Meet us at Learning Technologies

by | Jan 10, 2008 | Articles

The Towards Maturity Project team and teh QIA excellence gateway team will be at this year’s Learning Technologies event at Olympia on 30th and 31st of Jan and we would love to meet you there! 

With more than 120 exhibitors, 42 free seminars, 4 co-operative events and a 40 speaker conference, Learning Technologies promises to once again be the must-attend event for the learning and development professional.

Bring a copy of this article to our networking area on e-skills UK’s stand 107 (near the free seminar theatres) and would love to treat you to a coffee.

The Learning Technologies exhibition and conference, now in its ninth year, is Europe’s premier showcase of organisational learning and performance improvement technology, and will take place on 30-31 January 2008 at London Olympia 2.

Click here to find out more

e-skills UK and the e-learning awards are also hosting a free seminar  at 10.30 on wednesday 30th Jan where you can meet some of this year’s e-learning award finalists and find out how they overcame key implementation challenges.  Spaces are limited so click here to find out more!!

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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