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03 January 2012

The Learning Technologies and Learning and Skills 2012 events - Europe’s largest and most important events for the L&D profession - are taking place in on 25 and 26 January at London’s Olympia II venue. London » 03 Jan 2012 » Training Press Releases » Learning Technologies and Learning and Skills

The events comprise two exhibitions, Learning Technologies and Learning and Skills, and the Learning Technologies Conference. Over 5,000 visitors are expected to attend, making Learning Technologies and Learning and Skills Europe’s largest and most important events for the L&D community.

On show across the two exhibitions will be over 220 of the learning and development sector’s commercial suppliers - offering visitors an exceptional opportunity to check out the latest products and services on offer from across the industry. The exhibitions also contain free-of-charge seminars for visitors to attend, organised by the exhibiting companies, running in nine seminar theatres throughout the event’s two days.

Running alongside the two exhibitions is the Learning Technologies Conference, chaired by Donald Taylor: over fifty of the world’s foremost L&D professionals are presenting sessions at this year’s conference, covering all of the important and emerging topics in L&D today.

Event organiser, Mark Penton, said: “The January 2012 events will attract over 5,000 visitors - the most in our thirteen year history - highlighting the importance that business now places on L&D. We’re looking forward to putting on a great show.”

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