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Discover the freedom of Totara at Learning Technologies 2020

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This year, Totara is preparing its biggest release yet, with an expanded product suite which will provide unrivalled, integrated support for learning, performance and user engagement.

In support, Totara will have its biggest presence yet at Learning Technologies 2020, with 13 Totara Partners exhibiting at Europe’s biggest L&D event.

The partners attending are:

  • Accipio (M70)
  • BuildEmpire (E62)
  • Chambury Learning Solutions (P12)
  • Engage in Learning (E05)
  • Think Learning (L35)
  • MediaTouch (C40)
  • eThink Education (M75)
  • Synergy Learning (M65)
  • Learning Pool (D20)
  • Kineo (E10)
  • GP Strategies (K01)
  • (J01)
  • Wahoo Learning (F65)

Lars Hyland, Chief Learning Officer at Totara, will be taking to the stage in his seminar ‘Why an integrated ecosystem drives learning, performance and engagement in the workplace’, taking place on day 1 at 10.15am and day 2 at 1.15pm in Theatre 1. In this session, Lars will cover topics such as workplace motivation, why it’s critical to invest in flexible technology and the changing roles and responsibilities of HR and L&D teams.

This year, Meredith Henson will be hosting a live demo of Totara on 13th February at 11.30 in Demo Zone 1. In this 15-minute session, she will demonstrate how Totara Learn can be used to support organisations’ development and compliance.

Emma Matthews from Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust, a customer of Chambury Learning Solutions, will also be speaking at the conference. She will be participating in the learning engagement session at 1.55pm on 12th February, where she will talk about how she used a Totara Learn solution to support staff engagement and compliance, which has changed how learning is viewed in the organisation.

Other Totara-related sessions include:

  • Hacking the LMS evaluation process: strategies and considerations for a smooth selection
    Ben Cass, Customer Solutions Architect, eThink Education
    12th Feb 2020, 11.45-12.15, Theatre 7
  • Unlocking people potential on a shoestring budget
    Sascha Benson-Cooper, Managing Director, Accipio
    13th Feb 2020, 11.00-11.30, Theatre 9
  • How workplace learning is changing and how to keep up with the changes
    Brian Carlson, CEO, eThink Education
    13th Feb 2020, 15.30-16.00, Theatre 11
  • Voice of the customer: Totara supporting a plasterboard manufacturing plant
    Genevieve Tofield, Talent and Development Manager, Etex Group Ltd and Rebecca Iveson, Business Development Manager, Chambury Learning Solutions
    13th Feb 2020, 14.00-14.30, Theatre 11
  • The challenges of managing an LMS
    Lloyd Smith, Managing Director, Wahoo Learning
    13th Feb 2020, 15.30-16.00, Theatre 5
  • How do you engage learners in compliance training
    Mark Edmonds, Account Director, Engage In Learning
    12th Feb 2020, 11.00-11.30, Theatre 9 and 13th Feb 2020, 14:45 15:15, Theatre 1

Lars Hyland said: “Totara continues to grow from strength to strength, with the number of supporting partners at Learning Technologies a testament to the value and flexibility of our products, particularly Totara Learn, our market-leading learning management system (LMS). This year, 2020, is particularly exciting as we will be adding to our product suite: Totara Perform, a powerful performance management solution and Totara Engage, a definitive learning experience platform (LXP). Together, our integrated suite will offer organisations a simple route to bring often disparate systems together, improving the overall employee experience.”

This year’s event takes place on 12-13th February 2020 at ExCeL London, and will see more than 8,500 attendees attending 200+ free seminars and meeting over 200 vendors over the two days of the exhibition. 

Find out more about the event on the Learning Technologies website, and stay up to date with the latest news about the upcoming Totara product suite by subscribing to the Totara newsletter.