I like to think of myself as an elearning architect; creating the building blocks and designing the structure of innovative elearning and blended learning solutions. I am a huge enthusiast of all that technology can offer to enhance a learning environment and love working with organisations to broaden their horizons on how elearning can provide effective, engaging and budget-conscious training for them.
I have been in the elearning industry for over fourteen years now and in 2005, founded LearningAge Solutions Ltd, now LAS. Last year I was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution Gold Award at the eLearning Awards and have been named on the 2016 UK eLearning Movers and Shakers List. I have led and managed projects for many premier organisations in the UK and beyond, including University of Cambridge, Visa CEMEA, RBS, Mars, Sellafield Ltd, The Environment Agency, Jobcentre Plus and the DTI.
So what’s my USP? Well, I am able to combine top-level strategic thinking with creative flair and technical knowledge. I believe in finding the right learning technology for the training need and this need not always be the most expensive, all-singing, all-dancing solution. My clients tell me that I am easy to work with and I pride myself on my honest, straightforward approach.
I have been the elected Chair of the eLearning Network. I regularly speak at national and intentional conferences and judge awards. I am the editor and author of the Really Useful eLearning Instruction Manual, published by Wiley and featuring contributions from the brightest and best elearning minds on both sides of the Atlantic. I love to share knowledge and am passionate about encouraging others to join this fantastic industry and make best use of all the exciting learning technologies out there.