Special Offer for Informatology event

by | May 25, 2009 | Articles

This year’s Informatology Forum Learning and Development Conference from the 23rd – 25th of June provides an opportunity meet with experts and discuss learning and development challenges with your counterparts. 

You can attend for a single day or the whole conference and Informatology have provided great discounts for Towards Maturity readers below.

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Aimed at HR and learning and development professionals the event provides opportunity for networking and collaboration plus some great input on issues such as:

  • “Business Performance, Personal Fulfillment, Coaching and Leadership” with Sir John Whitmore
  • “Nurturing Talent” with Professor Andrew Mayo
  •  “Impacting your Business” with Professor Bob Fryer
  • “Global Learning” with Clifford Chance and Rolls Royce (and Laura Overton)
  • “Strategies for Online Learning” with Google
  • “Online Learning Communities” with the BBC
  • “Managing e-Learning” with Clive Shepherd
  • “Recruiting for L&D” with LinkedIn.

The conference is hosted at IWBL, Middlesex University in London, it features hands-on workshops, MasterClasses and speed job interviews (for those looking), and includes a free iPod touch for standard delegates.

Download the brochure here .

TOWARDS MATURITY MEMBERS OFFER

The conference runs over 3 days and delegates have the option to attend all or part of the event. We have been provided with the following discounts.

If you want to confirm your place then order now. Pay by 1 June.):

  • Whole-Conference 1 place @ £595 [RRP £995]
  • Additional place for full conference @ £300 [RRP £800]
  • Single-Day: 1 place @ £295 [RRP £595]
  • Additional place for single day @ £150 [RRP £400]

If you want to book a provisional Places (Apply now. We allocate places subject to availability by 10 June. Pay online by 15 June)

  • Whole-Conference 1 place @ £345 (additionalplace @ £150)
  • Single-Day: 1 place @ £245 )Additional place @ £50)

Taster Places on day 2 (L&D Strategies or L&D Technologies stream, not the Masterclass) in the afternoon (Order now. Pay now online)
> 1 place per organisation: £25
Add £100 [RRP £200] per person at one or both Masterclasses (day 2). Add £25 for each optional evening social (days 1 and 2)
Add VAT

Please use the attached form at for the application, quoting TOWARDSMATURITY to get the discounts above. In addition each participant should log onto the registration process to conplete their details., and  for each participant.

Place a confirmed order for at least £595 and collect an 8GB iPod touch at the conference; if its value is at least £995, collect instead an 16GB iPod touch at the conference.

PRIZE DRAW
Enter the conference prize draw (entry form here )

  • *1st Prize: A place at the whole three-day conference, plus an 8GB iPod touch
  • *Nine 2nd Prizes: A place at a conference day of your choice.

Informatology plan further mystery prizes as well. The prize draw is on June 1st.
If they win and have already booked they can use a prize as credit against an equivalent number of days for a colleague or at other Forum events. Terms on the penultimate page of the conference brochure.

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