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Learning at Work Week is an annual event organised by Campaign for Learning since 1999. The event is to highlight the importance of learning in the workplace, by showing its benefits and making it accessible to everyone. Encouraging a broader outlook on how learning and development happens and how employees can take advantage of new ways to learn – from traditional class-room based training through social media to team meets for understanding and sharing learning. You can run special learning activities and promotions at any time and on any scale during the Week so there’s no pressure to do something every day,

Learning in the digital world – tools and platforms to connect people and organisations – how digital tools and social networking provides limitless opportunities for learning and instant knowledge sharing. Potential and advantages of fostering new social and collaborative models for learning, learning at work week is where employees and organisations interact, share and learn from each other creating a broader mix of learning opportunities within the workplace from courses to online resources.

Learning at Work Week, gives employers the opportunity to run events, campaigns and activities to allow them to engage with their employees and promote the benefits of learning. If you value the importance of learning and development in your organisation, take part in Learning at Work Week; 15th – 21st May 2017. To get involved click on the following link. http://www.campaign-for-learning.org.uk/cfl/learningatworkweek/ it’s free to register and access learning at work week online resources. Every year, our sponsors and partners offer free and low cost resources and sessions – from language lessons to life saving skills.

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