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Top 10 tips for taking control of your professional development

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Top 10 tips for taking control of your professional development

Knowledge is power – but how do you plug into new ideas when budget-conscious organisations are flipping the switch on professional development (PD)? The free webinar I delivered in May focused on the wealth of opportunities available online. Based on the research, learning and development theories and my own experiences that went into that presentation,… Continue reading Top 10 tips for taking control of your professional development

Enhance your brain in 2 minutes

Published on: Author: KerryJ Leave a comment
Enhance your brain in 2 minutes

Heard of power posing? No, I’m not talking about what lumpy body builders do when oiled up for the cameras – I’m talking body language. Powerful people take up more space, they are more confident, more willing to take risk and more likely to participate in classrooms with their hands raised high and will actively… Continue reading Enhance your brain in 2 minutes

Is E-learning in the trough of disillusionment?

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Gartner Hype cycle

Research from the National VET E-learning Project tells us 50 percent of employers and 51% of RTOs (Registered Training Organisations) say they are using some online learning activities with learners. 90% of learners want at least SOME e-learning in the mix when they get training. Yet for the past four years, the same research tells… Continue reading Is E-learning in the trough of disillusionment?