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Technical literacy impacts on excellent design of learning experiences

Written by Ross Garner on 16 May 2016 in Opinion
Computer

Learning technology - what can we learn from Norman Doors, asks instructional designer Ross Garner

Interview with Peter Cheese, CEO of the CIPD

Written by Jo Cook on 13 May 2016 in Video
CIPD CEO Peter Cheese

What possibilities are there that L&D can be part of a role in the wider community?

Learning strategy; food for thought?

Written by Andy Lancaster on 13 May 2016 in Opinion
Picture of fresh produce

Andy Lancaster reflects on how we learn and makes comparisons with how we shop for food

What is shaping your L&D?

Written by James Hennigan on 27 May 2016 in News
Students learning in a classroom

“What’s shaping your L&D?” was on the agenda yesterday as KnowledgePool (part of Capita Learning Services) hosted a panel discussion for learning professionals at London’s Hospital Club.

TJ week of webinars - assessment tools discussion

Written by Jo Cook on 26 May 2016 in News
TJ webinar series - Jo Cook and Jo Keeler

In the last TJ webinar session of launch week, assessment tools are the discussion point

The secrets of LNA

Written by Krystyna Gadd on 26 May 2016 in Feature

Krystyna Gadd offers some advice on learning needs analysis (LNA) and its value in raising your profile.

TJwow recording - pros and cons of assessment tools

Written by News on 25 May 2016 in News
TJwow recording - pros and cons of assessment tools

In the last #TJwow of the launch week, personality and team assessment tools were discussed

Lord Sugar appointed as government's enterprise tsar

Written by Mary Isokariari on 25 May 2016 in News
Lord Alan Sugar

Businessman and The Apprentice star Alan Sugar has been appointed as David Cameron’s new enterprise tsar.

 

TJwow recording - is neuroscience going to help learning in the 21st century?

Written by News on 25 May 2016 in News
Week of webinars #TJwow neuroscience in learning

The penultimate #TJwow live webinar discussion focusing on neuroscience and it's application in L&D

Skills shortages boosting pay of construction workers

Written by Mary Isokariari on 25 May 2016 in News
construction site

A skills shortage in the construction sector has pushed the wages of bricklayers higher, according to new research.

A job half done – when companies only go part way for training

Written by Vicky Roberts on 25 May 2016 in Feature
People at a training course

Balancing competing priorities and interests within an organisation can be hard, so how can Learning and Development professionals get creative in order to respond to the challenge? 

TJwow recording - who's responsible for sales training discussion?

Written by News on 25 May 2016 in News
Week of webinars #TJwow who's responsible for sales training

The third #TJwow webinar discussion in the launch week was about who's responsibility it is for developing sales people

TJ week of webinars - neuroscience in learning discussion

Written by Jo Cook on 25 May 2016 in News
TJ webinar series - Jo Cook and Tricia Riddell

Neuroscience is a hot topic, and one hotly debated. In the free live TJ webinar at 10am UK time Thursday morning we discuss it's usefulness in learning and development

TJ week of webinars - sales training discussion

Written by Jo Cook on 24 May 2016 in News
TJ webinar series - Jo Cook and Tim Royds

Just who is responsible for training sales people? Join the free live TJ webinar discussion Wednesday morning 10am UK time

TJwow recording - social media for professional development discussion

Written by News on 24 May 2016 in News
TJwow recording - social media for professional development

The second in our series of five #TJwow live webinar discussions - about social media for professional development

TJ week of webinars - social media discussion

Written by Jo Cook on 23 May 2016 in News
TJ webinar series - Jo Cook and Michelle Parry-Slater

Social media discussion in the free live TJ webinar on Tuesday morning 10am UK time

Educating apprentices

Written by Gary Wyles on 23 May 2016 in Feature
Hairdressing apprentices working

Gary Wyles explores the growth of apprenticeships and how businesses have a lot to relearn about our young learners.

TJwow recording - state of the L&D industry discussion

Written by News on 23 May 2016 in News
Week of webinars #TJwow live state of the L&D industry

The first #TJwow live webinar discussion happened this morning, 23rd May, and the recording is now online

What’s shaping your L&D?

Written by Rachel Kuftinoff on 23 May 2016 in Feature

Rachel Kuftinoff asks some serious questions about the future of L&D and invites you to join the debate

Driving engagement within social learning communities

Written by Sunder Ramachandran on 20 May 2016 in Feature
A picture of a chalkboard with social media phrases

Think social learning and invariably the L&D community starts thinking of ’Enterprise Social Networks’ (ESN).

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