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10 Totara Partners accelerate adoption of open learning platforms at LT 2019

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Ten Totara Partners will be representing open learning platform experts Totara Learning at Learning Technologies 2019, taking place for the first time at ExCeL London on 13th and 14th February.

This year, Totara Partners will showcase the freedom to learn through the use of flexible, open learning technologies, with experts available across all partner stands throughout both days of the event.

The exhibiting partners are:

  • BuildEmpire - stand J10
  • Chambury Learning Solutions - stand M29
  • Engage in Learning - stand H05
  • eThink Education - stand J26
  • GP Strategies - stand A05
  • Kineo - stand G10
  • KPMG - stand J20
  • Learning Pool - stand M10
  • Synergy Learning - stand J28
  • Think Learning - stand L55

Totara and its partners will also be presenting several seminars at the event to help attendees understand why freedom is so important in learning. These are:

  • Lessons from the frontline of learning technology implementations
    Steph Wild, Learning Technologies Lead Facilitator, York Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust
    1.55-3.05pm, 14th February 2019, Conference Room 5 (Learning Technologies Conference)
    Buying an LMS is easy. Implementing it and making it work for your organisation is not. Steph Wild will participate in this case study-led session to share practical lessons from York Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust’s Totara Learn implementation to demonstrate the true value an LMS can bring to an organisation.

  • How Envigo embraced the freedom to innovate with Totara Learn
    Louise Chapman, Talent Development Partner, Envigo and Mark Edmonds, Account Director, Engage in Learning
    3.30-4pm, 13th February 2019, Theatre 3
    Envigo needed a flexible, mobile-friendly LMS to replace their multiple existing systems. This session will explore how their switch to Totara Learn gave them the freedom to innovate, and how it helped them reach every single employee in the organisation with e-learning, certifications and an ebook library.

  • Avoiding buyer’s remorse - how to avoid procurement failure and deliver lasting value
    Lars Hyland, Chief Learning Officer, Totara Learning
    10.15-10.45am, 14th February 2019, Theatre 11
    Many learning technology projects fail to deliver sustained value to their organisation. The problem starts with the procurement process. Lars’ session will reveal a fresh approach that focuses on open technology, flexibility and value generation that is truly aligned with business needs.

  • Performance management is broken - learn how to fix it with Totara
    Tim Newham, Founder, Think Learning and Jason Kennedy, Systems Manager, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust
    1.15-1.45pm, 14th February 2019, Theatre 1
    Performance management today focuses on compliance and policing instead of engagement, alignment and increased human capital. This session will look at how to use Totara Learn to streamline the appraisal process and improve performance management throughout the organisation.

  • Understanding the open e-learning ecosystem with Moodle and Totara
    Brian Carlson, CEO and Co-founder, eThink Education
    12.30-1pm, 13th February 2019, Theatre 3
    In this session, Brian Carlson, CEO and Co-founder of Global Totara Partner of the Year eThink Education will shine a spotlight on open source learning technologies. He will highlight the key differences between Moodle and Totara Learn, highlight why so many organisations are making the switch from proprietary to open source solutions and demonstrate the importance of open source for a sustainable e-learning ecosystem.

  • Death to default design
    Phill Hendry, Lead UX Designer, Synergy Learning
    2.45-3.15pm, 14th February 2019, Theatre 9
    This session will focus on why design is so important, how to make the most of it and how to avoid falling back on old habits, including a showcase of some of Synergy Learning’s best design and UX applied to their Totara Learn projects. This is an opportunity to help you hone your design thinking skills and to design more user-centric learning experiences.

Lars Hyland, Chief Learning Officer at Totara Learning, said: “Learning professionals across all industry sectors are choosing Totara open technology to meet their unique learning and development needs. The freedom and flexibility of the Totara learning platform helps them prepare their people for the uncertainty and change ahead. We are delighted to see so many of our partners exhibiting, each of which have the expertise and experience needed to deliver sustained value and superior service to their customers.”

Once again, Totara Learning is proud to be sponsoring Europe’s leading L&D conference, which attracts more than 8,500 visitors and over 200 exhibitors.

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