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Do you fancy coming to Learning Live?

The two day LEARNING LIVE Conference and Exhibition is a unique event experience for workplace training professionals. The conference is focused solely on workplace learning topics with some of the world’s leading speakers flying into the capital. View the event programme here.

In celebration of HR Zone’s support for the event we’ve secured 15 tickets at a reduced rate of just £350.00 per delegate. Registration includes access to both days, the networking dinner, the conference sessions, workshops, keynote and all event resources (Normal price £495.00). Offer expires 1st August 2012. For further information about this year’s event visit www.learning-live.com.

To register your interest in a reduced rate ticket to Learning Live please complete this short form.

This year’s headline speakers really do stand out from any other event. The keynote will be delivered by former Olympian, Professor Greg Whyte. Professor Whyte is arguably best known for his work with Sports Relief, training celebrities through extreme mental and physical challenges including John Bishop’s ‘Week of Hell’ and Eddie Izzard’s 43 marathons in 51 days. Professor Whyte will be discussing ‘What makes up great performance and how can you deliver it’.

This year’s Networking Dinner (included as part of the registration) will feature a talk from Elliott Masie, appearing live from the US using virtual presence technology. New York based Masie is recognised as a futurist, analyst, researcher and organiser on the critical topics of workforce learning. He heads The MASIE Center, a Saratoga Springs, NY a think tank focused on how organisations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce. As well as reflecting on the challenges facing the profession today, Masie will take questions from the floor, giving delegates a unique opportunity to address one of the industry’s leading figures.

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