With an unparalleled list of sponsors, over 120 exhibitors, 50 free seminars and more than 3,000 visitors, Learning Technologies is the must-attend event for the learning and development professional.
The Learning Technologies exhibition, now in its tenth year, is Europe’s leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work, and will take place on 28-29 January at Olympia 2, London.
Organisational learning and the technology used to support learning in the workplace is central to the success of any business and with an unrivalled list of sponsors, more than 120 exhibitors, 50 free seminars and over 3,000 visitors, Learning Technologies 2009 showcases the very latest the industry has to offer.
- See how learning technologies are influencing how and what we learn at work
- Meet the leading learning providers currently shaping the way we learn and develop corporate skills
- Choose from over 50 free seminars to attend during the two-day exhibition
- Network with more than 3,000 L&D professionals at the exhibition
Learning and Skills Group
All exhibition visitors that fit the member profile receive complimentary membership to the Learning and Skills Group, an invitation-only international business network of learning and development professionals
Exhibition membership gives you an exclusive set of online resources, collaborative tools and knowledge-sharing opportunities, enabling you to interact with other exhibition visitors and L&D professionals before, during and after the event itself. This makes Learning Technologies more than just a one-off event - it becomes part of your professional development throughout the year.
The Learning and Skills Group (LSG) is an international community of learning and development professionals interested in organisational learning and the application of learning technology in the workplace.
Membership gives you a set of member benefits, online resources, collaborative tools and knowledge sharing opportunities – and enables you to interact with other conference delegates L&D professionals throughout the year.
With nearly 2,500 members already, the Learning and Skills Group has been a huge success and we hope that you will find the wide range of benefits and networking opportunities useful in your role as a learning and development professional in the lead up to, during and after Learning Technologies 2009.
Membership of the Learning and Skills Group is free for Learning Technologies conference delegates and exhibition visitors that fit the member profile. Non-attendees can be members by invitation only.
Membership gives you an exclusive set of online resources, collaborative tools and knowledge-sharing opportunities, enabling you to interact with other conference delegates and L&D professionals throughout the year.
- Learning technologies IPTV – Access to all the Learning Technologies 2009 conference sessions including video and audio files of all the sessions you attended and those you couldn’t as well as a complete video archive of all the Learning Technologies conferences since 2004.
- Collaboration – Social networking, industry and special interest groups, wiki and blog.
- Events – Free entry to the Learning and Skills Group Conference at Olympia in June 2009, monthly webinars, workshops and member-only events.
- Resources – Videos, podcasts, research, white papers, case studies and articles.
As the field of workplace learning and development grows, so does the Learning Technologies conference. In January more than 40 speakers and over 350 delegates will gather to share experiences on organisational learning and the ever-changing technology used to support learning in the workplace.
The theme for the 2009 conference is ‘Next generation learning at work’ and the conference programme will focus on learning technology, learning in practice and learning strategy, but most importantly how technology-supported learning is crucial to business performance and success. There will be a variety of sessions to choose from, including keynote addresses, interactive sessions, case studies and theory presentations. Delegates will be given the essential knowledge and practical strategies to drive their businesses forward in today’s world of massive technological and business change.
To ensure that the learning continues after the event, each delegate attending the Learning Technologies 2009 conference will be given a fantastic portable media player as part of his or her delegate booking. Conference delegates booking before 31 December can choose to receive either the new range iPod nano, Nintendo DS lite or Creative Zen X-Fi. Conference delegates booking 1-23 January will receive the new design iPod nano.
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