LearnX 2010 9-10 June 2010 Sydney Convention Centre

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1. Sponsors

2. Learning Leaders

2.1. Lindy MacPherson, National Manager People Solutions, Organisational Development & HR - DATA#3

2.1.1. Data#3 is a national Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Solutions company, with customers covering a wide range of industries including banking and finance, mining, tourism and leisure, legal, healthcare, manufacturing, distribution, government and utilities that are located throughout Australia and Asia Pacific. Lindy is responsible for the development of the expertise of Data#3 staff – technically, professionally and personally. She is the instigator, senior manager sponsor and program leader of Data#3’s e-Learning strategy, which underpins the Data#3 School of Excellence. Lindy has held operational management roles for over twenty years, with experience working in small business as well as large multinational corporations. She holds qualifications in Leisure Management and is currently studying in the field of Social Science majoring in Management and Leadership.

2.2. Arndria Seymour, Head of Training Design and Delivery - Commonwealth Bank

2.2.1. Arndria Seymour heads up the Training Design and Delivery team at CBA for Institutional Banking & Markets and Business & Private Banking. She has extensive experience in Human Resources, in particular training and organisational development and holds tertiary qualifications in Marketing (Bachelor of Commerce) and Organisational Development (Masters of Commerce). Arndria is well known in the Finance Sector, where she has worked in blue chip Banking, Financial Services, Financial Planning, Life Insurance, General Insurance and Workers Compensation companies over the past 30 years. Arndria has held many senior Learning and Development/organisational development roles with demonstrated success in aligning Learning Management technology and solutions with operational and strategic learning requirements. Significant proven experience across enterprisewide Learning Management Systems, service delivery, quality assurance and project management areas. Conceptual and first-hand experience in the operation, cultural change, project management and implementation of strategic Learning and Development programs within large global organisations. Arndria has strong people management and interpersonal skills combined with exceptional negotiation and financial management skills necessary for management and key performance reporting to Boards and organisational executive teams, ensuring benefit realisations plans are achieved.

2.3. Jeevan Joshi, CLO - KnowledgeWorking

2.3.1. Jeevan Joshi is a Principal Consultant at KnowledgeWorking assists organisations improve business performance through the innovative and practical use of Knowledge Management, Learning and Collaborative solutions. Jeevan has over 16 years of experience in delivering technology enabled workforce and business productivity solutions including for customers such as Telecom New Zealand, Vodafone, Babcock & Brown, St George Bank, BASF, Centrelink, Ernst & Young New Zealand, and Coles Myer Ltd.

2.4. Carolyn Barker, CEO - AIM Qld / NT and Managing Director - TheCyberInstitute

2.4.1. Carolyn is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Institute of Management Qld & NT (AIM) and Managing Director of the TheCyberInstitute Pty Ltd. Under Carolyn’s leadership the AIM Group has grown to be an interrelated cluster of commercial education, publishing, online learning and information businesses. Carolyn is currently the Chair of the Brisbane City Council’s City Business Advisory Board and Chair of the Griffith Business School Strategic Advisory Committee. Carolyn is also a Director of Intouch, a private company in the health and fulfilment services sector. Carolyn was previously Chairman of the Queensland Orchestra and Deputy Chairman of the Powerhouse Centre for Live Arts. In 2002 Carolyn was awarded QUT’s Business School Alumni of the Year and in 2004 she was made an Adjunct Professor of Business at Griffith University. In 2005 Carolyn was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours list being awarded a Member in the Order of Australia for her service to business through management and educational organisations, and to the arts through The Queensland Orchestra. Carolyn conceptualised the ground breaking and best selling Management Today book series published by McGraw Hill and is the Series Editor of the Management @ Work books published by John Wiley & Sons. She is the co-author of the Character of Leadership and CATS: The Nine Lives of Innovation Workbook with international author Steve Lundin.

2.5. Greg Harper, CEO - National Retail Institute

2.5.1. Greg Harper shares his time between his role as General Manager of the National Retail Association’s Training Institute and his consulting business with Strategon Capital. He has over 25 years experience in senior leadership roles in the TAFE, university and private sectors. Greg is a former CEO of two TAFE Institutes in Queensland and was a senior executive in the Department of Education, Training and the Arts. Greg has particular experience and interest in workforce development, enterprise learning and the use of educational technology. He has many publications on these subjects.

3. Sessions

3.1. Day 1 - June 9

3.1.1. Keynote Presentations

3.1.1.1. Keynote 09:00 - 09:45

3.1.1.1.1. Social media for trainers: Extending learning, building community

3.1.1.2. Keynote 09:45 - 10:30

3.1.1.2.1. Delivering engaging eLearning to your organisation with best practices learnt from experience

3.1.1.3. Keynote 3 16:15 - 17:00

3.1.1.3.1. The X Factor for Xcellence

3.1.2. Frontliner Sessions

3.1.2.1. A

3.1.2.1.1. A1 Running L&D like a business

3.1.2.1.2. A2 Innovative learning and development within an accredited framework 2010 and Beyond

3.1.2.1.3. A3 Creativity ignites creativity = change

3.1.2.1.4. A4 How well do e-learners really learn?

3.1.2.1.5. A5 Brain storming as a learning platform

3.1.2.1.6. A6 How to Use Twitter and Social Media with Training Webinars

3.1.2.2. B

3.1.2.2.1. B1 From zero to 100 in 3 short months

3.1.2.2.2. B2 Using business social networking to accelerate onboarding

3.1.2.2.3. B3 Engaging in safety: Cloning around

3.1.2.2.4. B4

3.1.2.2.5. B5 Design techniques and strategies for people transitioning from training to design

3.1.2.2.6. B6 A fresh perspective on content authoring: Creating next generation learning

3.1.2.3. C

3.1.2.3.1. C1 Integrating an e-learning course with Twitter to enable collaborative learning

3.1.2.3.2. C2 Learning roadmaps: A hands-on experience

3.1.2.3.3. C3 From leadership to safety, compliance to strategy (even dating) - how scenario based learning is bridging the gap

3.1.2.3.4. C4 Building strong resilience to change – conquering the change monster

3.1.2.3.5. C5 Unveiled: A collaborative model for the development of rapid e-learning

3.1.2.3.6. C6 The future is coming ready or not

3.1.2.4. D

3.1.2.4.1. D1 Better L&D ROI using SkillSoft’s Learning Growth Model

3.1.2.4.2. D2 Align staff training and development to your business needs or go home.

3.1.2.4.3. D3 Rapidly building effective training packages

3.1.2.4.4. D4 Using social learning tools to improve organisational learning

3.1.2.4.5. D5 Design and develop strategies for engaging online programs, including m-learning

3.1.2.4.6. D6

3.1.2.5. E

3.1.2.5.1. E1 Empowering your thinking for empowered results

3.1.2.5.2. E2 Around Australia in 80 days with the TAA e-learning competencies

3.1.2.5.3. E3 Learning Leaders - Build and maintain learner connections

3.1.2.5.4. E4 Games with frontiers: 12 Proven technology-based activities for a modern training and development

3.1.2.5.5. E5 How to measure the talent you manage

3.1.2.5.6. E6 Online soft-skills learning post GFC

3.1.2.6. F

3.1.2.6.1. F1 Training Indigenous Australians from remote communities for greater social engagement and enhanced employment opportunities

3.1.2.6.2. F2 DIY ID: Releasing your inner Instructional Designer

3.1.2.6.3. F3 Smarter deeper learning

3.1.2.6.4. F4 Maintaining effective design when using rapid authoring tools

3.1.2.6.5. F5 Change is the new normal for learning leaders

3.1.2.6.6. F6 Strategy for eLearning adoption & acceptance for government

3.2. Day 2 - Thursday June 10 19:00 - 10:30

3.2.1. Frontliner Sessions

3.2.1.1. G

3.2.1.1.1. G1 Emotional engagement equals audience action: Using film, theatre and narrative to tell your story.

3.2.1.1.2. G2 Learning at the speed of thought

3.2.1.1.3. G3 The engagement factor

3.2.1.1.4. G4 Using Moodle LMS as a cost-effective solution to improve learning and workforce capabilities within the corporate sector

3.2.1.1.5. G5 Don’t raid the piggy bank; How to avoid costly e-Learning failures and achieve rapid return on investment

3.2.1.1.6. G6 Successfully moving from face to face training to e-learning

3.2.1.1.7. G7 How well do e-learners really learn?

3.2.1.2. H

3.2.1.2.1. H1 Aligning learning with business needs

3.2.1.2.2. H2 It’s hip to be green: Did the training lead to a change in behaviour?

3.2.1.2.3. H3 Online learning: 30 minutes from approval to launch

3.2.1.2.4. H4

3.2.1.2.5. H5 Rapid Interactivity Building Approach for Creating Learning Games, Simulations, Virtual Worlds in Minutes

3.2.1.2.6. H6 Learning for the Sustainable Enterprise

3.2.1.2.7. H7 The Space Between Trapezes

3.2.1.3. I

3.2.1.3.1. I1 Learning Leaders: Learn how to write like Obama

3.2.1.3.2. I2 Learning in the cloud

3.2.1.3.3. I3 Debunking elearning bluff and buster

3.2.1.3.4. I4 How to succeed in learning without really training

3.2.1.3.5. I5 Project planning for successful e-learning deployment

3.2.1.3.6. I6

3.2.1.3.7. I7 Assess where it matters - everywhere

4. General Information

4.1. Registration Options

4.1.1. Company Purchase Order # (You will be invoiced via email)

4.1.1.1. Cheque Payment (You will be invoiced via email)

4.1.1.1.1. Credit Card (You will receive a receipt via email)

4.1.2. Your invoice will contain the required details. We accept the following credit cards: Visa - MasterCard - Amex – Diners Register Online www.learnx.net Registration Form

4.1.2.1. EFT Payment

4.1.3. Ph 1300 880 326 Within Australia Ph +612 9688 6576 Outside Australia

4.1.3.1. Express Registration

4.1.4. Early Bird Ends May 31 2 Day Package $790 1 Day Package $430 Regular Starts June 1 2 Day Package $840 1 Day Package $455 10% group discount applies (3 or more) on all 2 day packages.

4.1.4.1. Registration Fees (include GST)

4.1.5. Questions? Email: [email protected]

4.1.6. Registration cannot be confirmed without payment.

4.1.7. Cancellation

4.1.7.1. All cancellations will be subject to a $50 processing fee. All cancellations must be received in writing by May 10, 2010. No refunds will be given after this date. A substitute delegate can be nominated or registration can be transferred to the following LearnX Asia Pacific 2011. In the event of nonattendance registrants will be liable for payment.

4.2. Accommodation

4.2.1. We have partnered with the award winning company ‘Corporate Travel Management’ to ensure you get the best service and deals when organising your travel and accommodation needs. They have a 24 hr emergency travel service for your peace of mind. Call 1800 630 866 and quote LEARNX09 to get the best rates available or email: [email protected]

4.3. Special Dietary Requirements

4.3.1. Close to the time you will receive an email from the registration team asking about any special dietary requirements.

4.4. At the Conference

4.4.1. Name Badges / Personal ID

4.4.1.1. For security reasons each person will be required to wear their personalised access badge at all times during the event. Delegates will receive a new badge each day from the information desk upon arrival.

4.4.2. Dress Code

4.4.2.1. Smart casual dress is appropriate for LearnX 2010 and as room temperatures may vary, we suggest you wear layered clothing to make sure you are comfortable.

4.4.3. Onsite Information Desk

4.4.3.1. The information desk will be operational within the following times: Wednesday June 9 08.00am – 18.00pm Thursday June 10 08.00am – 12.30pm

4.4.4. Delegate Bags

4.4.4.1. Upon arrival all delegates will be provided with an opportunity to receive an environmentally friendly bag to hold sponsor information and other documentation at the event.

4.4.5. Car Parking

4.4.5.1. The Sydney Exhibition Centre car park rate is $28 per day. Entrance is located on Darling Drive. Please note that payment can be made by credit card or cash only they do not accept Eftpos. Other major carparks are located at Harbour-side Exhibition Halls, and the Entertainment Centre complemented by Star City and Pyrmont Street parking Stations. For more information visit www.darlingharbour.com.au

4.5. Disclaimer & Liability

4.5.1. E-Learning & Training Magazine reserves the right to alter or cancel any part of this program at anytime without notice, however the program is intended to run as advertised.

4.6. Venue

4.6.1. Darling Harbour is Sydney's most exciting tourism precinct. Located on the waterfront within walking distance of the heart of the city, the area offers all that visitors love about Sydney - from great restaurants and live entertainment to beautiful gardens and fantastic attractions.

4.6.1.1. Attractions

5. The Remarkables

5.1. Mike Skinner - Importance of governance and change management CEO and President - Operitel Corporation

5.1.1. Operitel Corporation is one of Canada’s fastest growing E-Learning/E-Commerce providers. Mr. Skinner has guided Operitel through the many stages of corporate growth including seed investment, management team assembly, resource training, competitive research, product development, client adoption, product marketing, client support and client retention. Mr. Skinner has also played an integral role in building the consulting services division by establishing Operitel as an Independent Software Vendor for Microsoft, as well as a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Michael developed the methodology and standards for rapid web development that are currently used throughout the Operitel Application Engineering Division. In addition, Mr. Skinner coauthored the Chapter “Changing your LMS from hype to happiness” which has been published in the “Plan to Learn: Case studies in eLearning Project Management” and “eLearning Project Management: Canadian Perspective”. Mr. Skinner also coauthored two whitepapers on elearning: Effective Management of Distributed Educational Content and e-Commerce and e-Learning.

5.2. Ramesh Nava - Best practices in test development Vice President & General Manager - Prometric Asia Pacific, Japan & Africa

5.2.1. Ramesh Nava is Vice President and General Manager, Asia Pacific, Japan and Africa at Prometric, the US-based global leader in technology-enabled testing and assessment services. Ramesh focuses on developing strategies and leading Prometric’s service business growth in the Asia Pacific, Japan and Africa regions. A veteran of the ICT industry, Ramesh has been involved in the development of the use of technology and business growth across the Asia Pacific region for over twenty years. Prior to joining Prometric, he worked at several leading multi-national organizations including System Access, iCentric Software, Hewlett-Packard, Netscape and Sun Microsystems, all based in Asia Pacific. Ramesh Nava is a subject matter expert on business growth in the Asia Pacific markets and has been successful in developing and executing expansion strategies for businesses across the region. He has presented papers on the adoption of technology as well as strategies for the development and expansion of education and certification businesses across the Asia Pacific region. A native of Singapore, Ramesh received his Bachelor of Engineering from the National University of Singapore and an MBA in Strategic Marketing from the University of Hull, United Kingdom. He is also the recipient of the inaugural Learning Leader Award at LearnX Asia Pacific 2008. Ramesh is based in Singapore.

5.3. Jan Bayliss - Infusing learning into the culture of your organisation Consulting and Technical Services Manager - SkillSoft Asia Pacific

5.3.1. Jan Bayliss is SkillSoft’s Consulting and Technical Services Manager, Asia Pacific, and is responsible in overseeing the entire Consulting and Technical Services operation in the region. This includes managing her team of Learning Consultants and Application Engineers who support every element of an e-learning program cycle from pre and post sales, program implementation, marketing and management, to client satisfaction of SkillSoft’s products and services. Jan ensures that her team’s knowledge and expertise are relevant to today’s business challenges to provide consultation to clients in their e-learning initiatives. Jan is committed to on-going process improvement, ensuring her team deliver the highest standards in practice and service, while fulfilling clients’ changing business requirements and expectations. With more than 20 years of expertise in corporate training, Jan has held many positions in training and development and e-learning. They include Advance Bank – St George Bank, Franklins Limited, Pollack Partners, and ANZ bank. During her time within the Banking and Finance Industry Jan also held positions in customer service and skills development.

5.4. Beth Gilbert - Training for success: Align employee learning with your organisation’s business strategy Online Training Solutions Manager - Citrix GoToTraining

5.4.1. Beth Gilbert joined Citrix Online in 2007 and is responsible for directing and executing the go-to-market strategy for GoToWebinar and GoToTraining. One of Beth’s main focuses over the past two years has been to understand the evolving needs and trends in the Web events and corporate training space. Prior to joining Citrix Online, Beth was a Product and Marketing Manager at InfoGenesis, where she developed and implemented the global product strategy for one of their hospitality product lines. In this role, she proactively supported sales and marketing efforts through ongoing training, coaching, customer presentations and Webinars. She earned her M.A. in Organizational Design and Effectiveness at Fielding Graduate University.

6. LearnX Awards

7. Quick Links

7.1. Contact Us

7.1.1. Postal Address

7.1.1.1. P O Box 6127 Parramatta B.C. New South Wales 2150 Australia

7.1.2. Telephone

7.1.2.1. Within Australia 1300 880 326

7.1.2.2. Outside Australia 61 2 9688 6576

7.1.3. Email

7.1.4. Fax

7.1.4.1. Within Australia 1300 880 326

7.1.4.2. Outside Australia 61 2 9688 6576

7.2. Event Brochure

7.2.1. Digital Format

7.2.2. PDF Format

7.3. Exhibition Layout

7.3.1. Layout

8. Using the LearnX 2010 Mindmap

8.1. How did we build it?

8.1.1. Building this Mindmap - 4 people in 3 countries

8.1.1.1. Available online 24x7 https://www.mindmeister.com/maps/show/50893430at or http://bit.ly/learnx

8.1.2. Built collaboratively by 3 people in 3 different locations

8.1.2.1. Mindmapping Tool - MindMeister

8.1.2.1.1. Benefits of using MindMeister

8.1.2.1.2. Editions

8.1.2.2. Built by KnowledgeWorking

8.2. Accessing the Mindmap

8.2.1. You require an internet connection

8.2.1.1. iPhone or iPod Touch

8.2.1.2. Computer

8.2.1.3. Browser

8.2.1.4. ipad

8.2.2. Navigating the Mindmap

8.2.2.1. Expand the nodes

8.2.2.2. Click the links to access other maps or URLS