FutureFocus Workforce Webinar: Learning & Development Thursday 24 June via Zoom, with event partner Think Learning
1.30 Chair’s welcome: Rachel Andrew, Head of Learning and Organisational Development, The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
1.35 What to think About when you think about learning: Lori Niles-Hofmann, senior learning strategist specialising in large-scale digital learning transformations
- practical evaluation strategies to demonstrate ROI
- how to make content design decisions in blended curricula
- new technologies coming forward and how to integrate with them
- what accessibility factors might you be overlooking and how to fix them
2.20 How can technology support ‘learning in the flow of work’?: Matt Mundey, Commercial Director, Think Learning
2.45 Reflect, review, re-imagine: Will Young, Assistant Head of HSC Leadership Centre, Northern Ireland
3.45 Breakouts – attendees choose one
- Switching on-line – a learning journey and the learning and engagement of others: Rachel Andrew, Head of Learning and Organisational Development; The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
- Educating our future workforce in COVID times and beyond: Heather Probert, Therapy Lead, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
- Minority Ethnic Allyship, at Leeds Community Healthcare: Satti Saggu, CAMHS Transformation Project Manager and Trina Glynn, BME Facilitator (Lead for Allyship & Reverse Mentoring Programmes), Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
4.25 Chair’s closing remarks
Keynote: Lori Niles-Hofmann – a senior learning strategist with over 20 years of L&D experience across many industries, including international banking, management consulting, and marketing. Her specialization is large-scale digital learning transformations. Lori is passionate about helping organisations navigate through the ambiguity of change.
Keynote: Will Young is an experienced Organisational Development Consultant and is currently the Assistant Head of the HSC Leadership Centre which is responsible for providing organisational and leadership development support to Northern Ireland Health and Social Care and the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Services in Northern Ireland. He joined the Centre in 2001, having accumulated 10 years’ experience as an accountant prior to this and in a variety of posts within health and social care including Finance, Human Resources & IT.
Matt Mundey, Commercial Director of Think Learning, has over 15 years’ experience supporting organisations (including 40 UK NHS Trusts) to manage and enhance the development of their people through the use of learning technologies. He has expert knowledge and understanding of how to configure and implement the Totara product suite within complex organisations and regulated sectors, to meet diverse and challenging educational needs. Matt’s work (alongside his commercial colleagues, Jamie Harwood and Alise Sulca) has made Think Learning’s healthcare-focused LMS the most widely-used independent Learning Management System in the UK NHS.
Satti Saggu is an NHS Project Manager employed by the Business Change and Development Service for Leeds Community Healthcare (LCH). This work involves working with services within the organisation to design, implement, and review transformations. I have a driven desire to improve patient care and maximise the utilisation of resources. As a vice-chair of the LCH Race Equality Network I help the trust meet challenges it faces on improving the experiences colleagues from ethnic minority background. The ground-breaking Allyship programme has been instrumental in helping address the challenges faced by ethnic minorities colleagues at LCH.
Trina Glynn. My present role as LCH BME Programme facilitator (Reverse mentoring & Allyship Programme Lead) coalesces perfectly against a backdrop of may many years working as an RGN and of managing services. Each have served to both ignite and fuel my passion for ensuring equity and equality in the workplace – thereby lending my voice in making a constructive difference and empowering collective leadership within the NHS.
Heather Probert MSc HCPC is Therapy lead for Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) at Harefield Hospital. She is Co-Chair of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Cardiac Rehabilitation (ACPICR) and is an ordinary officer on the British Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Council. She has 15 years’ of experience in the field of CR including rehabilitation of Harefield complex advanced heart failure patients.
More about our FutureFocus: Learning & Development event partner
We’ve been supplying leading-edge Learning Management Systems in Healthcare for 15 years, and are deeply proud that 200,000 staff and managers in 40 NHS Trusts use our systems to manage their learning, compliance, appraisal, supervision, and CPD.
Working with Healthcare during the pandemic, we’ve created innovative new solutions to further support virtual learning, health and wellbeing plans, and 360 feedback processes. NHS clients trust our responsive, solution-focused, collaborative services, and our ESR experience in Acute, Mental Health, Community, Ambulance, and CSU settings.
Watch this 1-minute video for a quick overview of our NHS LMS features and benefits.
We have won Compliance and Best Healthcare Implementation awards, based on our case studies and feedback from our NHS clients.
We are delighted to be appearing with Lori Niles-Hofmann (an incredibly authoritative and experienced EdTech voice), and to be sponsoring the event to support the brilliant work done by the HPMA.
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