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Kallidus launches UK’s largest learner survey at Learning Technologies 2020

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Industry leading provider of learning and talent management solutions Kallidus, will be launching a new survey report ‘The Next Decade in Learning’ based on independent research among 1,000 learners this year, and will be showcasing its award-winning learning solutions at stand F16 at LT20.


Attendees will have the opportunity to discover the truth about what learners really want from their workplace learning and how they think L&D can be improved in the next decade in a free Kallidus seminar at 11.00, 13 February 2020, Theatre 5. Kallidus’ Harry Chapman-Walker will be sharing highlights from the UK’s largest learner survey and what challenges and opportunities lie ahead for L&D.

A copy of the report highlights will be available at stand F16 throughout the show and it is possible to pre-register for a copy of the full report by visiting  

Philip Pyle, Chief Revenue Officer at Kallidus said: “We have lots of exciting things planned at LT20 this year, from launching our insightful learner survey to demonstrating our innovative, high-impact learning solutions for which we’ve won over 40 prestigious industry awards. We’ve also got high quality smoothies on tap at our stand both days of the show.”

Highlights of what Kallidus has planned at LT20:

How David Lloyd Clubs got their learning in shape

Wednesday 12th February: Free seminar, 12.30-13.00, Theatre 5

Josh Warrell, eLearning Manager at David Lloyd Clubs will be showcasing how award-winning learning platform, Kallidus Learn, has transformed learning and development across the group’s 100 UK and 14 European clubs, and is supporting growth and expansion in Europe. Josh will be sharing the secrets to David Lloyd’s successful implementation, how Kallidus Learn has driven a widespread uptick in mobile learning and compliance amongst 8,600 staff and created a culture where everyone is responsible for learning. 

Using Kallidus Learn to maximise learning impact

Wednesday 12th February: Demo Zone, 14.25-14.40

Attendees will have the opportunity to discover how Kallidus Learn leads the industry when it comes to user experience and can help organisations measure the impact of learning on business performance. From mobile and blended learning to high-level dashboards and in-depth reporting and analytics, Kallidus’ Joe Thomas will be giving attendees a whistle-stop tour of what Kallidus Learn offers the modern learner.

The next decade in learning: highlights from the UK’s biggest learner survey

Thursday 13th February: Free seminar, 11.00-11.30, Theatre 5

What do learners really want from their learning experience? And how do they think L&D could be improved? Kallidus’ Harry Chapman-Walker will be revealing hot-off-the-press highlights from the UK’s largest learner survey. His presentation will examine the truth about digital learning by uncovering what motivates learners and what is really working for learners today. Harry will share the changes to L&D that learners would like to see in the next decade to make learning more effective.

Digital Transformation

Thursday 13th February: Conference Track 2: Big issues, 13.55-15.05

Digital transformation has been top of L&D’s agenda for some time. In this session chaired by industry analyst Laura Overton, Dante Frederick, Engagement and Internal Comms Specialist at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR)will be sharing GTR’s journey to better customer service using eLearning and games.GTR and Kallidus won one of this year’s Learning Technologies Awards for ‘Best Learning Technologies Project’.

At stand F16, 12-13th February 2020

Kallidus has won more than 40 industry awards for its award-winning learning platform and digital learning content. To pre-book a demo visit:

Over 8,000 L&D professionals are due to attend this year’s Learning Technologies show, which is the largest and most popular event of its kind in Europe.


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