LEARNING LIVE Networks Online


LEARNING LIVE Networks Online


Join exclusively via aNewSpring!


Tuesday, October 6th 2020
from 2PM to 3:30 PM (BST)




LEARNING LIVE Networks Online

Tuesday, October 6th 2020
from 2PM to 3:30 PM (BST)


Tackling the current and future challenges for learning and development through regular meetups of senior learning professionals and learning leaders by sharing insights. That’s LEARNING LIVE Networks and aNewSpring is present. So can you.



Join exclusively via aNewSpring!


The name says it all: The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) has been a true institute when it comes to learning, performance and development for professionals.


LEARNING LIVE is a series of events that are exclusively organized by the LPI for learning leaders and senior learning professionals. Once a year, there’s a large event and several times a year there are smaller events aimed at networking: LEARNING LIVE Networks. Originated in the UK and now also available in Iberia, the Benelux, Latin America and currently online.

As a partner of the LPI, aNewSpring is present at every event and through us, you can join as well.


In the current edition:


  • Hosted by Donald H. Taylor
  • He’ll lead a discussion between five heads of learning of Dell, The Bank of Montreal, ViiV Healthcare (GSK) and more.
  • What’s the impact of the covid-19-crisis on L&D departments and what are their expectations for the next year?
  • What are the implications for learning providers and training businesses?


The network of LEARNING LIVE is exclusively available for senior managers/directors of organisations that deliver training to their customers or their members. 


The LPI offers us the option to invite people from our network to join an event. Interested? Fill in the form and Jos will contact you. He’ll make sure you’ll get access to this meeting.


Jos wil contact you to make sure you’ll get access to this meeting.

Making the most of online social learning (free MiniMOOC)

Making the most of online social learning
(free MiniMOOC)


September 8th to 18th 2020
[EVENT IS FULL]




Making the most of
online social learning

Free MiniMooc
Opening: September 8th at 00:01 (CEST)
Unfortunately, this event is full



We are all learning about ways of learning online, mainly focused on webinars and virtual classrooms. There are other ways, like online social learning. Do it right and learning together online is a powerful way of creating engagement.

This free MiniMOOC is all about ‘online social learning’ and actually uses online social learning as a method to bring learning professionals from all over the world together.



in collaboration with:




Unfortunately, the current edition is completely full. We are considering a new edition, if there is plenty of interest.

Fill out the form below to indicate if you’re interested in a new edition!



At the moment, learning professionals are looking for the best methods to transform their courses and training products. As aNewSpring, we get a lot of questions about what’s possible with online learning platforms and we’re offering help and support.

We’re teaming up with The Learning and Performance Institute to provide you with the best insights and valuable resources. This content is freely available, spread the word to other learning professionals through #IHelpPeopleLearn.


Why online social learning?


Currently, lots of attention goes to live online learning; a synchronous form of learning where delivery and consumption takes place at the same time, like in a webinar or virtual classroom. There are pro’s and con’s; webinars can reach a large group of people, but often lack engagement. Virtual classrooms can be very engaging for learners, but require a lot of (design) effort and are less suitable for large groups.

Asynchronous forms of online learning offer interesting alternatives. It’s where all participants are working and learning together at the same (virtual) location, but not necessarily at the same time. During a certain period, content is regularly made available and discussions are started for all learners to dive into and join at their own pace. This way, your learning approach can be very engaging and it can handle a large number of learners, without everyone having to be present at the same time.


What’s the MiniMOOC about?


How to make online social learning successful? How to apply it in your situation? Through experiencing online social learning in this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), you’ll learn how to do it yourself. We’ll cover topics like:

  • designing online social learning
  • learning theory and principles behind social learning
  • moderating online social learning
  • harvesting results from online social learning

How does this MiniMOOC work?


First of all, what’s so ‘mini’ about this MOOC? It’s small in its duration, not in its reach or impact. It’s still a massive course in the sense that there will be many learning professionals from all over the world to engage with. The course will take place over just two weeks and twice a week (on Tuesdays and Fridays) new content will be made available.

Participants will get access to the aNewSpring learning platform where they will find the content related to the core topics and where the learning conversation will take place.

Results of the previous MiniMooc


This isn’t the first time we’ve ran a social MiniMooc. Last April/May we did a previous version of this Mooc with lots of results, wins and learns.

You can read the process and results of this Mooc in our blog: “The surprising possibilities of online social learning” or just take quick a look at our infograph’s:


Michael (from the LPI), Nicole, Pascalle, Ger and Jos (from aNewSpring) will moderate the social learning course to support all participants.



Michael Strawbridge
Global Head of Content, LPI
LinkedIn


Nicole Lee-On
Customer Success Manager
LinkedIn


Pascalle Hoevenaars
Learning Platform Specialist
LinkedIn


Ger Driesen
Learning Innovation Leader
Blog | LinkedIn


Jos Berden
Learning Specialist
Blog | LinkedIn

Is this for me?


This free MiniMOOC is designed for all trainers, training providers and learning designers who want to learn about online social learning so they will be able to design and facilitate online social learning for themselves after completing this MiniMOOC.



This MiniMOOC is organised in collaboration with:


Unfortunately, the current is event is completely full. Show your interest in a new edition by filling out the form below:


Open training for Trainers – Advanced level

Making the most of online social learning (free MiniMOOC)

Making the most of online social learning
(free MiniMOOC)


April 28th 2020 to May 8th 2020
[EVENT IS FULL]




Making the most of
online social learning

Free MiniMooc
Opening: April 28th at 00:01 (CEST)
Unfortunately, this event is full



We are all learning about ways of learning online, mainly focused on webinars and virtual classrooms. There are other ways, like online social learning. Do it right and learning together online is a powerful way of creating engagement.

This free MiniMOOC is all about ‘online social learning’ and actually uses online social learning as a method. Show your interest in a new edition.



Unfortunately, the current edition is completely full. We are considering a new edition, if there is plenty of interest.

Fill out the form below to indicate if you’re interested in a new edition!



At the moment, lots of learning professionals are facing unexpected challenges. At aNewSpring, we get a lot of questions about what’s possible with online learning platforms and we’re offering help and support.

This content is freely available, spread the word to other learning professionals through #IHelpPeopleLearn.


Why online social learning?


Currently, lots of attention goes to live online learning; a synchronous form of learning where delivery and consumption takes place at the same time, like in a webinar or virtual classroom. There are pro’s and con’s; webinars can reach a large group of people, but often lack engagement. Virtual classrooms can be very engaging for learners, but require a lot of (design) effort and are less suitable for large groups.

Asynchronous forms of online learning offer interesting alternatives. It’s where all participants are working and learning together at the same (virtual) location, but not necessarily at the same time. During a certain period, content is regularly made available and discussions are started for all learners to dive into and join at their own pace. This way, your learning approach can be very engaging and it can handle a large number of learners, without everyone having to be present at the same time.


How does this MiniMOOC work?


First of all, what’s so ‘mini’ about this MOOC? It’s smaller in its duration, not in its reach or impact. It’s still a massive course in the sense that there will be many learners to engage with. The course will take place over two weeks and twice a week (on Tuesdays and Fridays) new content will be made available.

Participants will get access to the learning journey in the aNewSpring platform where they will find the content related to the core topics and where the learning conversation will take place. We’re starting the MiniMOOC on Tuesday, April 28th at 00:01 CEST. The platform will be accessible one week before on Tuesday, April 21st, so you can start whenever it suits you. We’ll add new content until May 8th and we’ll continue moderating a few weeks more.


What’s the MiniMOOC about?


How to make online social learning successful? How to apply it in your situation? Through experiencing online social learning in this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), you’ll learn how to do it yourself. We’ll cover topics like:

  • designing online social learning
  • learning theory and principles behind social learning
  • moderating online social learning
  • harvesting results from online social learning

Four facilitators, Ger, Roy, JJ and Jos, will moderate the social learning process to support all participants and to cover all time zones.


Ger Driesen
Learning Innovation Leader
Blog | LinkedIn


Roy de Vries
Customer Success Manager
Blog | LinkedIn


Jan Jilis van Delsen
UK Country Manager
LinkedIn


Jos Berden
Learning Specialist
Blog | LinkedIn

Is this for me?


This free MiniMOOC is designed for all trainers, training providers and learning designers who want to learn about online social learning so they will be able to design and facilitate online social learning for themselves after completing this MiniMOOC.

Unfortunately, the current is event is completely full. Show your interest in a new edition by filling out the form below:


Practical solutions of the aNewSpring learning platform

Practical solutions of the aNewSpring learning platform


Get a clear view of the possibilities of the learning platform and how it can work for you




Practical solutions of the aNewSpring learning platform


Get a clear view of the possibilities of the learning platform and how it can work for you.

Take a look at the form for
the different available dates.



Cost: Free


Are you a trainer or working for a training provider and are you taking your courses or training programmes online? Are you looking for platforms and tools, but do you miss a clear view on how it can work in your specific situation?

Then join this online session and find out what possibilities the learning platform of aNewSpring offers.


Who’s it for?


For everyone who is considering taking their courses or training programmes completely (or partially) online, or for those who are thinking about changing their platform or tool.

Are you exploring your options and would you like to get a good look at the actual aNewSpring platform and -maybe more importantly- how it could work for you? Then you should definitely join.


What to expect?


In 30 minutes we will take you into the set-up of our platform and show which possibilities there are for creating an online learning journey that suits your specific situation. Learn what you can build with aNewSpring and get an overview of the available didactical tools.

You can expect to get a clear view on how a learning journey in aNewSpring can work for you. It will mainly be a watching-and-listening-session for you, no-nonsense, just sit back and relax. A quick informative session taking you through the actual product, just to know if it is worth your time and effort.

Our learning specialists will lead you through the platform and answer your questions.


Interested in joining?
Please fill in the form, select the date and time of your choice and sign up.

The program


  • What exactly is a learning journey?
  • Overview of different tools.
  • Examples of how our customers use the platform.
  • Difference between the two versions: aNewSpring for Trainers and aNewSpring for Organisations.

Sign-up:


Webinar: How to quickly transform classroom training to e-learning

Webinar:
How to quickly transform classroom training to e-learning


The #Workingfromhome-sessions
March 27th 2020 | 10:00-11:00 (GMT+11 ‘Sydney time’)
Online webinar




Webinar:
How to quickly transform classroom training to e-learning

March 27th 2020
from 10:00 – 11:00 uur
(GMT+11 ‘Sydney time’)


Are you currently in a situation where you have to change your classroom training to an online training? Join this interactive webinar and learn from our Customer Success Managers how you can quickly build a basic learning journey from your classroom training.



At the moment, lots of learning professionals are facing unexpected challenges. As aNewSpring, we get a lot of questions about what’s possible with online learning platforms and we’re offering help and support. This content is freely available, spread the word to other learning professionals through #IHelpPeopleLearn.


What does this webinar cover?


Let’s say you’ve got a classroom training that has been cancelled or for some reason has to be turned into an online training. How can you use the aNewSpring platform to do this reasonably quickly?

In this webinar, our Customer Success Manager will explain how to build a basic training in our platform. Turn common elements of classroom or ‘offline’ training into parts of a learning journey. For example:

  • A practical look at bringing your classroom session online.
  • Useful tips and tricks for using aNewSpring functionalities.
  • Possibilities to discuss, co-operate and communicate amongst learners.

Who is this webinar for?


For (future) aNewSpring users who want to take their classroom training from classroom to online in a reasonably short amount of time. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions. Knowledge of or experience with the platform isn’t necessary as such but be aware that the webinar starts from the idea that you’re using aNewSpring.


Interested in the recording?


No worries, everyone who signed up will receive the recording afterwards or fill in the form below to receive the recording in your mailbox. Keep an eye on our events for any updates on new dates.

Don’t forget to check out our other webinars from The #Workingfromhome-sessions via anewspring.com/events.

This webinar has already taken place, however you can still receive the recording of it by filling in the form below:


Don’t forget to check out our other webinars
from The #Workingfromhome-sessions:

You can still request the recordings of each of the previous webinars by filling in the form on the page of the webinar you want to see.


Webinar: Q&A with Customer Success Managers of aNewSpring

Webinar:
Q&A with Customer Success Managers of aNewSpring


The #Workingfromhome-sessions
March 19th 2020 | 17:00-18:00 (GMT+1) | Online webinar




Webinar:
Q&A with Customer Success Managers of aNewSpring

March 19th 2020
from 17:00 – 18:00 uur
(GMT+1)


Technical questions about how you can adapt your learning journey with online functionalities? Join this interactive webinar with our platform specialists, ask them your questions and learn what’s possible and what’s not.



At the moment, lots of learning professionals are facing unexpected challenges. As aNewSpring, we get a lot of questions about what’s possible with online learning platforms and we’re offering help and support. This content is freely available, spread the word to other learning professionals through #IHelpPeopleLearn.


What does this webinar cover?


This webinar is meant to answer all your technical questions about the aNewSpring platform because of the changes you have to make due to corona-related measures. You’ll get the answers to your questions, and also learn from the answers of other people’s questions. This webinar will be led by our platform specialists, and the goal is to adapt your training as quickly as possible to current circumstances.


Who is this webinar for?


For (future) aNewSpring users who have technical questions about the possibilities of aNewSpring, and have some knowledge or experience with the platform. If aNewSpring is (fairly) new to you, then we advise you to join the other webinar, view the platform tour or get in touch with us.


Interested in the recording?


No worries, everyone who signed up will receive the recording afterwards or fill in the form below to receive the recording in your mailbox. Keep an eye on our events for any updates on new dates.

Don’t forget to check out our other webinars from The #Workingfromhome-sessions via anewspring.com/events.

This webinar has already taken place, however you can still receive the recording of it by filling in the form below:


Don’t forget to check out our other webinars
from The #Workingfromhome-sessions:

You can still request the recordings of each of the previous webinars by filling in the form on the page of the webinar you want to see.


Future-proof your training business [CANCELLED]

Future-proof your training business


March 17th, 2020 – Manchester, UK – [CANCELLED] 




Future-proof your training business

[CANCELLED]


The live event is now cancelled due to the corona virus threat. We intend to bring the event online on another date. Please register if you are interested in receiving more information when it becomes available.


The live event is now cancelled, we intend to bring the event online on another date.


The live event is now cancelled due to the corona virus threat. We intend to bring the event online on another date, you can still read the event information below if you want to know what the event entails.

Please register for our event updates if you are interested in receiving more information when it becomes available.




Following several successful editions in Manchester and London ‘Future-proof your training business’, is coming back to the northwest.


This event is aimed at owners and directors of training organisations, including senior managers/directors of organisations that deliver training to their customers or their members. It will be an afternoon where you can learn from the speakers and each other. Take a look at our write-up of the previous edition to get more insight.

As a bonus we organised a free session from 4:30pm to analyse your golf swing.
There is limited availability for this, so please register your interest on your arrival.



What can I expect?


The aim of ‘Future-Proof Your Training Business’ is for attendees to gather clear insights into market trends in the learning industry and have a better understanding of what technologies, skills, and resources can be valuable for training businesses.

At this edition, there will be contributions by Philip Bourne, president of CEDMA and former senior director of Symantec Training, who will be talking about Operational Excellence in a training business. Jan van Delsen, Managing Director aNewSpring UK, will cover how to drive innovation in training companies. And Jos Berden from aNewSpring will talk about improving learning quality. Below, you’ll find a more detailed program.

The afternoon will be interactive, and there will be enough opportunity to share experiences and ask your specific questions. There is a networking lunch to start the afternoon, and throughout the afternoon you will have time to meet the speakers and your fellow participants



The event is organised in partnership with the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network (GMLPN).


The speakers


Philip Bourne


President
CEdMA


Jos Berden


Blended learning pro
aNewSpring


Matthew Leigh


Project Manager
GMLPN


Jan Jilis van Delsen


Managing Director UK
aNewSpring UK

Why attend?


The event is relevant for owners / CEO’s / directors / senior managers of training organisations and for associations or membership organisations that deliver training to their members or customer

Why should you come?

  • Understand what is needed to stay relevant and competitive in the training industry.
  • Better understand what technologies, skills and resources you need and how others adopted this and learned from the experience.
  • Learn a model to drive innovation
  • Get new insights on improving learning quality
  • Great networking possibilities with the speakers and other peers.

Location
Blackley Golf Club, Victoria Avenue East, Middleton, Manchester, M9 7HW.
(Sat nav 360 Victoria Avenue, M9 7SS)

Programme
Registration and lunch start at 1:30pm. The programme finishes at 4:30pm, followed by networking drinks till 6:00pm.

Cost
The event is free to attend

Programme


1:30pm
Networking lunch

2:00pm
Introduction and overview of aNewSpring
by Jan van Delsen

2:10pm
Overview of GMLPN
by Matthew Leigh

2:20pm
A model for driving innovation
by Jan van Delsen

3:00pm
Refreshment break

3:20pm
Operational excellence
by Philip Bourne

4:05pm
Improving training quality
by Jos Berden

4:30pm
Closing remarks

4:45pm
Networking drinks + Golf Swing Studio