Totara Learning is excited to be hosting its second APAC Totara User Conference on 5th and 6th June 2018 in Sydney, Australia.
This event will bring together the Totara community from a wide variety of sectors, including healthcare, government, not-for-profit, retail and more, to collaborate and learn from each other’s experiences in the L&D industry.
The main conference will take place on 5th June, with a morning keynote from DeakinCo’s senior learning and performance consultant, Arun Pradhan. Arun is highly recognised for his experience in the industry, winning the coveted Australian Institute of Training And Development’s 2017 L&D Professional of the Year Award, and being recognised internationally as a top thought leader in learning and development. His keynote session, ‘Learning in the future of work’, will focus on the accelerated pace of change in L&D, along with strategies for dealing with this.
The main conference will also include sessions from Totara Learning’s CEO Richard Wyles, Medcast’s Dr Stephen Barnett, Berry Street’s Aliki Christou, Law Society NSW’s Sharmaine Gewohn and more, who will be sharing their stories about making a positive impact on the business with learning technology and successful change management.
This will be followed by a day of Totara Partner-run workshops on 6th June. The workshops will focus on a range of topics, including the upcoming Totara mobile app, certification management, learner engagement, content curation with GO1, reporting and analytics and more. These informative workshops have all been designed to help attendees make the most of the freedom and flexibility of their Totara platforms.
Sue Dark, Channel Partner Manager for APAC at Totara Learning, said: “This is a conference which benefits all roles within the business, from HR and Learning & Development Managers to site administrators, trainers and learning designers. This is all about clients sharing their learning technology experiences with each other for successful business implementation.”
Everyone who attends the event will receive a Totara User Conference Open Badge.