Brightwave is delighted to learn that Caroline Freeman, Senior Learning Designer has been elected to sit on the eLearning Network Board.
The eLearning Network (eLN) is a non-profit organisation with over 3,000 UK and international members. It exists to provide guidance on best practice and future e-learning trends in work-based learning and development.
The eLN appointed seven new Directors this year who join the Board in offering guidance, advice and expertise to the learning community as well as helping to steer the organisation.
Alison Mitchell-Innes, Brightwave's Director of Talent, said:
"We are delighted that Caroline has been elected to join the eLN Board; a great opportunity for her to impart her extensive knowledge of online learning and share her experiences. She is a respected member of our expert team who I know will be a valuable asset to the eLN community."
Caroline Freeman said:
"I was over the moon to hear of the voting result. It's a privilege to join the eLN Board and I'm excited at the prospect of working with the eLN community to explore future trends in technology-based learning."
Caroline has worked at Brightwave as both a Project Manager and Learning Designer, creating effective and engaging learning solutions, and has over 20 years' experience in interactive media and broadcast TV. Having seen the career development benefits that networking brings for people in those industries, she draws on this experience to contribute to the growth and effectiveness of the eLN to meet the continual changing needs of its membership.