Four great reasons to visit Learning Technologies 2019

This year Learning Technologies – the biggest learning event in Europe – moves to ExCeL and is all set to be bigger and better than ever before. The Learning Technologies exhibition is free, with a packed timetable of free seminars and discussions taking place over the two days. 

Here are four reasons why you should make time to visit on 13th & 14th February…

1. Collaboration counts

The L&D Twitterati will be out in force. Why not reach out to your personal learning network – or to someone new – and arrange to meet in person? Who knows where networking like this could take you: you might find a mentor, co-create resources or just share experience, knowledge and support. If networking with peers is on your list of 2019 resolutions, then Learning Technologies is a great place to start.

2. Learn something new  

No matter how much experience you have there is always something new to learn and with more than 150 free L&D seminars to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice! With such a huge amount of free information at your fingertips, the discussions and debates with your team back at the workplace will inspire a whole range of ideas you can implement within your organisation.

    3. Everyone loves the freebies

    Who doesn’t love a branded goodie here and there? Expect to be flurried with freebies by the exhibition stands, we can assure you will have enough pens, USB sticks and sweet treats to last you until next time. Come and chat to us at stand number M62 and ask about the Clear Lessons Foundation, a free video learning library for the third sector. What more could you want?

    4. We’ll be there!

    Almost 150 third sector organisations are part of our growing Consortium, saving time and money using a digital approach to L&D, with greater productivity and behavioural change as a result. Come and say hello to Charlotte Gibson on stand M61 who will be there to help you face your training challenges in 2019. In the meantime take a look at her LinkedIn profile – she’s always sharing useful information about using learning technologies in the charity sector.

    Our top tips:

    • Travel light so you’ve got room for all your freebies
    • Bring water and snacks
    • Wear comfortable footwear
    • Plan your day so you don’t miss any great seminars – we recommend that you check out ‘Be less David Brent: Video learning for leadership success’ with Martin Baker at 2.45pm on Wednesday 13th February in Theatre 2

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