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Brightwave offers free live online training sessions to celebrate National Learning at Work Day
To celebrate National Learning at Work Day on 17th May, Brightwave is offering a series of free live online learning sessions to help organisations grow their learning skills and cultivate talent.
Run by the Campaign for Learning, Learning at Work Day is an annual awareness campaign that promotes and supports workplace learning events across the UK, highlighting the importance of workplace learning and skills.
Running at 11am each morning (Monday 14th to Friday 18th May), Brightwave's free online learning sessions are designed to provide practical skills for daily business tasks. Each session starts at 11am (GMT), lasts 20 minutes and is completely free.
The sessions are:
Charles Gould, Brightwave's managing director, said of the programme: "For the third year running, we're delighted to celebrate and support the efforts of Learning at Work Day.
"In a live debate we hosted at Learning Technologies in January, we asked the question 'How is the role of the learning designer changing?' The answer 'Foster continuous learning' came back loud and clear.
"This demonstrates a focus within the L&D community to help people become autonomous learners, and in doing so, improve the conditions for lifelong learning.
"It's sessions like these that provide those working in L&D with an excellent opportunity to boost organisational skills in key business areas at the same time."
Tricia Hartley, chief executive of the Campaign for Learning, said: "Our particular interest is trying to get people involved in learning in the workplace who wouldn't normally take part, doing that by a whole variety of means.
"So it might be running taster sessions in the workplace, job swaps, job shadowing or team building. It can be whatever feels sensible for the particular organisation."
For more information about Brightwave's free online learning sessions, visit: www.brightwave.co.uk/learningatworkday
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