Learning Technologies 2017
1 - 2 February 2017
9.30am - 5.00pm
Stand D22, London Olympia 2
With more than 7,000 visitors, 150 free L&D seminars, 250 exhibitors, the latest learning technologies, innovation and best practice and Europe's leading L&D conference, Learning Technologies is the go-to event for L&D professionals.
Acteon will be on stand D22 with some of our most experienced practitioners on hand to talk through your current challenges. We’ll be sharing practical advice on how to create engaging and impactful blended learning solutions that deliver real business benefit.
We’ll also have a technology stand right next door (D20), where we’ll be showcasing the Knowledge Centre LMS, our one-stop blended learning platform that has supported initiatives for Bayer, Daiichi Sankyo and M&Co.
We’ll be presenting the following seminars:
Achieving behaviour change – a nudge in the right direction
Wednesday 1 February, 11.45am, Theatre 5
Does learning necessarily result in behaviour change? It may be part of the process, but most people will also need some nudges in the right direction. This presentation explores how to achieve real behaviour change with learning interventions, and shows how a novel approach to learning design helped clients like Channel 4 achieve award-winning outcomes.
Agile video – learning lessons from TV journalism
Thursday 2 February, 2.00pm, Theatre 3
What's the difference between corporate video and TV news? Find out how throwing away the script can help you create content that's relevant, engaging and authentic.
Creating blended learning campaigns for impact
Thursday 2 February, 3.30pm, Theatre 5
Learn how E-learning Award-winning organisations HC-One and Channel 4 cost-effectively blend learning resources such as videos, hands-on practical assessments and face-to-face sessions with responsive e-learning and internal communications to deliver lasting business improvements. In this session you'll see practical real-world examples and tips on helpful tools and techniques for delivering your blend.