Panel Presentation Session BUS26
Business EDUCA: Learning L&D Needs
Date Thursday, Dec 7 Time – Room Schöneberg
Creating learning solutions which enable workforce development is no easy feat. And becoming an effective instructional designer will often require a degree, courses and field experience. This session will discuss the skills practitioners need for the L&D department of the future, as well as how we can learn the profession and remain relevant to our organisations.
Communications Plus, Germany
Nicola Vollmar is a Learning and Development Consultant. She started as a trainer and lecturer in adult education in 2003 while incorporating the experience from her former employments in national and international management contexts. Her portfolio has gradually developed concerning means and methods of learning and she advises nowadays also as an Expert on New Learning Technologies and a Certified European E-Learning Manager. The strategic approach to the subject matter is based on her Master degree in Leadership and Management and she additionally holds a license for KODE® (competence diagnostics and development).
Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), Israel
An Instructional Designer Training Program that Meets Organizational Needs
Dr. Eran Gal is an e-learning expert with over 18 years of experience in applying cross-company technology-based learning solutions. Dr. Gal holds both M.A. and PhD degrees from the Knowledge Technology Lab at the Tel Aviv University, School of Education. Following several years as an e-Learning manager in large enterprises Dr. Gal joined the Holon Institution of Technology (HIT), Faculty of Instructional Technologies as a lecturer and a research team leader. Dr. Gal delivers courses and seminars regarding instructional design and e-learning offering development.
Association for Learning Technology, UK
Re-articulating What we Value: a New Vision for Learning Technology Professionals
I am the chief executive of the Association for Learning Technology(ALT) and I work as a Learning Technologist and Anthropologist. I am an Open Practitioner with a special interest in leadership, equality and open education.
My work for ALT focuses on increasing the impact of Learning Technology for the wider community, strengthening recognition and representation for the Membership at a national level and leading professionalisation for individual Learning Technology professionals in a broad range of roles.
As a trained sculptor I can carve marble, but nowadays I focus on bringing about change through policy, community engagement and open governance. Whilst much of my work is in the UK, I am bilingual in English/German and I use my other language skills to keep up with developments in education and technology across the globe and beyond the English speaking nations.
My studies in art and anthropology have given me an appreciation for the importance of criticality, history and theory and how they inform our understanding of education and technology. I am a fan of new technology, a geek at heart, but not one to embrace innovation unquestioningly.
Training Journal magazine and website, and media partner of OEB, UK
Taking the Uncertainty out of the Future Role of the L&D Professional
Jo Cook is Deputy Editor at www.TrainingJournal.com magazine and website, and focuses her time on ground-breaking discussion webinars and speaking at events.
TJ is the only independent, monthly print magazine in the UK for learning and development professionals and has 50 years experience with the best L&D thought leaters.
Jo works for TJ part time and the rest of the time is Director of her company www.LightbulbMoment.info, which specialises in developing, facilitating and training others to deliver great live online training sessions, virtual classrooms, webinars and blended, digital programmes.
You can contact through @LightbulbJo or @TrainingJournal