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Learning at Work Week #NLAWW in Pictures and Tweets

Learning at work week this week has seen organisations up and down the country engaging in a variety of activities to demonstrate their commitment to learning. Many have taken the opportunity to run a host of workshops throughout the week, supporting employees to focus on learning activities and holding awards ceremonies for learning stars. The topics included haven’t just been work-based. From Zumba to wine tasting, karate to knitting, we’ve seen it all!

In an interview last week, Julia Wright, National Director for the Campaign for Learning told us that Learning at Work week is ‘really to promote a culture of learning at work’. It’s got me thinking about what we should be doing all year around beyond this dedicated week to promote this culture. Lunch and learn sessions, collaborating with marketing to communicate learning opportunities, sharing useful learning resources; there’s lots we could be doing as part of our business as usual all year around.

We’ve curated some examples of what people have been doing for Learning at Work week in a Storify that you can see on the slideshow below. Have a look through. It might give you some ideas as to how you too can promote a culture of learning at work all year around.

  • Did your organisation get involved in Learning at Work week?
  • What activities would you like to see carried on throughout the year?
  • Of if you didn’t do anything for Learning at Work week, which of these ideas would you like to see organisations doing throughout the year?

 

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