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Organisations must now start to look forward and develop the skills they need not only for today but for the future as they grow, recover and change in the aftermath of the recession.

The 5th Annual Learning Forum will bring you practical on how to create and deliver an innovative, effective approach to learning, the most up-to-date trends in e-learning and social learning, and networking opportunities to share ideas 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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You can purchase a pdf of the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF), clicking the ‘Add to cart’ button above.

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The “Learning Forum 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair

Penny Tamkin, Associate Director

Institute for Employment Studies

Session 2

Managing Learning and Development through Major Business Change

Mark Cole, Head of Learning & Development Camden & Islington HS

Foundation Trust

Session 3

Ensuring You Have the Skills in Place for Today and Tomorrow

Malcolm Pickup, Head of People Development

TNT UK Ltd

Session 4

Adapting Learning to Meet the Needs of the Learner

Karen Broad, Learning and Development Manager

Virgin Trains

Session 5

Using Business Leaders and Function Managers as Teachers of Others

Malcolm Newman, Learning and Development Manager

Serco Monitoring

Session 6

Getting Started with E-Learning – the beginners guide

Andrew Currie, Former Director, Learning and Development, EMEA

Burger King

Session 7

Changing Cultures to Make E-Learning and Mobile Learning Work

John Merrell, Leadership and E-Learning Manager

Volvo Car UK Limited

Session 8

Delivering More for Less

Lisa Johnson, Assistant Director of Information Services and Sue Rawson IT Learning and

Development Consultant

Barnardo’s

Session 9

Embracing Social Learning

Iain Napier, Learning Technology Consultant

BT

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