Why attend a training conference?
As a learning and development professional, you need to be up to date with trends, innovations, and developments in this space. This helps you to optimise your performance and that of others at your place of work. The best way to keep yourself up to date is to attend training Conferences. Apart from making you relevant training exhibitions are also the best platforms for networking and linking up with the best in the industry. Having stated that, it is important to analyse the options available out there and select the ones that best suit your organisation’s needs.
Here are some of the training conferences you should consider attending in 2017:
#1 – iLearning Forum Paris, January 2017, Entry FreeThis is an annual learning exhibition that attracts e-learning training professionals, talent managers, HR and L&D innovators. The next event will happen on 26 and27 January 2017, and the organisers expect it to host about 5,000 visitors. There will also be over 90 exhibitors from more than 40 countries to showcase the latest innovation in e-learning.
It is free to exhibit at the event. However, because of limited space, you have to book a stand in advance. On the other hand, if you are attending to see what is on display you have free access.
This training conference is more than just about e-learning at work. It also focuses on the use of IT supported learning in schools, colleges and other learning institutions. Nevertheless, e-learning at places of work is a significant part of it. A learning and development manager or HR o will find it very resourceful.
The 2017 version will happen on 1st and 2nd February at Olympia, London. The event will host over 250 exhibitors, 70 speakers, and over 7500 attendees. It is free to attend. However, you need to register in advance by filling out a form on the event’s official website.
You can also exhibit. However, for that, you need to contact the organisers, and they will explain the various packages they have for stands.
The event is open only to charity and community organisations with an annual turnover of less than £1.5million. You also need to be a registered member of FSI. The training conference will happen in February 2017.
#5 – The Best You Expo 2017 – London, 4-5 March 2017. Entry £10/£15 (purchase in advance) – £15/£30 (on the door)
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Not showing up after booking your place attracts a fine of £500, which extends to leaving the event without good reason or not keeping to the itinerary. The event’s venue is Whittlebury Hall Hotel & Spa, in the rural Northamptonshire.
leadership, coaching, and technology. Apart from picking new knowledge, skills and trends, you also stand to network with fellow practitioners, including the best in the industry.
The next exhibition will take place on 10th and 11th May 2017 at Olympia London. Over 150 exhibitors will be part of it, and you will have several discussions, lectures and talks to attend. Conference sessions are booking up quickly and we want to make sure you don’t miss out out on your first choice of sessions. Book your place today.
#9 – Internal Communications Conference September 2017, London, Entry £595This is one of the training conferences that will expose you new skills, trends, and innovations that improve Internal Communications, which improves organisational performance as well as how you can pass new skills to teams. The training event will take place at Victoria Park Plaza on 15th September 2017. The organizers have invited experts with relevant case studies to address delegates have.
The entry tickets are in standard (£595), bronze (£895), silver (£1995), gold (£2795) and supplier (£1495).
Join 300 + L&D professionals for two days of learning with over 30 sessions and keynotes from experts in the business.
The next of the learning exhibition will take place on 17th and 18th October 2017 at NEC Birmingham. If you plan to attend, sign up on the official event website and receive your free e-ticket. You need it to access the venue.
The 2017 version of this training conference will take place on 30th November. The venue is Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK. The entry fee for attendees is £195, which you need to pay using debit or credit card while registering on the event’s official website.