Press release

TWM to present guidelines on leveraging existing technologies to drive user engagement

Cirencester, UKLearning NewsThe Working Manager

Learning integration specialists, The Working Manager (TWM) will be showcasing the tackling common problems faced by many organisations in effectively engaging with learners at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2017.

The TWM team will be showcasing their product offering on Stand 14 of the Olympia exhibition hall on Tuesday 13th June 2017. In addition to exhibiting, TWM will also be delivering a free seminar in Theatre 4 focusing on using technology to bridge the learner engagement gap.

The seminar entitled ‘Bridging the user engagement gap. How the learning portal approach can keep learners coming back for more’ will be delivered by Philip Purver, TWM’s CEO, and Daniel Mills, TWM’s Senior Learning Technologies Consultant.

Philip Purver, TWM CEO said: “We are delighted to once again be a part of the Learning Technologies Summer Forum. One of the ways we’re evolving the experience to better serve L&D teams across the country is by harnessing their existing technologies. We have seen some remarkable results amongst our clients as they discover the full potential of our iON portal in helping bridge the gaps in their learning environments. This unmissable session at the Forum will be ideal for all learning professionals who are keen on driving the return on their learning technology investments with ease.”

Delegates at the Forum can attend TWM’s session in Theatre 4 from 10.15-10.45 to gain insights on key issues faced by many organisations:

  • How do you leverage your current investments in Learning Technology to drive high user engagement and success for all stakeholders within an organisation?
  • How many times do we hear that we have an LMS or other system in place but usage is low and it is not engaging?
  • How many companies are looking to replace their current solutions despite the investment made?

With their modular approach, TWM’s iON portal allows organisations to build a solution with a range of features to suit their immediate needs whilst providing flexibility of adding additional tools and functionality as the organisation and learner needs develop.

Visitors to the TWM stand can take advantage of the appointment booking option to help plan their day more efficiently. For further information about TWM please visit www.theworkingmanager.com or follow @WorkingManager on Twitter.

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