Associations as trainers & Learning Management Systems (Webinar)
Associations are ideally placed to educate their members and aspirants seeking to enter their profession or sector. This 1-hour webinar will address:
- Factors that make an association suitable to offer training
- Why significant training is more than a series of webinars
- Utilising learning design and Learning Management Systems technology
Registrations are free for not-for-profit organisations.
John Peacock, Chief Executive Officer, Associations Forum
John is one of Australia’s most experienced advisors to associations and charities and is a thought leader for the associations sector. He is a regular presenter, both nationally and internationally, on matters essential to the governance and operations of associations, charities and other mutual bodies.
Since 2000, John has trained and consulted to hundreds of associations and charities, large and small, on strategic planning, governance, Board effectiveness, operations, restructuring, financial issues and external reviews.
His particular areas of specialisation are mergers of associations and developing association plans that can be translated into actions, budgets and job descriptions.
Wendy Rowland, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Hand Therapy Association
Wendy Rowland is a visionary committed to the association sector. Wendy uses collaborative leadership and best practice governance principles to deliver strategic outcomes for boards and members. She enjoys working with clinicians, academics, stakeholders, other professional associations and expert peers to explore and implement opportunities for mutually beneficial partnerships, research, innovation and growth.
Wendy was appointed the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Hand Therapy Association in December 2019. She has made significant contributions over two decades – for the Australian College of Perioperative Nurses, Asthma Foundations Australia and Life Saving Victoria.
Wendy has supported Associations Forum for many years and has a passion for networking and identifying new advances that assist the sector to address efficiencies and challenges. Wendy has a Bachelor of Education with a double major in Physical Education, Health and Nutrition and a Graduate Diploma in Business Management (Sport Management).