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Jun 13, 2017

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  • Jun 13, 2017 all day
  • Location: Olympia, london
  • Latest Activity: Jun 4

Learning Technologies Summer Forum is designed to further develop the key learning themes from this year's Learning Technologies event, this free exhibition is your chance to see, hear and experience the best of the sessions, new technologies, demos and companies that you may have missed at the February event, as well as a host of new content that will be on show.

With a packed programme of more than 30 free seminars in four open theatres and an exhibition area showcasing 36 of the leading industry suppliers it provides a wonderful opportunity to network with fellow L&D professionals and to keep your finger on the pulse of this fast paced and ever changing industry.

This event is absolutely free to attend and runs alongside the established Learning & Skills Group conference also taking place as part of the learning technologies 2017 Summer Forum in the Olympia Conference Centre.  

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  • When I go to register I see this... "The page you requested: Content/Learning-Technologies-2015-Summer-Forum Does not exist. Please check your info and try again!" An old link perhaps (2015)?

    • Thanks for spotting that Donna. My apologies. Ive updated the link now.
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