30 am – 11:30 am

We hold twice yearly Docebo User Conferences, where users share their operation of Docebo, in a truly collaborative and best practice way.

Our next Docebo conference is in Auckland on the 4th August.  There will be a mix of current users and companies who are considering Docebo for an LMS.  It will be a great opportunity to network, learn and share knowledge and a good opportunity for those 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
  • Case Study on how Docebo was used to manage NZQA qualification and training
  • Case Study on how Docebo was used to train large numbers of external contractors (with a focus on health and safety)
  • Open Discussion, Q&A and networking

Each User Group is kept to a small group of around 20 people. They are rich in information with things you can take away and use immediately. Please ensure you register as soon as possible in order to book your seat!

 

Bloom is excited to be the New Zealand Partner for Docebo and with at least one new client every month, we are also the most experienced in Docebo training and implementation.

 

 

 

 

Aug
8
Tue
eLearnz eLab Sydney 2017 @ Cliftons
Aug 8 @ 9:00 am – Aug 9 @ 5:00 pm

Trends move so quickly in this digital age.  L&D Professionals must keep up-to-date and informed with the latest technology and techniques or risk being left behind.  Bloom is committed to raising the standard of learning and development for L&D Professionals, enabling you to efficiently achieve better business results for your organisations. That is why we have introduced eLearnz eLab to Australia.

 

The format

eLearnz eLab is a 2 day series of 6 mini workshops, with the focus on the latest in digital learning trends, technology and design.  You will work with the best minds in the world during these hands on sessions where you will actively create digital learning items.  You’ll 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.  You will also have a lot of fun and network with respected global and local leaders!

 

nigel paineMaster of Ceremonies

Our master of ceremonies is Nigel Paine.

Nigel is a change-focused leader with a worldwide reputation and a unique grasp of media, learning and development.

He will also be running one of the eLab sessions.

Our Platinum and Gold ticket holders will have the privilege of being registered on the day by Nigel and Platinum tickets will participate in an exclusive Q&A with him.

 

 

 

 

Moving from Creation to Curation, and why you should, Nigel Paine.

In a world inundated with information and even with structured learning materials, rushing to create new product is not always the most effective solution.  So this workshop will take you from talking about Curation to actually developing a personal strategy for implementing a curation strategy. From thinking about Curation to actually having a go! And from random acts of curation to some kind of systematic and strategic policy that you can follow yourself or share with your organisation.

Bring a laptop or an iPad as we are really going to get stuck in!

 

Create a Powtoon animated video

Powtoon is a web based free tool that is quick and easy to work with to create your own animated cartoons.   It’s the perfect tool to inject some fun into your learning, making your content more memorable with engaging presentations.

In this session you will create a fun animated presentation for your learning piece.

 

Edit a video using Camtasia

Often L&D professionals do not consider video because they think it is too expensive.  Camtasia Studio is a video editing software package that allows you to quickly and easily create high-quality training videos for mobile devices and the Web. It’s a superb tool for adding video to your blended learning solution.

In this session you will create and edit a video for your learning piece.

 

Success with Storyline

Storyline is a simple way to create interactive courses and content, quickly and easily.  Build a more immersive and appealing learner experience with video and simulations.

In this session you will create an engaging and beautiful online course module for your learning piece.

 

Augmented and Virtual Reality

AR & VR are changing the way organisations work and train their teams in ways never seen before (plus it’s very cost effective and quick to develop and implement).  This technology will give you a distinct competitive advantage.

Engage in an interactive hands on session where you will find out how you can apply this in your organisation by creating a learning piece.  Get a free Google cardboard to take away!

 

Showcase on Social Learning, how to extract knowledge from an ageing workforce

 

Celebrate Success!ipad mini

The best learning piece from each workshop will be presented to the eLearnz eLab particpants to vote on.  The overall winner will receive an iPad Mini!

 

eLearnz eLab Tickets:

Silver, $995+gst
General admisssion
Light lunch

Gold, $1,295+gst
VIP registration by Nigel Paine
Priority seating
VIP lunch both days
Bloom lounge access

Platinum, $1,495+gst
VIP registration by Nigel Paine
Priority seating
VIP lunch both days
All day Bloom lounge access
Private Q&A with Nigel Paine
Cheese & wine networking on conclusion of day 1

 

Platinum Sponsor

docebo

Gold Sponsor

Bloom logo

Sep
13
Wed
Instructional Design Workshop @ Otago University House
Sep 13 @ 9:00 am – Sep 14 @ 5:00 pm
Instructional Design Workshop @ Otago University House | Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

Instructional Design Workshop Wellington

About the course

This course has been designed for Instructional Designers who want to review a piece of their own learning material against best practice instructional design methodology. Alternatively, participants could work on a specific training intervention that needs to be created in the future.

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

Audience

This course is designed for beginner to intermediate Instructional Designers.

Session 1 Analysis

Content includes; Conducting a Training Needs Analysis and a Needs Assessment. Performance Needs vs Training Needs.

  •       Reflect on the analysis conducted on the learning intervention created and determine what was done well and what could have been done better.

Session 2 Design

Content includes; Bloom’s Taxonomy, Gagne’s 9 step Learning Framework and writing robust learning objectives, concept mapping.

  •       Identify the 6 categories of Bloom’s ‘Cognitive Domain’ in a mix and match activity, getting 100% correct
  •       Analyse and rewrite the learning objectives of existing training material, using Bloom’s Taxonomy, so that a verb and the three aspects of a learning objective can be identified
  •       Create a module outline, using Gage’s 9 step model and have it peer reviewed
  •       Use the concept map model to create a module or review a current module.

Session 3 Evaluation

Content includes; Kirkpatricks and Philips evaluation models.

  •      In pairs, present the Kirkpatricks model to the whole group, without missing any of the key points, as determined by the facilitator
  •       Use the Phillips ROI formula to estimate the ROI of the programme that you have brought along to the workshop
  •       Review a case study on evaluation of a coaching programme

Cost includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea

Feedback from our previous Instructional Design Workshops:
“Fantastic day of learning – looking forward to making change!”
“open discussions were really beneficial to aid with my understanding”
“Great day and really well run.  Loved it!”

Facilitator Anna Kingston

Anna has worked in Leadership and Learning for over 15 years as a Learning and Development Manager, Leadership Coach, Instructional Designer, Facilitator and Speaker.

She has a BSc (Hons) in Neurobiology, is a qualified Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and certified as an mBit Coach, Leadership Coach, Life Coach and Brava Coach.

Anna is fascinated by how the brain works and how we can use it more effectively in business and life to live amazing lives. She enjoys co-creating practical solutions to performance problems that individuals and business face today, to create sustainable change.

Anna has worked with a number of organisations, including Fisher & Paykel, IAG, Noel Leeming, Soltius, The Learning Wave and Vend.

Oct
9
Mon
Success with Storyline Workshop @ University Otago House
Oct 9 @ 9:00 am – Oct 10 @ 5:00 pm

About the course

This is a highly interactive, two day workshop with an emphasis on the implementation of gamification techniques throughout a rapid build using Storyline 2. 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.

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.

Please bring

  • An internet capable device with keyboard, laptops preferred
  • Storyline 2 software (either your own licence or download the free trial)
  • A piece of your own learning material to work on

Faciliator Anthony Henderson

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 this year.  He was one of the best presenters, 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 Burger fuel”

“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 to ensure you get great results in your organisation.