Day 1 - Monday 15th May 2000

1030

 

COFFEE

1100

 

Huw
Williams

WELCOME & INTRODUCTION

1130

Ted
Zwierzina
ABN
AMRO

THE CUSTOMER VISION OF TRAINING IN 2010: THEIR EXPECTATIONS?

Ted Zwierzina, Director of ABN AMRO Academy will present a customer perspective on their expectations of the IT Training industry in ten years time.

1300   

 

LUNCH

1400 All

PULSE OF THE INDUSTRY

All companies are asked to give their views of current issues and future trends affecting the IT Training Industry.

1515  

TEA

1530   

Mark
Frank
IBM

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT MODELS FOR 2010

To Anticipate Curriculum Development Models We First Have To Anticipate Future Students.
"Most students will be outside the IT department." "Students will need to keep on learning almost continuously as part of their job - little and often." "Management will want to control learning. They will want to know who has learned what, how much did it cost, and did they really learn it. Management (and students) will expect learning to relate to their job and their applications".

What Does This Mean For Curriculum Development?
"We must take technology-based training for granted - the classroom is for special cases." "We have to separate content from delivery. Increasingly we are going to need to change these independently of each other."

 

 

Day 2 - Tuesday 16th May 2000

0900  

Mike
Dowsey
Chairman

CEdMA EUROPE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

 

0930

 

COFFEE

1000

Norman
Buckberry
Autodesk

LEARNING OBJECT MODULES: A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

To present a review of work done, and experience gained, over the last 18 months in creating a IEEE standards-compliant pilot system to deliver Learning Object Modules from a WEB Database

1130

All

PLANNING THE  NEXT CONFERENCE

1230  

 

LUNCH

1330

Hewlett
Packard

INTEGRATED LEARNING MODULE

Hewlett-Packard will discuss the ethos behind and their experiences with their Integrated Learning Model. Particular reference will be made to courseware development and delivery, and their future objectives.

1445

All

CLOSING THE LOOP

General Forum to see how we can build towards the customer viewpoint outlined on Monday

15th-16th May 2000

SAP

S'-Hertogenbosch,
The Netherlands

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