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Learning and Skills 2010


The people behind the Learning Technologies conference are launching a new L&D event showcasing more traditional training methods.

Running alongside January's Learning Technologies exhibition and conference, Learning and Skills 2010 will have four themed theatres:

The 'People Development' theatre will focus on management and business skills, leadership development, IT skills, specialist skills, culture and language.

The 'Learning and Performance' theatre will cover developing high-performance teams, coaching and mentoring, organisational development and change management.

The 'Learning Resources' theatre will explore content publishers, awarding bodies and associations, training resources and spaces.

And the 'HR Systems and Services' theatre will examine performance management, talent and human capital management, assessment, appraisals and specialist learning systems.

Show founders Ian Smout and Mark Penton said that the new show aimed to showcase the more traditional forms of learning products and services, which make up the majority of most organisations' buying budgets.

Smout said: "There is also a totally new audience of learning and HR professionals enthusiastic to adopt a more integrated approach to workplace learning and the combination of the two events will help them achieve that.”

Learning and Skills and Learning Technologies 2010 will take place on 27-28 January 2010 at Olympia 2, London.

Learning Technologies Exhibition and Conference will include 130 exhibitors, 50 free seminars, expecting to attract 3,000 visitors and over 400 conference delegates

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