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The state of L&D on Learning Now tv

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On this month's LNTV Nigel Paine talks to Robin Hoyle on the state of L&D in 2015; features on agile learning, BP’s learning portal, Devlearn 2015; interviews with BT Learning Academy’s Martyn Stevenson-Read on his involvement with the eLearning Network and LEO’s learning design lead Thomas Winter.

Kim George and Nigel Paine will host LNTV's anniversary programme on 29 October
Kim George and Nigel Paine will host LNTV's anniversary programme on 29 October 

“Learning Now tv is one year old this month and will present its anniversary programme on the hottest issues in L&D, hosted by Nigel Paine and Kim George and joined this month by Robin Hoyle reflecting on what excites and disappoints him in L&D today,” explained LNTV’s Executive Producer, Colin Steed.

The programme starts at 8.00 pm UK time, Thursday 29 October, with Ady Howes’ live social stream from 7.45 pm for viewers to join in with.

October’s LNTV programme includes:

  • Robin Hoyle talks to Nigel Paine about what excites him - and what's disappointing him - about L&D today.

  • DevLearn 2015 Report - LNTV’s US Report comes direct from the DevLearn conference in Las Vegas. Lisa Minogue-White talks to Clark Quinn, and Brent Schlenker asks some delegates for their definition of what e-Learning means to them.

  • BP's Learning Innovation Manager, Gemma Critchley, runs the very successful learning portal at BP. Kim George finds out more about it and what the plans are for expanding it this year.

  • Agile learning is an important part of L&D's solution. Nigel discusses the benefits of being agile with Owen Ferguson, Chief Operating Officer at Good Practice.

  • LNTV’s report from Australia this month focuses on a networking initiative set up by Helen Blunden.

  • Winning an award for Learning Provider of the Year at this year's Learning Awards is a huge ask. Kim talks to Sponge UK's Managing Director Louise Pasterfield about what makes them award winners in this prestigious category.

  • This month's Trainers' Tips from TrainingZone's Jon Kennard features some useful tips for Brainstorming.

  • This month's Learning Designers features Thomas Winter, lead learning designer at Leo, and we look at one of his latest projects.

  • Martyn Stevenson-Read runs BT's Learning Academy and has recently joined the board of the E-Learning Network. Lisa Minogue-White asks him why he joined the ELN board and what he hopes to achieve there.

  • The special Your Say feature this month comes from Sheena Whyatt. Here she gives advice on rising up to career challenges.

The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday October 29, 8.00 pm UK time with the regular live social stream with Ady Howes from 7.45 pm.