Proving the impact of your learning experiences

Part 2 of 'The Invisible and the Disruptive: Learning Experience Design in Action'

As an L&D company, a lot of our clients have one very similar question in mind: how do we know a learning experience has been effective? 

With a whole lot to report on, how do learning data and learner feedback shape the solutions that we design and deliver, and how we get project owners to look beyond the delivery date? 

During this webinar, Head of Learning Experience, Jack Quantrill will put these questions to Senior Learning Designer, Stefan Eger and Learning Innovation Designer, Matt Watts where they’ll share how you can prove the impact of your learning experiences.

We explore:

Different models and approaches to gathering data on the impact of learning experiences

How this can affect the design and delivery method of learning experiences

Strategies and tools for gathering this data

The importance of pilot phases and user feedback on large scale projects

Practical examples of all these things in action

The Invisible and the Disruptive: Learning Experience Design in Action is a 3-part webinar series hosted by our talented Learning Experience Team. The term ‘Learning Experience’ has become common parlance in the industry but how does it change the way we approach developing content?  We’ll provide fascinating insight and practical tips to help you make the most of this shift in approach.

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Jack Quantrill
Head of Learning Experience
Jack has been developing online learning for over a decade. In that time, he has created and advised on learning for organisations as diverse as Barclays, The Ministry of Defence, Vodafone, DHL, Ofcom, RBS and E.ON. Having also led learning initiatives for The FA and Boots as an internal L&D professional, Jack always focuses on the wider context of learning experiences.
Stefan Eger
Senior Learning Designer
Stefan talks to clients about what they need and help them refine their ideas. Depending on the project, he draws up what he thinks is the best learning solution for his client and develops the script. Before joining Learning Pool, he used to be a face-to-face trainer for a utility company. In Stefan’s time here, he has worked on projects for EDF Energy, Sainsbury’s, OSTC and of course our very own catalogue of off-the-shelf learning!
Matt Watts
Learning Innovation Designer
Matt started his L&D career writing courses but soon discovered that his interest in tinkering with new technology could turn into a full-time role. He’s spent the last year immersed in the world of chatbots and conversational UX, drawing on the dialogue skills he developed during his Drama and Creative Writing degree to create an e-learning bot with personality and purpose. He also works with the Stream team to ensure that our LXP is built on sound learning theory.