Public Sector Learning Conference

circle-of-colourful-people-boughtresizedThe Learning Pool conference is shaping up to be the highlight of our event calendar this year with some fine speakers, interactive masterclasses and inspirational showcase sessions.

The date is Wednesday 20th May and the venue is the Hilton London Kensington hotel, in London. 

With so much going on in local government L&D circles at the moment we spent a lot of time debating and considering what the theme of the conference should be.  What is it that most people are interested in?  What’s the next big thing?  But there was one topic we kept coming back to – the growth of new media and technologies.

As Paul says “Everyone’s heard how Obama used social media tools in his winning US election campaign and wondering how to make this technology work over here.  Learning Pool is all about making new technology accessible and useful for local government – we take the pain and cost out so that public sector organisations can stay ahead of the game.”

The agenda for the day features:

Speakers
Ben Page, Ipsos MORI
Donald Clark, e-learning guru
Major Roy Evans, British Army
Henry Stewart, Happy Computers
Harry Harpur, The Loop
plus more to be announced

Masterclasses
Writing for Electronic Media
How to develop your e-learning strategy
Demonstrating ROI
Creating your own e-learning
plus more

Showcases
Return on investment
Government Connect
Delivering Social Care e-learning
Using e-learning to communicate policy
plus more

Places are going fast so book yours now.  Delegate fee for Learning Pool customers is £100, none Learning Pool customers £150.

We’ve negotiated a reduced hotel room rate for delegates on the evening before the conference and there are only a handful of rooms left.  Email emily@learningpool.com to reserve one of these rooms for £109.

We will also be announcing the winners of our Customer of the Year award for 2008 at the conference and, this year, we have four categories.  Could you be a winner?  Come along to find out!

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