Panel Presentation LTG154
Blended Delivery for Engagement and Impact
Date Thursday, Nov 28 Time – Room Tegel
We're not stuck in the classroom anymore. Today, all delivery of content is blended. That's inevitable in an era of near ubiquitous internet provision, and powerful, smart devices. But that doesn't mean the blend is right. This session focuses on how to create effective blends that make the most of the content and technology available - often in difficult circumstances - to help people learn faster, and better, in ways that suit them.
Inter Ikea Systems B.V., The Netherlands
Jeff has been in the field of Learning and Development for over 15 years. He sees himself as a creative problem solver. 70-20-10, performance support, needs analysis, design thinking, user experience, team learning and learning analytics guide him in his work of creating relevant, hybrid business/learning solutions for employees and organisations.
More Than Human: Next Generation Blended Learning
Robert Szabó is the Director of Pedagogy for Business Language and Communication at Learnship and GlobalEnglish. Before entering the EdTech world, he spent ten years in corporate training and academic management roles in the UK, Poland, Germany and Portugal. Robert holds a Master’s Degree in Education with a specialisation in Applied Linguistics, in addition to the Cambridge CELTA and DELTA Module 1. He is a past Committee member of IATEFL BESIG and has given talks at conferences online, in the UK and around Europe on Systemic Functional Linguistics, business email writing, communicative competence and more recently, on the limits of Artificial Intelligence in language training.
J. Schmalz GmbH, Germany
Implementing an Innovative Learning Strategy in a Global Sales Organisation
Eckart got a High-School Diploma in the US, was in charge of an internship program in Mexico and introduced e-commerce, cross-media-publishing and a dual education system in a German mid-sized company.
During the past 13 years he has been working for J. Schmalz GmbH, again in various fields:
He trained a new CRM system in 17 countries, gave intercultural trainings (for Asian, Arab and Latin American countries) and was an export manager. Since 2014 he is in charge of the global project Knowledge Transfer: He introduced a LMS and implemented a global learning strategy for the entire corporate sales organization. Today his team creates online trainings for global product launches and blended learning curricula for new sales engineers.
Eckart is well versed in Learning Analytics, EdTech and Train-the-Trainer programs, too. His focus for 2019/20 is to transform the existing national academy of J. Schmalz GmbH into a global corporate academy, with local hubs in Asia and America.
Mersen Corporate Services, France
Management Academies : Accelerating Cultural Changes through Efficient Blended Learning
Manuel Tercic joined Mersen in January 2018 as Group Human Capital Development Manager. Mersen is a French international Group, Global Expert in Electrical Power and Advanced Materials, 6500 employees worldwide.
Manuel gained over 12 years’ professional experience at Antalis, a French international Group where he was head of internal communications, then of the HR development programs. He launched the L&D department of the Group in 2011, and gained substantial expertise both in instructional design, including e-learning, and learning management system management.
At Mersen, Manuel develops the Group Human Capital. In addition to conducting the Group L&D policy, Manuel oversees the Talent Management processes in order to ensure Mersen’s sustainability through its people. He supports the Group expansion by devising and rolling strategic training programs such as the internal Management Academy.
At 41 years old, he holds a degree in political science, master degree in institutional communication and is an alumni of UCBerkeley.
Frontex - European Border and Coast Guard Agency, Poland
Enhancing Student Experience through Digital Learning Materials: A Frontex Case Study
Magdalena Moś is an e-learning and adult education specialist working as a Training Project Officer in the Training Unit at Frontex (the European Border and Coast Guard Agency).
Magdalena has a professional background in both academia and the corporate sector, where she has worked on the design, development and support of online and blended learning trainings. In these projects she combines appropriate methodology and technology to create innovative learning experiences tailored for the modern times and challenges of the European Border and Coast Guard community. She has extensive experience in the design, delivery, marketing, and evaluation of e-learning, blended learning, and face-to-face trainings in various fields. She has created a number of webinars, video lectures, and educational videos, and has additional expertise in the dissemination of academic research to policy and business audiences.
Prior to her current position, she worked for G2G3 (part of Capita PLC), the University of Oxford and the European University Institute. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Pedagogy from the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland, in conjunction with the University of Perugia, Italy.