Research suggests that the learning sector, as with many other sectors, is struggling to get women into the top jobs. Learning Now tv spoke to two women who’ve bucked the trend, Ula Howlett and Tamsin Napier-Munn.
Plus in July’s programme: Sam Rogers asks why we measure training and how taking a more simplified approach can help with management decision-making. Helen Blunden reports from Learning Tech Day in Ghent, Belgium and Martin Couzins looks at new research into learning trends from IET and the Open University.
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday July 26 at 10 am UK time. And the show will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.
The full programme of interviews and features for July’s LNTV show:
- LNTV focuses on the role of women in business and talk to Ula Howlett about her career journey and Tamsin Napier-Munn on her campaign to encourage women to 'step up' and really make a difference in the market and society in general.
- LNTV talks to Lesley Price and Wes Atkinson about the 3 year journey of the e-learning charity Learn Appeal and find out just what excellent progress they have made.
- Live online classrooms are now an important part of training delivery and Liz Brant describes just why the design of virtual training is so vital for success.
- Helen Blunden reports on the recent Learning Tech Day in Ghent, Belgium and talks to organiser Mathias Vermeulen and two of the speakers about their sessions.
- From the US, Sam Rogers, asks why we measure training and discusses how it should be done as simply as possible, providing just enough of the relevant data to enable decision to be made.
- Martin Couzins presents a new report - Learning Trends 2018 - from the IET/Open University and discusses the highlights with Nigel.
- Robin Hoyle this month shares some findings of a survey he recently carried out in Stockholm about organisations' learning culture and comments on some fascinating results.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday July 26 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.