World of Learning Conference & Exhibition 2013

by | May 3, 2013 | Articles, Press Release

World of Learning Conference programme released next month, 1st & 2nd October 2013 – NEC, Birmingham

The World of Learning Conference programme, released next month, is set to feature the latest research on innovations in learning & development from a variety of leading industry experts.

Over its 20 year history, the conference has become the UK industry event for all L&D professionals. This year’s programme reflects the current concerns of the L&D industry including the topics of talent development, staff engagement, leadership and organisational change as well as the essential perennial L&D topics.

Listen to case-studies from organisations that are leading the way in L&D practice, and find out what it takes to deliver the L&D strategy your organisation needs to stay ahead.

Speakers include Stevan Rolls, UK Head of HR at Deloitte, Catherine Rush, Head of Talent at DMG Media and Sam Burrough, Online Learning Consultant at Unum.

The full programme and keynote speakers will be released in early June when conference registration will open.

To register your interest for the event visit www.learnevents.com

PLUS: don’t forget Towards Maturity Benchmark users can get up to 40% off conference bookings before 29th June 2013.

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