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Brightwave is joined by the BBC, CIPD and CIM for panel session at Learning Technologies 2015

Learning NewsBrightwave Group

Experts and senior leaders from Brightwave, the BBC, CIPD and CIM contribute to a lively panel debate session on key learning topics, from community management to the technologies and emerging trends impacting the workplace of tomorrow.

Venue: Learning Technologies Seminar Theatre 2, Olympia 2, London
Date: Wednesday 28th January 2015
Time: 11.00am-12.15pm

Total learning - a vision for the future
As well as challenging the value of formal, structured learning, L&D is starting to think more about how informal learning, relationships and performance support can be enabled for the benefit of their learners and their organisation.

From community management and the trends impacting the workplace of tomorrow, a Total Learning approach harnesses these opportunities and makes for an exciting future for technology-enabled learning.

In this free session Brightwave, the leading global provider of learning content, products and services, explores these themes and hosts a lively panel debate session to discuss how this necessary shift from 'course to resource' is changing the role of L&D.

Expert panellists
Charles Gould, CEO and Caroline Walmsley, Managing Director of Brightwave are joined by Andy Lancaster, Head of Learning and Development at CIPD, Abi Lammas, Director of Learning and Innovation at The Chartered Institute of Marketing and Myles Runham, Head of Online BBC.

Charles Gould, panel chair said: 

"I am excited to chair this expert panel and explore what trends they foresee shaping the future of work and learning. How will those trends impact how our learners behave in the future? Brightwave has always had a reputation for looking beyond the world of learning and this session is a fantastic opportunity for people to be challenged and inspired. Our concept of total learning has really resonated with clients this year and we're looking forward to sharing this with attendees of Learning Technologies 2015."  

Caroline Walmsley, said:

"New technologies and emerging trends are moulding learners' expectations of workplace learning; L&D professionals need to meet these expectations head-on. I'm pleased to contribute to the discussion and against this back-drop, look forward to discovering how others on the panel are meeting the needs oftheir learners and supporting their organisation's business objectives."

Brightwave is presenting a number of free seminars at Learning Technologies, exhibiting on stand 60 and showcasing latest solutions and current products, including its award-winning total learning system tessello.