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Learning Design Summit The Game Changer for Learning Professionals

Pravasi Bhushan

Pravasi Bhushan

Graduate certificate in E-Learning Design Principles and Methods, Carnegie Mellon University, US ATD Master Instructional Designer™, Association for Talent Development, US Consulting Skills Certificate, Association for Talent Development, US

Assistant Director
Ernst & Young (EY)

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About this Speaker

Pravasi is a learning consultant with over 15 years of experience. He started his career as a classroom facilitator, conducting workshops across multiple cities of India on behavioural skills, helping organizations and individuals manage their clients, teams, and self. He also spent considerable time with students of various professional colleges facilitating sessions to increase their employability. After a few years of facilitation, he ventured into the world of instructional design. Over the years Pravasi has established, led, trained and coached teams of trainers and instructional designers in various organizations. His learning designs and solutions have been used by many organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, for audiences around the globe. Pravasi believes in evidence-based learning and specializes in designing learning programs that follow backward design model, thereby ensuring each program meets targeted business objectives. Over the years Pravasi has earned various credentials and certifications from world-renowned organizations such as Association for Talent Development (ATD), Carnegie Mellon University etc.

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