Four great reasons to visit Learning Technologies 2020

The biggest learning event in Europe is all set to be greater than ever before! The exhibition at ExCel, London is free, with a packed timetable of seminars taking place over the 12th and 13th February. It’s the perfect opportunity for charity learning practitioners to come and meet us, and pick up some top tips to take back to the workplace.

Here are four reasons why you should make time to visit on 12th & 13th 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 2020 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. With more than 150 free L&D seminars to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Such a huge amount of free information at your fingertips could inspire a whole range of ideas to discuss back at the workplace, to implement within your organisation.

     3. Everyone loves the freebies

    There are always lots of freebies on the exhibition stands – you’ll have enough pens, USB sticks and sweet treats to last you until next year. Come and chat to us at stand number P24 and ask about Clear Lessons, a free video learning library for the charity sector. What more could you want?

    4. We’ll be there!

    Around 180 charity sector organisations are part of our growing Consortium, saving time and money using a digital approach to L&D, and seeing greater productivity and behavioural change as a result. Come and say hello to Charlotte Gibson and Rosie Haighton on stand P24 who’ll explain how we can help you face your training challenges in 2020. 

    Our top tips:

    • Travel light so you’ve got room for all your freebies
    • Bring your refillable water bottle & snacks, but there are plenty of places to buy food at ExCel
    • Wear comfortable footwear
    • Plan your day so you don’t miss any great seminars

    Read more from the CLC…

    Seven reasons to join our growing Consortium in 2020

    Do you want to do more for less with your learning and development budget? Are you looking for effective ways to develop the skills of your workforce?

    Boosting confidence with creativity

    Lucy Gower shares her tips for using creativity to solve your organisation’s problems.

    Top tips for eLearning success

    Doreen Miller from SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has launched eLearning at several organisations in her career. One of the founding members of the Charity Learning Consortium, she shares her top tips for eLearning success.

    AIDA

    The Charity Learning Consortium hits 150+ members!

    As we reach a massive milestone, Martin Baker, founder and CEO, explains how a crazy idea turned into the Charity Learning Consortium.

    Collaborating to succeed

    A digital approach to developing skills can help you save money but it’s collaboration that helps it succeed, says Martin Baker.

    Top tips for entering awards

    Hesketh Emden, an award winner himself and a judge of the Training Journal Awards, shares some hints for success.

    CL Consortium Ltd
    Vine House, Selsley Road,
    Stroud, GL5 5NN