Free seminars on best practice guidelines for implementing online learning

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11th Aug 2000
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Case studies and practical guidelines for introducing and implementing online learning will be presented at free seminars in London, Bristol, Manchester and Edinburgh, hosted by Xebec McGraw-Hill, the interactive learning company.

Aimed at HR practitioners, IT and Intranet managers, the seminars will explain the benefits of online learning as well as the practicalities of getting started; developing a business case; HR/IT liaison; creating an effective desktop learning environment; implementing an online pilot; marketing the concept and supporting learners.

“There’s a real hunger amongst trainers to learn more about the issues of going online and to share experiences,” said Michael Smith, Managing Director of Xebec McGraw-Hill. “These free seminars feature real-life case studies that bring out best practice tips and experiences to help organisations implement online learning successfully.”

Following feedback from three successful seminars held in June, Xebec McGraw-Hill has built in more time for small group activities and for hands-on sessions where delegates can test out online learning and sample the latest courses, covering business, management and personal skills development.

Presented by Xebec McGraw-Hill representatives and leading industry practitioners, the free seminars will be held in London (24 and 25 October), Bristol (31 October), Manchester (8 November) and Edinburgh (15 November).

Each runs from 9.30am to 3.30pm and includes a complimentary lunch. Places are limited to two per organisation and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

For further information, please call Suzanne Staddon at Xebec McGraw-Hill on 01453 837641 or e-mail: [email protected]

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