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Learning Technologies Autumn Forum 2022: conference programme announced

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The conference programme for the upcoming Learning Technologies Autumn Forum on 13 October is announced.


The Learning Technologies Autumn Forum picks up on the key issues from May’s Learning Technologies Conference & Exhibition. As always, we explore these in more detail, taking the time to share experiences and examine the practical implications and lessons to be learned.

Running as part of the Learning Technologies 2022 Autumn Forum, the conference programme is designed with the emphasis on learning in practice, covering  Programme implementation; AI, data, analytics and impact; Talent and learning; Professional development; Tools and technologies; Future L&D; Content design; Learning engagement; and takes place on 13 October at London ExCeL.

Speakers include: 

  • Edward Gallier, Leonardo Hotels 
  • Lisa Johnson, NHS Blood and Transplant
  • Peter Manniche Riber, Novo Nordisk
  • Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Health Education England
  • Mirjam Neelen, Novartis
  • Jodie Pritchard, Citizens Advice
  • Sarah Ratcliff Cegos UK
  • Ross Stevenson, Trainline
  • And many other well known learning and development speakers

Delegates will find a wide range of sessions including auditorium sessions, café sessions, workshops and seminars, all with the common theme of interaction and engagement.

Learning Technologies Autumn Forum conference tickets are £495 and free-of-charge for Learning Technologies conference delegates and Learning and Skills Group members. Tickets are available via the LTAF website.

In addition to the conference the Learning Technologies Autumn Forum Exhibition provides visitors with a showcase of 40 of the learning sector’s leading suppliers and a packed programme of free seminars in five open theatres. Attending the exhibition is free of charge. Exhibition registration is available via the LTAF website.

“As a follow up event to the Learning Technologies London event earlier in 2022, the Learning Technologies Autumn Forum provides a wonderful opportunity for learning industry professionals to network with each other and discuss the hottest topics in workplace learning and development,” explained LTAF Conference Chair, Donald H Taylor.