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Making Learning Alive at Work - IGNITE session at Learning Technologies 2013

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Join experts from Marks and Spencer, Sky and TUI UK who will share how they are tackling this challenge in their organisations. Prominent consultants from Towards Maturity and 20-First provide wider context to the commercial benefits.

Brightwave IGNITE session at Learning Technologies 2013
Venue: Learning Technologies Exhibition, Seminar Theatre 2, Olympia 2, London
Date: Tuesday 29th January
Time: 11.45am-13.00pm

In this fast-paced session leading practitioners in workplace learning will share their five minute perspectives on how we can use technology to get learning closer to work.

Hosted by next generation learning partners Brightwave, Making Learning Alive at Work will explore how we can use everything at our disposal to make learning not just online but personal, dynamic and work-relevant. After all, learning is not a linear process. It's multi-device, multi-generational and multi-purpose. As the nature of work shifts towards knowledge and service learning needs to become part of most jobs. So, let's think of learning as an ecosystem that needs to change with the people using it and the organisations needing it.

• Charles Gould, Managing Director, Brightwave
• Jasmine Rose, Learning & Development Manager, Marks & Spencer
• Kenny Henderson, Head of Talent Development Operations, Sky
• Henrietta Palmer, e-Learning Manager, TUI UK Ltd
• Jennifer Flock, Chief Operating Officer, 20-First
• Dr Genny Dixon, Head of Research, Towards Maturity
About this session

Charles Gould, Managing Director at Brightwave, will chair the discussion where leading practitioners in workplace learning share their five minute perspectives on:

• Why making learning alive at work is important to them and how they are tackling it
• How we can design intelligently, responsively and sustainably
• Why it makes commercial sense
• Real case studies and examples

Booking for this session is not required, however spaces may be limited. To avoid disappointment arrive at Seminar Theatre 2 a few minutes before the start of the session to be guaranteed a seat.