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current yum enews: april!

by | Jun 2, 2010 | blended learning, Creative Media, eLearning, Erin M McCuskey, yumproductions

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go blog yourself!

calling all potential bloggers…time to go blog yourself!

don’t miss out on our free yuminar happening this week.
all you have to do is click here https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/831790602 to get signed up all nice and easy like. then come wednesday lunch time join us for the guff and stuff on why blogging can help your business. you won’t even break into any sort of sweat or anything.
date: Wednesday april 21st
time: 12 – 12.45 pm
place: your computer

take a bite out of our tasty eLearning news…its delicious


TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment will have a delayed start, instead of April we are looking to start late May. Limited places of course because we love smaller groups – you get the attention you need and we get the success you need… perfect… questions & enrolments to events@yum.vic.edu.au

Innovation indeedy we do… high five to Wimmera Hub and yum for securing one of only 35 national projects funded in this year’s Australian Flexible Learning Framework E-learning Innovation Projects. Wimmera Hub Youth in eLearning is an exciting project that will give students the opportunity to use webinars, blogging, wordpress, high definition recording and video and sound editing compression techniques, to create content and resources to acompany their learning and assessments. we’ll keep you in the loop about this one.

TAA eLearning competencies did somebody say semester 2!? that’s right folks Tuesday the 20th of July is when our semester 2 season kicks off. take a spekky with this ever popular public course (footy metaphor anyone?). check out the details here or drop Michael a line and he’ll give you the lowdown.

ecapability forum project developing eLearning capability is a complex, ongoing and organisation-wide challenge. lucky for you yum is involved in delivering the ecapability forum project at http://ecapability.com.au/ the 3rd Webinar in the series is coming up and in it we’ll explore the eLearning innovations programme and its impact on building ecpability in RTOs in developing sustainable eLearning outcomes for their business partners and the community – with Victorian innovations coordinator Howard Errey.

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