London, UK – 25 May 2010: Redtray hosted the first in a series of Inspirations Days, designed to inspire optimal business transformation through people, last week. Attended by over fifty L&D Managers, Training Managers and Learning experts from all walks of industry, the event highlighted that one of greatest hurdles in the industry was driving staff and customers to complete learning activities.
The event was deemed a resounding success with its focus on knowledge sharing and discussion, identifying and providing solutions to challenges and showcasing the latest learning technologies. Most noted were the practical solutions presented by Samantha Hansford, Training and Development Manager EMEA for American Express. Samantha’s top tips to ensure e-learning success included:
Also presenting on the day and sharing their wealth of experiences and lessons learned over the years were Robert Humphrey, EMEA Functional Learning and Development Manager of CSC and Adam Williams, Program Delivery Manager of NATS.
Inspirations Day attendees expressed their satisfaction with the event and all agreed that the speakers were informative and interesting. They found Inspirations Day to be a thought-provoking event, spurring them to reconsider how they approach learning activities.
Bob Woodland, Chairman and CEO of Redtray, explains “that it was fantastic to have such a great turn out to our first Inspirations Day and it was a privilege to hear client success stories and the challenges they had overcome. As an industry leader, it is our role to foster knowledge sharing and to provide an opportunity for senior level managers to network and learn from one another’s experiences. This is the best way forward in terms of improving industry best practice and also a great way to support our clients in the roles they perform.”
Redtray is one of Europe’s leading Training Outsourcing providers and the trusted partner of many FTSE 250 organisations. Established in 2001, Redtray develops innovative and award–winning workforce performance optimisation programmes and delivers them to tens of thousands of staff each year. Using the latest blended learning approaches Redtray enables its clients to develop the skills of its people so they can deliver on their business goals – whilst increasing the value of training and reducing its cost by half.
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