Renowned L&D conference offers further incentive to book a place by 30 August.
The World of Learning Conference offers a valuable opportunity for senior L&D professionals to grow their knowledge and connections through a carefully procured programme of presentations, case studies and keynote speeches.
To help delegates get the most out of the Conference, World of Learning is offering the chance to win a stay at the luxury 4-star Genting Hotel in Birmingham on Tuesday 15 October – free of charge.
To be in with a chance to secure a stay at the Genting Hotel, simply book a Two-day delegate Conference pass before Friday 30 August; the first 5 delegates to book will be contacted during the first week of September.
At the highly regarded conference, L&D leaders from both the private and public sectors will share their experiences of developing their workforces and optimising business outcomes.
Among others, Santander UK, Next, Scottish Social Services Council and Hilti will tackle topics including: the key skills needed for leading L&D, mental health and wellbeing, and improving learner engagement.
A key theme across the renowned conference is that of change and how organisations can support their workforces to respond to it effectively. Applied Futurist Tom Cheesewright will open the conference with is his keynote presentation: ‘L&D 2030 – Surviving a high frequency change environment.’
Krystyna Gadd is the founder of How to Accelerate Learning and will be sharing her ‘5 secrets of accelerated learning’ on the first morning of the conference along with her client, Kate Thomas, from Wales and West Housing Association.
“In times of accelerated change, we need accelerated learning, and it can be tempting to leap into ‘solution mode’, coming up with reactive and sometimes even impulsive approaches to our learning programmes.
“I look forward to sharing an approach that will deliver on your stakeholders’ expectations and that can achieve their long-term goals, as well as the lasting impact you need. Kate will be sharing the effect of the approach on Wales and West housing Association.”
Robin Hoyle, learning strategist and author of Informal Learning in Organizations and Complete Training, is the Conference chair. He comments:
“I’m proud to have been involved in World of Learning for many years. Once again, the conference programme will deliver practical lessons from the front line of L&D so that delegates are empowered to go and do things better.”
Those wishing to attend both days of the conference are strongly encouraged to book by Friday 30 August to be in with a chance to win the free stay at the Genting Hotel.
Entry to the prize draw is in addition to the available discount of up to 30% on the cost of a place at one or both days of the conference. The discount expires on 13 September, and terms and conditions apply.
The highly respected World of Learning conference sits alongside the exhibition which showcases more than 100 L&D providers and includes a range of interactive areas where visitors can receive hands-on, practical advice.
For the latest news and updates about the World of Learning 2019 read the World of Learning blog at www.learnevents.com/blog, follow the exhibition on Twitter at #WOL19 and www.twitter.com/Learn_EventsUK, and join the World of Learning Conference & Exhibition group on LinkedIn.
Book your place on the conference online now, or call +44 (0)20 8394 5171
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