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Home > News > January 2006 > 13-Jan-2006

Learning Technologies 2006: exhibition seminar programme announced

The organisers of Learning Technologies 2006 have announced that 28 sponsors and exhibitors are to run seminars at this year's exhibition. This is double the number of seminars that ran during last year's event.

Mark Penton, exhibition organiser, said: "The popularity of the exhibition seminars has increased year-on-year and consequently the January 2006 event will have two seminar theatres offering the 3,000 visitors a choice of 28 free seminars to attend."

Learning Technologies' exhibition seminars are running every 45 minutes during the course of the exhibition and will take place in the seminar theatres in the exhibition hall. The exhibition seminars are free of charge and pre-booking is not required; the show organisers are advising visitors to arrive early to guarantee a place.

Exhibition seminar programme:

Wednesday 25th January 2006

11.00 - 11.30

Theatre 1: Are you confident your training budget is spent wisely?
Andy Andrews, Product Director, InfoBasis

Theatre 2: Creating organisational heroes
Robin Hoyle, Chief Learning Architect, ebc

11.45 - 12.15

Theatre 1: Measurable results - using e-learning for performance Improvement
TIS

Theatre 2: Does your learning make the grade?
Neil Lasher, MD Trainer1 Ltd & President ASTD Global-Network UK

12.30 - 13.00

Theatre 1: Reducing the development time of e-learning content: the pivotal role of learning content management
Paul Wendt, Senior IS Consultant, Knowledge Management from PA Consulting

Theatre 2: Remote authoring - the death of client side authoring
Mike Alcock, Operations Director, Atlantic Link Limited

13.15 - 13.45

Theatre 1: Aligning business to learning: becoming a more powerful learning organisation
Steve Barden, Head of Consulting, Epic

Theatre 2: Award winning e-learning
Charles Gould, Managing Director, Brightwave

14.00 - 14.30

Theatre 1: Performance support
Ted Gannan, CEO, Panviva, c/o New Wave Learning

Theatre 2: Chasing the Learning Dragon - Informal and Collaborative Learning
Bill Edge, UK Learning and Development Lead, IBM Business Consulting Services

14.45 - 15.15

Theatre 1: STT Trainer and Shell: training for a global software roll-out
Nigel Warren, STT Product Manager and Solomon Mordochai, Shell Global SAP Training Lead

Theatre 2: Managing the blend
Hanif Sazen, Chief Executive Officer, Saffron Interactive

15.30 - 16.00

Theatre 1: The new quality standard for e-learning: enabling global quality e-learning services
Patrick Towell, Founder, Simulacra & Chair of Marketing for ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36

Theatre 2: The e-learning revolution?
Naj Rahman, Director, HCM Solutions, Oracle UK

Thursday 26th January 2006

11.00 - 11.30

Theatre 1: Where best practice in learning meets compliance: the role of compliance systems in learning & development
Simon Clayton, Sales Director, Computer Software Group

Theatre 2: BP Challenges its' employees to step up a gear and accelerate their computer skills into the fast lane
Karen Kimberling, ICDL Programme Manager, BP Digital & Communications Technology

11.45 - 12.15

Theatre 1: Poor financial understanding - a hidden threat to your business
Ken Scott, CEO, ILX Group plc

Theatre 2: The future of learning technology
Jon Ciampi, Senior Director, Product Management, SumTotal Systems

12.30 - 13.00

Theatre 1: Driving business operations performance with enterprise learning
Ed Cohen, Chief Technology Officer, Plateau Systems

Theatre 2: What does the future hold for instructor led training?
Paul Byrne, Managing Director, PPI Learning

13.15 - 13.45

Theatre 1: Build vs. buy: designing a custom online learning plan
Mike Summers, Marketing Director and Sippora Veen, Marketing Manager, Corporate Solutions, Thomson NETg

Theatre 2: Make your LMS implementation painless: a 12-point plan
Martin Belton, Sales & Marketing Director, e2train

14.00 - 14.30

Theatre 1: Turn up the volume! Using rich media to motivate learners
Jerry Gschwind, Vice President, Enterprise Solutions, Global Knowledge

Theatre 2: Rapid e-learning "the quick and the dead"
Mike Couzens, Chairman, Intellego Holdings plc

14.45 - 15.15

Theatre 1: Learning academies - perfecting the learner experience
Steve Ash, Account Director, LINE Communications Ltd

Theatre 2: Train your employees in minutes, not months
Robert Lee, Senior Product Marketing Manager, WebEx

15.30 - 16.00

Theatre 1: When does e-learning work?
Ian Page, Director. SkillGate Ltd

Theatre 2: Unleash your trainers
David Kelly, Managing Director, Watsonia Publishing Ltd

  • Learning Technologies 2006 Exhibition and Conference
  • Olympia 2, London
  • Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th January 2006
  • 10.00am - 5.00pm daily

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