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‘Don’t waste your time at Learning Technologies’, declaims Filtered

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Learning Technologies, the grandest learning and development show of the year, is upon us. Amongst the buzz and hype, it can be difficult to distinguish which sessions will provide the most value. Filtered is determined to guarantee attendees bang for their buck.


No one may be able to fully provide such a guarantee, but as first-year show sponsor, Filtered is obliged to do its best. That has informed its choice of seminar material, with Ajay Jacob, Academy Content Manager and Learning Strategist at Arcadis joining Filtered Head of Customer Success Rob MacAllister to discuss leadership development and digital transformation with AI and Teams (12/02, 12:30, T1). This is a unique use of the Microsoft technology that owners of it should not miss.

Teams owners would also be well-advised to visit Stand E15 to get their figurative socks blown off by Filtered’s new Teams integration, which offers groundbreaking functionality to deliver change programmes at pace. Those at the more exploratory end of digital transformation can also get their hands on an exclusive magpie for Microsoft deal to kickstart their company’s data literacy. There will also be Buzzword Bingo, a chance for attendees to discover the overhyped buzzwords to avoid, or even better search them out and be rewarded with beer at 4pm.

Attendees’ time will also be well-spent in the company of friends of Filtered speaking in the Conference such as Francesco Mantovani, whose session ‘Powering personalisation and recommendations for learning with AI’ (13/02, 15:50, Tr. 1) will represent one of the most cutting edge explorations of the topic. Show visitors interested in choosing the right vendor would be wise to attend Helen Smyth of Sainsbury’s and Amanda Nolen of NilesNolen’s session on the topic (12/02, 12:40, Tr. 5)

Conference attendees can also gain access to an exclusive delegate networking event on the eve of the show by entering details here. Limited places remain and are going fast.