World of Learning Conference & Exhibition 2019 Announced

by | May 16, 2019 | Featured, General

Learning and Development (L&D) best practice, thought leadership and the latest learning technology to be shared at Birmingham’s NEC on 15 & 16 October.

An essential, one-stop event for anyone with high-level responsibility for learning and development, World of Learning 2019 provides the perfect platform to learn from L&D experts and to explore the latest methods and solutions to deliver successful learning outcomes.

The renowned two-day conference boasts a programme of presentations from senior L&D professionals responsible for workplace learning at national and global organisations.

Sharing their real-world examples of L&D in practice, the speakers will provide inspiration and practical advice covering topics including learning personalisation, evaluation and change management.

Alongside the conference is an exhibition of suppliers that allows evaluation of the full range of tools available to L&D, from Learning Management Systems (LMS) to virtual learning, and coaching to mindfulness.

New for this year is the Live Demo Zone. Andrew Gee, senior project manager for World of Learning, comments:

“In 45-minute sessions, visitors will not only be able to watch the tools and tactics in action, they’ll be able to use and experience them. They’ll come away with a deeper understanding of the solutions and their effects – a thorough assessment that could inform their decisions on future strategies and investment.”

The exhibition also boasts a comprehensive programme of free seminars and workshops. Visitors will hear from specialists about topics from managing organisational change to immersive learning, and learning content to mental well-being.

Andrew summarises:

“The World of Learning Conference & Exhibition has a well-established reputation for delivering, fundamentally, a really useful event.

“Visitors can learn about what works in practice for leading organisations, nurture existing and new connections with their peers, and they can scrutinise the latest solutions and technologies in a highly interactive environment. It’s an essential date in the diary for L&D and HR professionals.”

For more details and to register for free tickets to the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition, visit learnevents.com or, to book the conference, call 020 8394 5171

For the latest news and updates about the World of Learning 2019 read the World of Learning blog at www.learnevents.com/blog, follow the exhibition on Twitter at #WOL19 and www.twitter.com/Learn_EventsUK, and join the World of Learning Conference & Exhibition group on LinkedIn.

World of Learning is organised by Venture Marketing Group
For further press information please contact James Mason at Venture Marketing Group.
Tel: +44 (0)20 8394 5264
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