Key InfoSingapore Workforce Development Agency Institute for Adult Learning
The theme of the Adult Learning Symposium 2014 (ALS) is Transforming CET:Innovation in Workplace Practice and Learning
It focuses on the areas of:
- New media and technology
- Enhancements in practice
- Community and collaboration
Network with like-minded professionals in people learning and development and realise opportunities for collaboration!
Who should attend the Adult Learning Symposium
- Leaders of CET institutions or companies with in-house training capabilities
- Professional Adult Educators in training delivery, curriculum development and assessment design
- Human Resource Development professionals involved in staff/workforce development and training
- Professionals in public service involved in developing and reviewing public policy related to workforce competitiveness
What you stand to gain from Adult Learning Symposium 2014
- Extract the most out of on-demand access and create new ways of learning and learning delivery through digital and mobile devices, or any other technology platforms.
- Explore new methodologies, glean new insights towards learning, skills, productivity and performance, and share new approaches in the engagement of learners and delivery of learning.
- Exploit the power of groups through collaboration, synergies and combined talent to inspire and realise a learning transformation.
The conversations and discussions at this year's ALS seeks to share insights on learning, skills, productivity and performance and explore alternative ways of learning and learning delivery.
What is the cost for registration?
The registration fees are as follows:
|Delegate type||Early bird (ENDED ON 16TH JUNE 2014)||Standard|
|Non-AEN Members & International Delegates||S$802.50||S$941.60|
Conference fee is inclusive of 7% GST
Find out more about AEN and register here.
Organised by Institute for Adult Learning (IAL), a division of the Singapore Workforce Development agency (WDA).
The Adult Learning Symposium is organised by the Institute for Adult Learning (IAL), a division of the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) that facilitates the development of an effective, innovative and responsive Continuous Education and Training (CET) ecosystem. IAL does so by raising capabilities, catalysing innovation and leading research in workforce development.
Find out more about IAL here.