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Learning Solutions 2004


Over 50 training and development companies will be setting out their stalls at this year's Learning Solutions exhibition and conference on 25 and 26 May.

Visitors will be able to source, research, test and evaluate products and services, get up to date on the latest industry trends and network with their contemporaries.

The event will cover ideas and solutions for everything from instructor-led training, coaching and mentoring to the latest technological innovations in e-learning.

Workshop programme
The workshop programme will enable visitors to take part in and experience first-hand interactive exercises and role-plays delivered by leading experts in their field. A number of company presentations are also taking place to provide visitors with information on the latest ideas and solutions to hit the market.

Conference programme
The conference will be delivered by high profile speakers and include case studies from leading corporate organisations, the public sector and charities. Case studies include Diageo, Siemens, Sun Microsystems, Channel 4, BAE Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Oxfam and the British Red Cross.

The opening address will be delivered by Gunnar Brückner, CEO of US-based consultancy Coaching Platform, and former Chief Learning Officer of the United Nations Development Programme. It will look at what informal learning is and how organisations can harness it to drive skill and knowledge development.

On day two, Professor John Stephenson, Head of the International Centre for Learner Managed Learning at Middlesex University, will present the free keynote address, tackling the subject of how to improve the learner’s experience.

Focusing on the practicalities facing all those involved in learning, training and development and highlighting the latest successful innovations in people development, as well as potential pitfalls, the conference programme covers a range of learning issues including:
• Proving the business case to justify training expenditure
• Ensuring learners are motivated and supported
• Employing flexible learning
• Creating time for learning in your organisation
• Inspiring learners through engaging content
• Integrating e-learning as part of a blended approach
• Enhancing company performance through management and leadership training
• Is learning for everyone achievable?

The programme concludes each day with free addresses.

On 25 May, Professor Bob Fryer, Chief Executive of NHSU – the corporate university of the NHS – tackles the question “Is learning for everyone achievable?”

While on day two, Keith Duckitt of the Learning & Skills Council closes the event with a consideration of how organisations can gain funding from the LSC.


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