The Learning Forum 2010 – Documentation
In this increasingly tough environment many learning and training departments are facing budget cuts, however we know that properly trained employees will have a greater impact on the organisations performance and improve the bottom line.
The 4th Annual Learning forum will bring you practical advice on measuring the value of your learning initiatives, how to create a coherent learning strategy on a budget, the most up-todate trends in learning technology and e-learning and solutions with fellow learning and development professionals.
You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).
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The “Learning Forum 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Charles Elvin, Director, Centre for Professional Learning and Development
The Open University
Embedding Learning into your Business Strategy
Neil Grant Interim Head of Learning & Development
Aligning Learning Technologies to Develop Business Performance
David Perring, Learning Technologies Consultant
Developing Learning and Development Solutions with Universities
Francis Cattermole, Lecturer in Management Development
The Open University
Making the Most of Learning Technology
Leanne Peckover e-Learning & Systems, Training Adviser
House of Fraser
Moving Towards a 21st Century L&D: Connection, Communication, Collaboration, Coaching
Mark Cole, Learning and Development Business Partner CPD – South London Healthcare
Dynamic Language Learning Jon Gilbert Training Manager, Europe
Humair Naqvi, Business Development Manager Carlo Bezoari Business Development Manager
Rosetta Stone UK
Stuart Holdsworth, National Learning and Development Manager