Australian L&D Network Free Event Alert – ‘Maximising Your Staff Training On A Minimum Budget’ – Perth – 03/02

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FREE WORKSHOP for Learning & Development Managers – Maximising Your Staff Training On A Minimum Budget’

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By: Sam Russell – January 2016

As you may be aware, we decided to postpone the Perth L&D Network morning tea in December due to a lot of members simply being too busy in the build up to Christmas to attend.

We are happy to announce that, as a follow up to the fantastic session she delivered at the last WA meeting, the award-winning subject-matter-expert, Sarah Cordiner (Founder of Main Training and strategic partner/lead facilitator at Rhodes Business School), will be now be presenting the planned ‘Maximising Your Staff Training On A Minimum Budget’ morning tea workshop on the 3rd of Feb.

Date:  Wednesday 3rd February 2016
Time: 08:00 – 09:30am

Where:
Saxons Training Facilities Perth, 1/140 St Georges Terrace. Perth

Breakfast, tea and coffee will be provided

Workshop content:

The top innovative, implementable strategies for getting more out of your staff training and workforce development, on a budget – without compromising on quality educational outcomes.

This workshop is hosted in partnership by: Rhodes Business School and MainTraining.  Presenter: Sarah Cordiner

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.

Limited spaces available – Click here to register or email your details to AustralianLDN@yahoo.com.au to secure your place.

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