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Top presenters line up for the Hands on Training (H.O.T.) Event

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A sneak preview of the programme for the H.O.T. (Hands on Training) Event shows the amazing depth of expertise which will be available for all delegates. With 25 sessions to choose between and over 40 leaders contributing their knowledge, this promises to be THE event capable of briefing training professionals - both managers and suppliers - about all the current developments in the field.

Session leaders and contributors at the events include:

  • Professor Stephen Molyneux
  • Paul Kearns (Personnel Works)
  • David Wilson (eLearnity)
  • Jane Knight (Cisco Systems)
  • Bruce Viney (PricewaterhouseCooper)
  • Hugh Lloyd-Jones (Network Training)
  • Tim Neill (Tim Neill Associates)
  • Duncan Goodhew
  • Geoff Hall (Learning and Skills Council)
  • Jim Flood (COROUS)
  • Michael Breen (McKenna Breen)

And a host of interactive workshops will include material from or about: Vodafone, effective trainers, drama, NLP, story-telling, Roffey Park, open learning, action development, healthy learning, change management, motivation, e-learning solutions, Airtours, interactivity, return on investment, research findings and much, much more.

The H.O.T. event is now confirmed as having three strands

  • e-Learning in Practice
  • The Changing Face of Learning
  • Innovative Approaches to Training and Learning

It runs alongside the Training Solutions Show at the NEC Birmingham on 26-28 June 2001. The Training Solutions Show attracts over 300 exhibitors bringing together all the latest products, services and ideas in the field of training, making any trip to the two events an easy, accessable and informative way of staying fully informed in your professional role.

The full programme will be available when booking opens in early March. You can register your interest to receive all the information as soon as its publishing by sending an e-mail to the conference organisers.

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