Free L&D networking session – Topic: Training Needs Analysis and Instruction Design skills

Sarah Cordiner - Training Needs Analysis - Instructional Design

Judith Kors

By: Judith Kors – September 2015

We are VERY excited to announce that the award-winning subject-matter-expert, Sarah Cordiner (Founder of Main Training and strategic partner/lead facilitator at Rhodes Business School), will be presenting at the next Australian L&D Network morning tea in Perth.

When?: 8-9.30 am – Monday 21st September 2015
Where?: Saxons Training Facilities – 1/140 St Georges Terrace. Perth

The workshop will cover:

1. The fundamentals of conducting Training Needs Analysis to ensure you are providing the right training
2. The fundamental principles of workforce planning for identifying the right training needs
3. How to initiate the skills and knowledge gap-filling strategies
4. The basics of instructional design and development for conducting in-house training

This is a regular breakfast meeting hosted in a workshop style for Learning & Development Managers, or those working in a similar capacity. In addition to the workshop, this is a great opportunity for networking and sharing best practice with other L&D Managers from various businesses and industry sectors…we hope you can make it and join in…obviously feel free to forward this invite to anyone else you know in the L&D community.

CLICK HERE or email to register for this free workshop.

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