London UK 2023

London UK 2023


Dates and Venue


3-4 May 2023 | ExCeL London


Digital Hub

Welcome to the Digital Hub, your destination for all the digital content from Learning Technologies.

Discover news and articles covering subjects dedicated to the latest in learning and development, subscribe to our webinars and watch recordings from our leading events on-demand.


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The Learning Technologies webinars are back for 2022!

LSG 455

Ben Betts explored how learning and development can move from just implementing their organisation's strategy to helping drive it. 

Key takeaways:

  • How L&D can help drive organisational strategy
  • The right mix of learning tools to support that journey
  • How to build internal skills and capabilities
  • How to retain your best people by supporting their learning and career progression
  • The importance of truly understanding the skills and capabilities your organisation has and needs and how to bridge the gap

Watch on-demand now


In the first webinar, we explored why rapid digitalization needs cultural innovation to survive and how organizations can adopt a ‘people first, technology second' approach to their L&D strategy.

Watch this session on-demand to learn about:

  • Future-proofing learning - What does a future-proof organization look like?
  • Talent investment - What behaviours contribute towards a stronger, talent-focused approach to learning?
  • Embedding a learning culture is a shared responsibility - How can L&D teams build a culture of continuous learning in the workplace?
  • Face-to-face learning is no longer the gold standard - How can organizations figure out which are the best learning solutions for their employees?

Watch on-demand now

  • The most sought-after awards in the L&D industry, the Learning Technologies Awards, are back for 2022! Read our top reasons to enter this year.
  • Get a taste of the Learning Technologies Awards experience with this exclusive interview, where we spoke to one of the silver winners from the class of 2021.
  • The big ideas behind microlearning

    14 Jun 2022 Chloë Sibley
    Microlearning is the bite-sized sister to typical eLearning, tiny yet mighty. So, how does microlearning work and who does it work for?


Registration now open

The most highly-anticipated awards show in the L&D industry is back on 16 November 2022. The Learning Technologies Awards gala evening recognises the commitment to L&D across the globe, with finalists selected by our independent judging panel.

If you want to get involved, select from 20 categories the ones you wish to enter, and complete the registration form before 15 July 2022

Explore the categories       Register your entries

  • Coaching is a powerful tool for employee wellbeing, with tangible benefits ranging from increased productivity to higher employee retention rates, when used effectively.   It forms an essential part o ...
  • While e-learning use has skyrocketed over the past few years, there are still people who aren’t sure it’s a fit for their needs. Check out these seven talking points about the benefits of e-learning o ...
  • Managers have a lot to grapple with today and need new skills to meet today’s opportunities and challenges. The Covid-19 pandemic, Great Resignation, hybrid work - and more, are causing seismic shifts ...

Conference videos & interviews

Dante Frederick & Clare Dillon - Digital Transformation

Digital transformation has been top of L&D’s agenda for some time, as organisations try to keep up with the pace of technology. But true transformation is not just about digitising traditional processes. It is a shift in mindset and behaviour that transcends shiny new tools and systems.

Christine Locher - Values and decision making 

Too often we can have a great idea, or a good feeling about what we should do next, but our environment conspires against us to make decisions tougher than they need to be. This session is designed to help you cut through the complexities of modern business to understand what truly matters in your decision-making process, and what is just background noise.

Patti Shank - Design content

Writing for instruction differs from other kinds of writing. People who write for instruction write specifically for clarity, comprehension, and use. We certainly don’t want what we write to make it harder to learn. But unfortunately, some instructional content does just that!

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