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Hands on Training – Reports from the H.O.T. Event of 2001


The Hands on Training (H.O.T.) Conference ran at the NEC in Birmingham from 26-28 June 2001. Over the next few days, more reports and presentations from the event will be posted here.

Key issues summarised from the conference

News round up from HOT and Training Solutions

TD 2001 winners announced

Do organisations really have a culture?

Interview with Jim Flood of the COROUS project at the Open University

Interview with Mary Benwell, Director of Learning at UfI

Key Themes:

  • Innovation in Training: including - motivation, neuro-linguistic programming, organisational storytelling, sink or swim, brain-friendly learning, effective trainers, drama and roleplay, case studies, Duncan Goodhew, Michael Breen, Dave Snowden, IBM, LearnToLearn, and others

  • The Changing Face of Learning: including - going online for lifelong learning; Learning and Skills Councils; e-learning and access to higher education; change management; distance learning developments; action development; coaching; global safety; healthy learning; UfI; Actors in Management; BOC Edwards and others

  • e-Learning in Practice: including - current developments; e-learning and the knowledge economy; expert panel; business case for e-learning; interactive learning; case studies; e-learning solutions; virtual learning environments; Stephen Molyneux; Xebec McGraw-Hill, Vodafone; David Wilson; Airtours; European case studies and others

Latest news

26-28 June
Live conference runs.

18 June 2001
A few tickets available for individual conference sessions.

1 June 2001
Got an e-learning question you want the answer to? The H.O.T. Conference gives you an opportunity to submit your queries to some of the most experienced and knowledgeable experts in the field. E-mail us with your question now, or read on to find out more about who's involved.

15 May 2001
Worldwide bookings - from France, Malaysia and Australia as well as from throughout the UK - training professionals welcome the practical and stimulating sessions as a convenient way of catching up with all the latest developments.

13 March 2001
H.O.T. Conference Programme published.

12 March 2001
Booking opens.

21 February 2001
Leaders and presenters to run a wide range of engaging, topical, interactive sessions announced.

8 January 2001
Call for papers from presenters and companies from the fields of e-learning, Training, Organisational Development, Funding and Motivation interested in participating.

1 December 2000
Corporate sponsorship opportunities announced. All enquiries to be addressed to Keith Bryan by direct email or phone on 0117 915 8636.

6 November 2000
Training Solutions and TrainingZONE announce the launch of H.O.T. Event 2001 to run alongside the Training Solutions Show and form a showpiece.

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