LT 2018 – The Exchange Programme

by | Jan 10, 2018 | Articles, Featured, General

Join global experts and practitioners to uncover practical tips for improving your learning strategy.

The eXchange programme provides a free opportunity to join Informal, face-to-face group discussions with the top conference speakers at Learning Technologies on 31st January to the 1st February 2018.

Reserve your place here!

LT eXchange Programme – a snap shot:

  • Full agenda for the Exchange Programme is confirmed below
  • Exchanges are free but priority is given to corporate L&D Practitioners registered to attend Learning Technologies exhibition, if you haven’t registered for the exhibition, please click here and complete the online form
  • Exchange sessions will take place on Towards Maturity’s Stand H15
  • Content from the Exchanges will be curated through a series of blogs following Learning Technologies exhibition.

Spaces will go quickly – so to avoid disappointment – book your place now!

Launched in 2011, the Exchanges programme was a collaboration between Learning Technologies, Training Journal and Towards Maturity.  The aim was to create a forum to share best practice, thought leadership and to encourage and stimulate innovation in L&D. Each Exchange is facilitated, and led by an industry-leading expert, who as well as speaking at the Conference will join us on the exhibition floor to share more focused insights.

 

This our 7th year of running the programme co-hosted with Training Journal.   We have an exciting programme with a combination of thought leaders and practitioners:

  • Gemma Critchley, Head of Technology & Innovation for Learning, Aviva, leads a team of innovators to create and share modern learning that inspires a global audience at Aviva.
  • Krystyna Gadd, Founder, How to Accelerate Learning, will focuses on achieving business results in a creative an inspiring way
  • David Kelly, VP and Executive Director, The eLearning Guild, is a leading voice exploring how technology can be used to enhance training, education, learning, and organisational performance
  • Charles Jennings, Co-founder, 70:20:10 Institute, known globally for his work with the 70:20:10 model.
  • Laura Overton is Founder and CEO of Towards Maturity, an independent, not for profit organisation that helps people professionals deliver improved performance through learning innovation. Since 2003, over 6,500 people professionals have used the Towards Maturity Benchmark to help them establish an effective technology-enabled learning culture.
  • Shannon Tipton, Owner, Learning Rebels, named as one of eLearning’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers. Passionate about busting through traditional learning models by integrating 21st century learning technologies and microlearning tools to drive workplace alignment and enhance collaboration.
  • Miles Runham, Independent ConsultantMyles Runham Digital & Learning, has worked and around the web for twenty years, eight of these at the BBC, as Head of Interactive Learning, running education and learning services for students, teachers and parents and most recently as Head of Digital for the BBC Academy.
  • Stuart Coyle, Digital Channel Consultant for Learning at Standard Life have combined experience of delivering at a strategic and practitioner level across the public and private sector, including organisations in the financial sector, media and sport.

Bookings are now being taken online.  To encourage a rich and diverse dialogue, priority will be given to L&D practitioners in the workplace so please register with your work email.  Each eXchange session can be followed on Twitter using the hashtag : #LT18ex

LT 2018 eXchange Programme

Full programme and timings are below, please come to The Towards Maturity stand H15 five minutes before your chosen session is due to commence.

Wednesday 31 January

Time

Thursday 1 February  

Gemma Critchley

How to get started with collaborative technologies

11.30 – 12.30 Krystyna Gadd

How to align learning and business

David Kelly

How to make smart decisions about new technology

12.45 – 13.45 Laura Overton

How to make 2018 a breakthrough year

Charles Jennings

How to Integrate Learning and Work

14.00 – 15.00 Shannon Tipton

How to get started with micro learning

Myles Runham

How to improve content design

15.15 – 16.15 Stuart Coyle

How to increase learner engagement

Book your place for the eXchange programme

Book your place for the eXchange programme

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