Brisbane Fishbowl

When: Wednesday 17 October 2018
8am – 10am


PD Training

Level 2, 21 Mary Street

Brisbane, 4000

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What: We have brought together a panel of nationally and internationally recognised experts, who are ready to share their stories and years of experience by inviting the audience to participate in a unique Fishbowl format discussion. You will enjoy a selection of healthy and contemporary buffet style breakfast options as you network and connect with like-minded participants. The cost is $65.00 pp, with breakfast included.

The panel:

Matthew Mason is an instructional design specialist with experience working with individuals, training organisations and corporate training departments to develop effective and engaging training resources that result in better training, better outcomes and better returns.

Matthew turns their expertise into innovative and engaging online resources, using the SUPERB principles of good learning experience design.

Using modern instructional design methodologies, combined with the latest educational technologies.

Matthew has developed a range of training resources including print based resources, eLearning resources and digital publications.
Kim Tuohy is a passionate instructional designer and eLearning developer with a background in organisational development, learning, training and graphic design.

She is the founder of Belvista Studios, a global end to end eLearning studio.

Kim likes to inspire learning through creative training solutions that solve business problems.

Projects have included training for human-centred design, inductions and compliance topics such as bullying and harassment, health and safety and code of conducts.
Roshelle Weir combines her experience in financial services, human centred design and learning and development to innovate value adding experiences for learners with organisations in an ever changing environment.

A recent graduate of Standford’s innovation and entrepreneurial course she is the cofounder of Decida that leverages artificial intelligence to deliver digital coaching.

In addition to her own business, Roshelle brings a unique perspective to her role as a Senior Consultant for Liberate eLearning, an Australian based digital design company.

Roshelle has exposure to a variety of learning strategies and emerging technologies being used to create engaging learning experiences as organisations strive to create learning based cultures that will be relevant for the future way of work.
Andrea O' Halloran is a commercially-driven, highly-effective human resources manager with extensive business partnering, consulting and education experience in global, corporate, government and non-profit organisations, in Australia and the UK.

MBA qualified with robust commercial experience, Andrea takes a collaborative approach and leverages the contributions of people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives to achieve significant improvements to the culture and systems that sustain inclusive practices.

With qualifications and a keen interest in governance, Andrea is an experienced chair, secretary and treasurer for non-profit, social and community enterprises.

Andrea respectfully challenges the status quo to achieve things that most people think are impossible.
Jonathan Nalder has been an Educator for 18 years where his mission has been to help learners and teachers transition to working digitally.

He has chosen recently to ramp things up by founding the community to think beyond today to help learners know how to plan for a successful future. As director, he investigates and has shared solutions across Australia, the US and Asia to ensure everyone can benefit from the digital future.

Jonathan is convinced that education, digital learning and futures thinking has the potential to transform lives. As an Advance Queensland Digital Community Champion, ShapingEdu Ambassador, Apple Distinguished Educator and Gen In Student Innovation Challenge board member, he will continue to help learners shift their thinking and embrace the post-work era.