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Moving Learning 2007
Moving Learning 2007, a one-day seminar about the changes taking place in organisational learning, is to take place in London on 13 June 2007 and in Amsterdam on 14 June 2007.
Alfred Remmits, CEO of LearningGuide Solutions - a sponsor of the Moving Learning events, said: "In recent years there has been much discussion about the changes that need to take place in organisational learning for workforces to really adapt to all of the new ways of working and new systems being introduced, yet few feel the learning industry has properly got to grips with it. With learners reaching for Google before the course catalogue, how can learning departments engage with future learners in new ways?"
"With a host of visionary speakers from across the learning industry, Moving Learning 2007 will help learning professionals to discover together what learning departments can do to really effect changes in organisational learning and, in particular, how to enable better informal learning. We hope you will join us for one of the most important annual events in the learning industry calendar."
The Moving Learning series, now in its third year, is anchored around a one-day seminar, running annually on consecutive days in the Netherlands and the UK, with further Moving Learning activities running in Europe and North America in between.
Moving Learning 2007 is aimed at learning professionals in medium and large enterprises that are interested in discovering about how organisational learning is evolving and about informal and process-embedded learning in the workplace.
For further details, attendance fees and registration visit: www.movinglearning.com
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