Future-proof your training business
November 19th, 2019 – Manchester, UK
Future-proof your training business
November 19th 2019 – Manchester, UK
from noon till 6:00 PM (incl. drinks)
How can a modern training business stay relevant in an industry that’s rapidly changing? And what skills, resources, and technology do you really need? Let’s find out, together.
Please note; this event is for a selected audience. Contact us directly if you wish to attend but have not received an invitation, yet.
Following a successful edition earlier this year in London (read more about it here), ‘Future-proof your training business’, or FPYTB, is now coming to the North of the UK and landing in Manchester.
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 they can learn from the speakers and each other by networking with other senior people from training businesses.
The aim of FPYTB 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 the Manchester edition, there will be contributions by John Trasler, president of the EADL and director of Elearn Ltd., who will be talking about how to successfully scale up a training business. Roy de Vries, online didactical specialist at aNewSpring, who will cover how to improve training output with blended learning. And Phil Aspden, director at eGenius Ltd., will talk about the movement from formal to informal learning. 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 at the end of the day, we will finish with drinks to make sure you have the time to meet the speakers and your fellow participants.
Director and Owner of Elearn Ltd.
President of the European Association for Distance Learning (EADL)
Roy de Vries
Customer Success Manager
Jan Jilis van Delsen
UK country manager
The event is relevant for senior managers/directors, CEOs of training organisations and for associations or membership organisations that deliver training to their members or customers.
Why should you come?
etc.venues Manchester, 11 Portland St, Manchester M1 3HU, United Kingdom
(click here for directions)
Registration and lunch start at noon. The programme finishes at 5 pm, followed by networking drinks till 6 pm.
The event is free to attend
Introduction and overview of aNewSpring
by Jan Jilis van Delsen
Scaling up a training business
by John Trasler
Quality improvement of training output
by Roy de Vries
From formal to informal learning
by Phil Aspden
Interactive round tables with speakers
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