August 24, 2018

Join the competition to be part of Northern Health’s future

In early 2019, Northern Health will be implementing a powerful new Learning Management System (LMS) as an integrated and collaborative online learning space for the future.

The system will provide an exclusive learning environment for all employees and allow those within our community to connect with the traditional delivery of training in a digital form.

Michelle Fenwick, Executive Director, People and Culture, says the new LMS is about bridging the gap between employee qualifications and Northern Health’s business requirements.

“Fundamentally, the LMS underpins employees life-cycle with Northern Health. We invest in equipment, we invest in buildings, we invest in new ideas, and the LMS is a way of investing in our employees,” Michelle Fenwick said.

For the duration of 2018, the focus will be on governance and support for the new system, sourcing and implementation of the system and providing leadership in the effective use of new and emerging technologies to enhance learning.

One of the first tasks, as an organisation, is to name the system. Open to all employees, a competition has been announced to devise a unique name.

Bec Gilbert, eLearning Manager, says they would like to brand the LMS with a name that represents Northern Health and the purpose of the new system, which is to accompany and enhance the traditional delivery of our training and online learning.

You’ll be notified if your selection is one of the top three and the person who submits the winning entry will receive a prize to the value of $200. Deadline for submissions is Thursday, 13 September.

To enter, please click here.