Europe's leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work opens this week on 4 and 5 May in London. The event returns in-person for the first time after the pandemic and 9,000 people, from over 50 countries, are expected to attend.
Now in its twenty-second year, Learning Technologies is the world’s leading conference dedicated to technology-supported learning in the workplace.
The event comprises a five-track conference exploring the new tools and methodologies transforming workplace learning today, and looking at what’s going to make an impact tomorrow. Keynote speakers include Anita Lettink from Strategic Management Centre, Marco Dondi from Mckinsey & Company, the entrepreneur, author and consultant, Julia Hobsbawm and the author, speaker and broadcaster, Matthew Syed, who opens the conference on Wednesday. In total over 90 speakers will address the conference.
Conference booking: Learning Technologies 2022 Conference passes.
Alongside runs a free exhibition of over 200 learning and learning technology vendors, all of the leading players are taking part. A free seminar programme takes place throughout the exhibition, across eleven exhibition theatres, for visitors to attend. Pre booking the seminars isn't required but seats are taken on a first come-first-serve basis, and are expected to be busy. Visitors are encouraged to plan their days at the event in advacnce and arrive early at their chosen seminars.
Exhibition booking (free): Learning Technologies 2022 Exhibition visitor passes.
Event organiser, Mark Penton said: “It's two years since we were last able to run this event and we're thrilled to be back. Everything is ready and we're looking forward to putting on a world-class show for the learning and development sector.”