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Date/Time
Date(s) - 26/07/2017 - 27/07/2017
8:00 am - 4:45 pm

Location
Crown Melbourne

Forward Government Learning 2017
26-27 July 2017, Crown Melbourne
Innovation – Technology – Analytics – Change – Governance

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$1095 plus gst = $1204.50 to attend the forum, if you join early (save $300)
$595 plus gst = $654.50 for each workshop, if you join early

This forum is designed to deliver outstanding content, strategies, best practice and valuable tools to bring the most powerful forms of professional learning back to their organisations.

Sharing insights and learnings through case study presentations are:
Department of Defence
Queensland College of Teachers
IP Australia
Department of Justice and Regulation
Queensland University of Technology
BSi Learning
Crown Melbourne
ChangeGeek.org

 

 

 

Post Forum Workshops, 27 July 2017- Limited Availability

Workshop A:
Teaching Creativity for Teams
Facilitated by: William Batten, Education Advocate, Department of Defence

Workshop B:
Transforming Learning in Your Organisation
Facilitated by: Michelle Ockers, Modern Workplace Learning Strategist, Andragogy(Michelle is currently the lead specialist on L&D Transformation at Qantas)

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Comments from last year:
Variety of topics/aspects covered (Defence)
Opportunities for active participation
New ideas and research that you don’t get time to do yourself (QPS)
Quality of speakers and topics (SoCoLabs)
Engaging speakers (IP Australia)
Actually workshopping ideas
Presenters had such interesting content! (La Trobe Uni)
Enjoyed all sessions (FWO)

Comments from 2015:
"Well done to everyone and thanks"
"It was good to hear about different LMS and some of the Challenges"
"It was great"
"Opened my eyes to stuff that is out there and to keep chipping away"
"BRILLIANT, so nice to see something different"

Comments from 2014:
"Good balance of topics i.e. mobile learning, evaluation and user engagement."
"Interactive discussions and exposure to new technologies and options."
"New ideas and concepts to take into our workplaces"
"Appreciate that there are no sales presentations"
"I received a lot out of the case studies about tools, strategies and other people’s
experiences"

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