The programme for the Learning Technologies Autumn Forum has been released.
The forum, which is set to take place on 13th October is the sister event to the larger Learning Technologies Conference & Exhibition which took place at the ExCell in May of this year will explore the key topics from that event in greater detail – uncovering practical takeaways and valuable lessons for conference-goers.
Topics set to be explored include Programme implementation; AI, data, analytics and impact; Talent and learning; Professional development; Tools and technologies; Future L&D; Content design and Learning engagement.
The packed schedule of speakers includes influential figures from across the L&D sector, including:
- Edward Gallier, Leonardo Hotels
- Lisa Johnson, NHS Blood and Transplant
- Peter Manniche Riber, Novo Nordisk
- Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Health Education England
- Mirjam Neelen, Novartis
- Jodie Pritchard, Citizens Advice
- Sarah Ratcliff Cegos UK
- Ross Stevenson, Trainline
As well as the lineup of speakers, sessions will take place in various locations within the ExCel with auditorium sessions, cafe sessions, workshops and seminars available, all focusing on the theme of Interaction & engagement.
Tickets for the event are available from the LTAF website, with conferencing tickets costing £495 or free-of-charge for Learning Technologies conference delegates and Learning and Skills Group members.
Aside from the conference, visitors will be met with 40 of the sector’s leading suppliers in a scaled down exhibition with a vibrant programme of free seminars available in five open theatres within the exhibition space. Attending the exhibition is free, and registration can be completed via the LTAF website.
Commenting on the upcoming event, LTAF Conference Chair, Donald H Taylor said “As a follow up event to the Learning Technologies London event earlier in 2022, the Learning Technologies Autumn Forum provides a wonderful opportunity for learning industry professionals to network with each other and discuss the hottest topics in workplace learning and development.”