Making the most of Learning Technologies 2010 with Towards Maturity

by | Jan 18, 2010 | Articles

If your new year’s resolution is to make sure your investment in learning technologies works harder and delivers more in 2010 then do make sure you come and see us at next week’s Learning Technology 2010 exhibition in Olympia 2, London.  If time is tight and budget tighter, here are just a few reasons to come along. Free seminars, free resources and free coffee on Toward Maturity’s stand number 125! Register for free here!

Free seminars – Supporting workplace priorities with e-learning – compelling evidence to think again
If you are looking for information that goes beyond the hype  to provide you with a solid evidence base grounded in  reality, then don’t miss these free seminars launching the results of 2 independent pieces of research conducted by Towards Maturity in support of Next Generation Learning in the workplace.

  • Day 1 Wednesday 27th January, Theatre 4,  first floor 16 – 16.30hrs

Launch of the Towards Maturity Impact Indicator – 195 of you participated in the Towards Maturity Impact Indicator research at the end of last year providing insights into the impact that learning technology is having in the real world. The winners of the place on the ROI Institute course will be announced at this seminar.

  • Day 2 Thursday 28th January, Theatre 7, ground floor, 13.30 – 14.00hrs

Delivering Results is a new study , commissioned by Becta, to review the existing evidence of learning technology impact in the workplace. In this session you will see how it identifies 8 business priority areas where learning technology is having an impact and provides links to a 48 case studies plus a range of resources and research all in one simple paper.
All attendees will have a free paper summarising the evidence to take away to help support your business case back at work and help you influence wary  stakeholders.
Free seminar – What every Learning and Development professional needs to know about e-learning

  •  Day 1 – Wednesday 27th January , Theatre 8, ground floor, 13.30 – 14.00hrs

If you enjoyed the download of the booklet, then come and meet the authors– Clive Shepherd will be joining Laura Overton to look at some of the opportunities that technology provides for L&D staff – bring your colleagues, especially those who are sceptical.  Free print versions of the booklet will be available for all attendees while stocks last!
Free seminar – Delivering more together –quality skills provision on a voluntary sector budget

  •  Day 2 – Thursday 28th January 2010, Theatre 8 (ground floor) 12.45 – 13.15

For all those working in the charity and voluntary sector this session  will look at the results of Towards Maturity’s benchmark with the sector last year, in conjunction with the Charity Learning Consortium. We will be looking at practical ideas to share resources and make budgets go further. (Also take a look at the award winning case study at Plan below)

Free coffee and free resources to take away at the Towards Maturity Stand – number 125

As usual you can find the TM team on the first floor, in our networking area on stand 125 (near the exhibition seminar theatres). Bring a copy of this newsletter and we’ll swap it for a free coffee!  Towards Maturity Enterprises  will also be launching some new workshops  developed in partnership with Clive Shepherd for those who need a bit of extra support in their journey with learning technologies.

A chance to hear from many of TM’s Community of Excellence.
Many of our community of excellence are also speaking at the event, here are just a few highlights!

On Day 1 –  Wednesday 27th

Day 2 – Thursday 28th

Avoid the queues – register for free today

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