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  Award Winners in Action Session
    Day 2    12:10pm - 12:40pm

Tony Nye, L&D Consultant - Australian Red Cross Blood Service
Tony has been with the Blood Service for 22 years. He held a number of roles in the manufacturing laboratories before moving into Learning and Development in 2005. In his current role he is a Learning and Development Consultant in the Instructional Design team. His internal clients are Processing (where donations are processed into blood products) and Inventory and Distribution (where blood products are sent out to hospitals). In this role he develops and maintains induction and orientation programs for each function, and provides capability solutions to support process change projects (new processes, software and equipment).
Blended Learning at the Red Cross Blood Service
See how the Blood Service used Articulate Studio, a handy cam and in-house resources to create a blended learning model that is saving hundreds of hours in training time, and won the platinum award in the blended learning category. 
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Key Learnings:
 - A templated approach to teaching manual procedures online
 - Lessons learned in the use of learning technologies (Articulate Studio, Video camera,
   Adobe Premiere Elements 10)
 - How to blend eLearning, coaching and engagement of line managers to drive success


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