World of Learning Exhibition 2016

World of Learning Exhibition 2016

Location: The NEC, Birmingham - Website | Google Maps
Dates: 19th and 20th October 2016

Join us on the 19th and 20th October 2016 at the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition. The World of Learning is the UK's most comprehensive event for all aspects of Learning and Development (L&D). Showcasing a wide-range of solutions in everything from e-learning and mobile learning to experiential and classroom learning, the event is a 'one-stop-shop' for L&D professionals looking for a complete blend of learning solutions and inspiration.

You can find us on stand C40 at the exhibition promoting our latest technological innovations and bespoke e-learning content development services. Book in a meeting for on the day with one of our account managers here.

World of Learning Seminar Programme 2016

Our Senior Account Manager, Steve Finch will also be delivering a seminar as part of the World of Learning Seminar Programme 2016.

Speaker Profile

Steve is a seasoned e-learning professional with over 10 years in the industry. As Senior Account Manager at CDSM, he is responsible for generating new business and working with automotive brands including Honda, BMW and Mitsubishi to create and deliver industry-leading e-learning solutions. Prior to this, Steve lead the Project Management team at CDSM where he became skilled in agile methods of project management and delivery with a proficient ability to devise enterprise-level e-learning solutions for national and multinational corporations.

Seminar Information

e-Learning versus traditional learning: Calculating ROI
Location: Theatre 1
Date and Time: 12:15 - 12:45

Digital transformation is dramatically evolving the way we work at an accelerated pace. e-Learning has paved the way for a cost-effective delivery method compared to traditional face-to-face training. But in order to justify investment in an e-learning programme, many organisations have to put together a cost-justified business case. In this session, we will analyse the benefits of e-learning when compared with traditional face-to-face training, scrutinise the costs incurred when delivering both types of learning and master how to put together a business case for e-learning versus traditional learning calculating return-on-investment down to the last learner.

This will be followed by an ROI Q&A @ Stand C40 with L&D managers from Mitsubishi UK and Honda Motor Europe.

See the WOL site for full details.