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Wednesday 31 January 2018. 9:00am -
Wednesday 31 January 2018. 12:00pm
Members: HKD 850
Non-Members: HKD 1000
Are you tired of not getting an effective training for your investment? Start creating innovative e-learning that drives performance.
By attending this workshop, you will be able to:
1.  Take your current training on an evolution to lead the field in the fast-changing world
2.  Find the best strategies for your corporate training
3.  Choose the most suitable learning management system
4.  Experience digital tools to make learning more effective
5.  Apply the latest e-learning trends to engage your learners, such as storytelling, gamification


1.  E-learning concepts and strategies in corporate training
2.  Digital tools enriching your company training
•    Choose the most effective Learning Management System
•    Transform boring training into an interesting storytelling
•    Make engaging e-learning with interactive authoring tools
•    Motivate adult learners with meaningful gamification
Dr. Timothy HEW
Associate Professor of Education at the University of Hong Kong, his research primarily focuses on instructional design and e-learning environments. He serves on numerous editorial boards such as the British Journal of Educational Technology.
With a career focus that embraces and specializes in e-learning in today’s global business world, Ivy is an instructional designer with Fung Group. She lectures e-learning strategies and management at HKU. She has made and is driven to continue making an important valuable difference to the way we educate professionals to get the edge.
Jiani WANG
Founder of First Bloom Limited, has more than 10 years of work experience in training and instructional design. First Bloom creates high-performance training solutions for companies who are seeking for optimizing training outcomes.

Location Info

the french chamber of commerce and industry in hong kong, 18/f, on hing building, 1 on hing terrace. central, hong kong