Seminar: 'Spread the wealth: Learning for change across diverse organisations'
Venue: Learning Technologies Summer Forum Theatre 1, Olympia Central, London
Date: 14th June 2016
Time: 3.00pm – 3.30pm
Brightwave Group – the leading agency for next generation learning solutions, products and services – shares knowledgeable insight and experience from two recent projects where innovative game-based learning technologies were used to extend beyond the internal corporate audience and increase knowledge levels amongst wider, multi-sector, public audiences.
Learning for change across diverse organisations
The line between 'learning goals' and 'business objectives' is blurring. In a complex world, learning becomes imperative to communicating and engaging with both internal and external stakeholders.
Colin Welch, Head of Production and Sophie Costin, Senior Learning Designer lead a practical, case study-led session focusing on real examples of impactful projects that use diverse game mechanics and cutting-edge learning design to engage varied audiences.
"We recently worked with 3M – market leaders in abrasives manufacturing and sales – and delivered a custom interactive Health and Safety game that promotes their abrasive products and demonstrates Health and Safety best practice to their customers. It has fantastic features and functionality – a game my team and I are extremely proud of. I'm looking forward to sharing our thinking!"
"I'm excited to showcase a new interactive solution we've created for the University of Greenwich that helps students plan for their future careers. The platform is built for any student in secondary education and uses mixed media such as quizzes, video, and animation to explain the concepts of careers and employability."
Brightwave is sponsoring The Learning Technologies Summer Forum and exhibiting on stand 16, showcasing their latest solutions and current products - including their award-winning collaborative learning system tessello. Places at the event may be booked online via the Learning Technologies Summer Forum website.
Brightwave's latest employee study is available to download and provides details of what creates an engaged employee, the key business impacts of engagement, and who should be responsible for engagement in a business.