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    • David Wilson explains the HR and learning market 9-Grids

      Learning News | London |

      Market analyst, David Wilson, talks to Learning News about the learning market and how it's responding to unprecedented business change. In the final part of the series Learning News asked David about how his firm assesses the market sectors and how to interpret the HR and learning market 9-Grids.

    • Richard McCann on presenting

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      International speaker, Richard McCann, talks about his life story and how teachers and business leaders inspired his career on the world stage.

    • The Apprenticeship Levy in L&D

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Ennis Reid, Head of Learning and Development at Quilter, talks about funding L&D programmes with the Apprenticeship Levy.

    • More boys apply to top universities; but more girls get accepted

      Learning News | London, UK |

      Male students are as much as 50% more likely to apply to prestigious Ivy League or Russell Group universities than their female counterparts, according to new research by university and careers guidance platform, BridgeU.

    • Thrive Learning launches

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Tom Beale and Will Towse explain what Thrive Learning, a new elearning company, brings to the UK market.

    • Virtual reality training from Virtual College

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Filmed at World of Learning in October Jaison Cresswell gives a market update on Virtual College and introduces its virtual reality training partnership with C-Live.

    • Chatbots in learning and development

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Mike Newton talks about the progress Learning Pool is making with its chatbot and AI technology.

    • L&D trends: Sean Nugent, LEO Learning

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Sean Nugent of LEO Learning speaks to Learning News at this year's World of Learning event about the L&D landscape and LEO Learning's focus.

    • Learning Leaders - David Wilson on learning systems

      Learning News | London |

      Market analyst, David Wilson, talks to Learning News about the learning market and how it's responding to unprecedented business change. In part three we look at how the LMS market is adapting to users' expectations and the emergence of next generation learning environments.

    • People experience at River Island

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Nebel Crowhurst and Mike Collins talk about HR's role in supporting River Island's rapidly evolving business.

    • Mental health awareness training

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Alex Hathway of Nimble Elearning talks about a mental health awareness training project with Espirita Learning.

    • Inside World of Learning 2018

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham |

      Learning News interviews review with speakers, exhibitors and participants at World of Learning 2018.

    • World of Learning: Asma Shah

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham, UK |

      Asma Shah talks about her keynote speech and the 'You Make It' programme for women in East London.

    • Innovations in humanitarian learning

      Learning News | London |

      Learning News interviewed Atish Gonsalves of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy at Learning Live, about his organisation's aim to improve the skills of those who respond to crises and disasters around the world.

    • End-to-end learner experience at Aviva

      Learning News | London |

      Learning News interviewed Gemma Critchley at this year's Learning Live all about her efforts to improve learning outcomes at Aviva by looking at the end-to-end learner experience and how L&D can learn from marketing and social media.

    • Analytics and data science in learning and development

      Learning News | London |

      An interview with Kevin Yates, Fact-Finder for Learning & Development at McDonald’s, about using data science and analytics for answering the question, “Did training work?”

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