Monday, January 21, 2008

Business case for e-learning

The Australian Flexible Learning Framework, are sponsoring free workshops on How to write a business case for e-learning in February and March 2008. The workshops are intended for businesses interested in developing in house e-learning. This is part of a $15 million federal and state Australian government e-learning strategy.
  1. Professional development workshop (1½ hours)
    • learn about the basics of a business case
    • hear from and ask questions of a previous successful Framework funded industry or RTO champion regarding their business case and its implementation
    • explore the resources available on the E-learning for Industry website that will assist you in writing a business case, eg the Practical guide to e-learning for industry
    • write a business case using a workshop template
    • access the free online learning resource “How to write a business case for e-learning”.
  2. Optional information session (funding opportunities through the 2008 Innovation Program of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework)
    • national funding for an Industry Integration of E-learning project
    • state/territory funding for an E-learning Innovations project (advice provided at most state/territory workshops).
From: E-learning for Industry, Commonwealth of Australia, 2008

ps: The title of the workshop reminds me of the comedy "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". In it, there was the company "World Wide Wicket", which is remarkably close to "World Wide Web". ;-)

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