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Webinar: Learning and returning to work

Webinar: Learning and returning to work

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Join Civica and ORCKID on Wednesday 20th October at 2pm - 3pm (UK), for a webinar exploring how L&D can support people as they return to their place of work, plus those working from home.

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So, we’re all ready to get back to the workplace – or are we?

For some people, home is now where the work is. For others, the office and a return to some kind of ‘normal’ is beckoning.

What if your organisation has a mix of these two types of employee? How can you make this new way of business life work for you and your people? It’s a tricky one.

As an L&D professional, you can help by:

  • Supporting your people with new knowledge and skills to meet changing demands, business goals and performance outcomes
  • Assisting with ongoing professional development
  • Using blended learning and learning solutions to engage a new hybrid workforce.

Alex Mackman, Managing Director of Agylia at Civica, and Andy Candler, Digital Learning Director at ORCKID, have a combined 50 years of experience in the design, development and digital transformation of learning.

During this 45-minute webinar we'll discuss:

  • The needs of your People
  • The needs of your Places
  • The needs of your Processes
  • The Future of Business Learning
  • Seven Simple Rules for Effective Digital Learning
  • A practical look at how the needs can be met by using high quality blended learning.

We’ll finish up with a Q&A session.

Book your place on the webinar.

Author: Agylia

This article was published by Agylia on 28.09.2021. Bringing you all the latest news about the Agylia LMS, CPD, Apps, learning creation and consultancy services.

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