On September’s Learning Now tv Kate Graham hosts a Women in Learning panel session with three prominent learning professionals: Alex Watson, Andrew Jacobs and Lydia Charilaou. Nigel Paine interviews Jonathan Satchell, CEO of Learning Technologies Group, about what the future holds for modern workplace learning.
September’s show welcomes back LNTV US reporter, Brent Schenkler, to discuss his experiences with ‘communities as the new courses’, Martin Couzins reviews an eLearning Guild report on informal learning, Robin Hoyle considers whether L&D should get involved in politics when legislation affects people at work and we hear from two former npower L&D professionals about their use of AI bots in compliance learning.
Also on September’s show we go inside Learning Live 2019 to hear participants discussing key themes from the event earlier this month.
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday September 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 September’s LNTV show:
Our special Women in Learning Panel session is hosted by Kate Graham and features Alex Watson, Andrew Jacobs and Lydia Charilaou.
CEO of the LTG Group, Jonathan Satchell, talks to Nigel about how the group has grown into a significant learning technologies giant and what the future brings for modern learning technologies at work.
We welcome back our US correspondent Brent Schlenker and he talks about some of his latest experiences and thinking around how communities are 'the new courses'.
Martin Couzins continues his regular series of discussions with Nigel on the latest research. This month he features an eLearning Guild report on informal learning.
Robin Hoyle asks if and when L&D should get involved with politics when legislation will affect people at work. It's a fascinating topic that's well worth thinking about.
Kate talks to two former L&D professionals from npower about how they utilised AI bots to bring outstanding results to the firm's compliance training.
Our channel partners Learning News talked to some notable speakers and delegates at this month's LearningLive event hosted by the LPI.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday September 26 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.