Learning technology show Bett has added a conference for learning and training professionals in large enterprises and public sector organisations as a part of its 2013 event.
The event, which is now in its 29th year, covers learning technologies in schools, universities, colleges and the workplace. Next year’s event takes place at London Excel on 30 January to 2 February.
Speakers in the workplace learning conference include, Jan Rijken, european head of learning and development, KPMG, Saj Shah, head of training and development for McDonald’s Restaurants, Ronald van der Molen, european academy director – human resources at Canon Europe, Jonathan Cormack, head of organisation effectiveness at Standard Chartered Bank, Thomas Atterstam, group head of talent & leadership development for Prudential, Karen Moran, director of resourcing talent and leadership at BBC and Scott McStay, vice president of learning leadership & talent for Barclays.
Debbie French, event director for Bett at organiser i2i Group comments: “It has never been more important for organisations and businesses to ensure that their employees have the skills and flexibility that are needed to achieve success. As the world’s largest technology in education event, we work hard to bring the most appropriate experience to our visitors, and have therefore expanded the show to include workplace learning.”
More on the show at www.bettshow.com.