London (UK), November 2016 - The conference programme for Learning Technologies 2017 in London has been announced, and booking is open. It is a five-track programme, with over seventy conference speakers, including keynotes from Thimon de Jong and Deborah Frances-White.
"For over sixteen years now, Learning Technologies (incorporating Learning and Skills) has been Europe’s leading conference for organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work. For the 2017 event, we have a fantastic programme and lineup of speakers, in what will be our biggest event yet," said conference organiser Mark Penton.
Learning Technologies 2017 will feature case studies and insight from companies including Barclays, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, Halfords, Jaguar Land Rover, Lloyds Banking Group, npower, Virgin Atlantic, Vodafone, and many others.
The full Learning Technologies 2017 speaker line-up is available via the conference website, along with Learning Technologies 2017 Conference booking details, including early-bird rates.
Mark Penton explained, "This will be our biggest conference to date, with the five-track format designed for learning, engagement, and interaction. There are with keynote addresses, case studies, café sessions, theory presentations, practical debate, hangouts, and a wide range of collaborative and networking opportunities. The conference programme is a great opportunity to listen to – and interact with – some of the leading thinkers, visionaries, and practitioners in workplace learning today.
"Delegates will gain practical guidance for challenges today, as well as insights into the big picture of learning tomorrow. And with over 600 conference delegates and endless networking opportunities, it is the must-attend conference for all learning-and-development professionals.
"The Learning Technologies conference is a great opportunity to listen to and interact with the leading thinkers, visionaries, and practitioners in workplace learning today."
The conference runs alongside the Learning Technologies exhibition, which showcases hundreds of workplace-learning suppliers, products, tools, methods, and services for the expected 7,500 visitors. The event takes place at London Olympia, 01-02 February 2017.