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The Public Sector Learning Conference 2010

The Public Sector Learning Conference 2010

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conference_adBudgetary challenges are at the forefront of everyone’s mind at the moment –  where does that leave opportunities for learning?

One place is find out is at the Learning Pool’s Public Sector Learning Conference on 12 May, London. Its a perfect time for us all to get together and discuss the key learning issues facing the UK public sector and how we can approach them together.

Some fantastic speakers have been confirmed including the new IDeA Chief Executive Rob Whiteman, internationally recognised learning guru Elliott Masie, Towards Maturity’s Clive Shepherd, Cllr Tim Cheetham and social media expert Joanne Jacobs.

Book your place here

Everyone’s talking about how e-learning can save money in the long-term, but how can you demonstrate that and how can you save even more money and optimise your efficiency drive.

And when you’ve proved that you can save money by implementing e-learning, how can you engage people who have never used it before?

Finally, what on earth is social media? What has it got to do with learning, and how can it help you acheive your goals?

We’ve got some of the answers to these questions – and we’ve got a fabulous group of public sector people coming together to discuss the possible answers to the rest – we’d love you to be a part of it!

More details:

The conference will be held on Wednesday May 12th, 09:30-16:30 at Dexter House, Tower Hill, London.

 Click here for details of agenda for the day and see here who has registered so far . You can also contact Elaine to find out who from your council is attending.

There’s bit of pre-conference buzz happening already, which you are welcome to join in on.  There’s even a group here to arrange the pre-conference party!

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by Elaine


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