Learning Technologies 2015: Breaking the boundaries of compliance training with Channel 4 and Acteon
Acteon is taking part in the upcoming Learning Technologies 2015 event in London, providing the inside scoop on their triple-award-winning project with Channel 4.
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 2015.
Acteon will be exhibiting on stand 96 at London Olympia on the 28 and 29 January 2015, giving practical advice on how to tackle learner engagement.
Using examples from work with broadcaster Channel 4, Owen Rose will be presenting a seminar, 'Learning to take risks - breaking the boundaries of compliance training with Channel 4' on 29 January at 2.00pm in the Learning Technologies Theatre 2.
Learner engagement is key to successful outcomes for any learning intervention. But how do you achieve that engagement with the “essential but dull” messages of compliance training? Acteon will demonstrate how companies can break out of the compliance straitjacket and create learning that builds engagement and empowers behaviour change.
The Acteon team will help visitors at Learning Technologies 2015 to find out how to: link learning to individual aspirations; build competence, not just compliance; find an authentic voice; put learning in context; blend internal communications as part of a campaign for change.
In addition, James Woodman of Acteon will be delivering a seminar, ‘Agile video - learning lessons from TV journalism’ on 28 January in the Learning and Skills Theatre 9.
James Woodman has produced an article about video in learning, offering L&D professionals an insight into the topic in advance of Learning Technologies 2015, 'Taking control of video'.
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