Exclusive chance to meet award winners at Learning Technologies

by | Jan 10, 2008 | Articles

Towards Maturity subscribers are invited to a free private seminar at this year’s Learning Technologies event at Olympia at 10.30 on Wednesday 30th January in conjunction with e-skills UK and the e-learning awards.

Event title : Simply the best – practical tips from this year’s award winners

You can hear from  some of this year’s award finalists to understand the secrets of their success. In a detailed panel discussion, you can also ask the questions important to you to help you create award winning programmes within your own organisations.

This exclusive seminar brings together industry leaders and award winners in a series of short presentations and panel discussion to answer your burning questions on:

  • How to make an impact on your business
  • Engaging learners
  • Measuring performance
  • Effective learning design and support
  • and more…..

Contibutors include:

  • Dr Geraldine Kenney-Wallace – Group director New Ventures, City and Guilds
  • Nick Le Clere – CEO Making Change Happen – winners of the Most innovative application of learning technology Award
  • Malcolm Bland – Consultant for Care UK – Care UK and Thirdforce winners of return on investment awards
  • Alistair Lomax, CEO of  Uniaid – special mention for award for widespread adoption of e-learning
  • David Chidley  and Michelle Russell – Training Managers – UK & Ireland , Royal Caribbean Cruise Line – winners of silver award for e-learning content
  • Clive Shepherd – e-Learning Network
  • Laura Overton – e-skills UK
  • Peter Williams – “e.learning age” and “The E-Learning Awards”

There is also a chance to celebrate with the winners at the end of the session at an informal champagne reception.

Location – Olympia London, Learning and Skills Theatre on the exhibition floor

30th January 10.30 – 12 noon

click here for more information

Places are limited so click here to register for free access to the seminar and Learning Technologies exhibition.


This article was originally created by the Work based e-learning project at e-skills UK and is reproduced with kind permission.

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