Virtual College partners with experts for future of L&D

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Virtual College are launching ‘Shaping the Future of L&D’ a new thought-leader series . In this series, they have partnered with 14 learning and development experts. Which is to address how L&D is changing as technology rises.

This future of L&D landscape is something which affects many organisations. Told through different videos, the series shares, thoughts and opinions. As well as tips and advice which will be beneficial to any organisation. For the firms who has a learning and development department. And, which is trying to prepare for this changing landscape.

The series kicks off with ‘The Changing of Job Roles within L&D’. Where they will be sharing experts’ views on various topics. Such as, preparing for the future of L&D roles that don’t exist yet. The holistic role of learning professionals and upskilling into multi-skilled hybrid roles.

The experts which feature in this topic are:

–          Joan Keevill – Director at Designs on Learning and Chairperson at the eLearning network

–          Spencer Holmes – Director at Totem Learning

–          Nick Bate – Co-founder of Blue Eskimo

–          Dan Nolan – Learning Technology Consultant at Virtual College

To access ‘The Changing of Job Roles within L&D’ and hear these experts’ insights, click here.

Following topics in the series are:

  • The Digital Transformation of L&D
  • The Responsibility of Measuring the Business Impact of Learning
  • The Rise of Automation
  • Re-launching the L&D team

Future of L&D by Simon Falconer

 ‘We know organisations are struggling to adapt to this rapidly changing learning and development industry,’. Said by Simon Falconer, Chief Marketing Officer at Virtual College. ‘So we wanted to create a meaningful channel. So that we can share valuable insights and approaches from leading experts. We hope it will be thought-provoking and provide some answers. And, are excited to see the response, Simon’.

Follow Virtual College on LinkedIn and Twitter for new topics comming soon.

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