National Learning at Work Day 2006
Relaxation techniques, time management practice, presentation skills or an hour of reflexology - your staff could fit almost anything into a day's learning at work.
And, according to the Campaign for Learning, Thursday 25 May 2006, is the ideal day to encourage them to try. It's National Learning at Work Day and the learning charity is urging organisations to show their commitment to employee learning and development by running their own internal learning activities.
Learning at Work Day was first launched by the Campaign for Learning in 1999 and the organisation says it has been a bigger success each year.
In previous years everyone from large companies, including the Halifax Plc and Oasis Stores Ltd, to public sector organisations and government departments have taken part.
In 2005, around 6,000 Learning at Work Day events took place across the country and the Campaign hope that this year even more organisations will follow to give their employees the chance to see what can be achieved through learning.
According to the Campaign, there are no boundaries to the kind of events your organisation could run - it could be a fun day that will act as a team building exercise; a serious event that transfers life skills to a work environment; an opportunity to showcase existing learning and development opportunities; or a chance to get your workforce to experience the fun side to learning.
For further information, including activity ideas and planning tips, visit www.learningatworkday.com
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