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Learning Design Summit The Game Changer for Learning Professionals

Decisions that impact learning redesign projects

A talk by Pravasi Bhushan
Assistant Director, Ernst & Young (EY)

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Learning professionals are getting increasing number of requests to convert classroom training for online delivery. There are many drivers for this - efficiency, environmental conditions etc. However, converting a classroom learning into a blended program is quite challenging and if it's not done the right way then it negatively impacts learning effectiveness and brings a bad name to the L&D team. Not only that, it can have a negative impact on your personal brand as an L&D professional.

In this talk we will focus on various factors that one needs to consider before, during and after redesigning a program so as to increase the probability of success. This talk is meant for learning leaders, managers, designers and professionals who interact with business stakeholders helping them make the right decisions.

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

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