World of Learning Celebrates 20 years!

by | Jul 15, 2012 | Articles

Join TM at the World of Learning Conference as it celebrates it’s 20th anniversary with top line-up of L&D experts

Now in its 20th year, the World of Learning taking place on 2 & 3 October at the NEC Birmingham, is set to showcase a top line-up of L&D thought leaders from a range of specialities including Caroline Waters OBE, Director of People & Policy at BT; Jane Williams, Development Manager at Tesco; Simon Dennis, Head of Coaching for Fujitsu; Sue Miller, Metro & Corporate L&D Manager at Hilton Worldwide and Steve Wheeler, Associate Professor of Learning Technologies at University of Plymouth.

With more sessions to choose from than ever before, the conference offers genuine and inspiring solutions for your day-to-day and long-term workplace learning objectives.

Topics up for discussion include:

–    How will L&D have to adapt to the changing workforce?
–    Learning and talent in the Cloud
–    Learning innovation with tomorrow’s technology tools
–    A different approach to developing leaders of the future

Save up to 30% before 31 August!
As a member of the Towards Maturity community, you are entitled to a 10% discount, plus a 20% discount on conference bookings made before 31 August 2012.

>> Book now for the conference or register free for the exhibition at www.learnevents.com or call the booking hotline on +44 (0)20 8394 5171.

>> View the full conference programme now at www.learnevents.com
>> See delegate benefits including an Apple TV and iPad2 at www.learnevents.com

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