Learning and Skills Group

The Learning and Skills Group (LSG) is an international community of L&D professionals interested in organisational learning and learning technology with more than 10,000 members.

It is also the official community of the Learning TechnologiesLearning and Skills exhibitions and conference at Olympia London (31 Jan - 1 Feb 2018).

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LSG News

The 2016/2017 LSG webinar series continues on Thursday 29th June with:

10 am Give your learners a next generation experience – now!

Steve Foy, Solution Consultant & Ryan O' Malley, Solution Architect, Kineo

12 noon Serious gamification for serious threats

James Tyas, Senior Instructional Designer, Saffron Interactive

Recordings of previous LSG webinars are available via the webinar archive tab

In addition, all videos from past Learning Technologies conferences can be found on the video tab

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Good day everyone, I work in a health and social care organisation which employs about 800 people working in different locations in London. We are currently upgrading to Windows 10 and Office 365 and much later building a sharedpoint based platform. Most of our staff have weak IT skills and I need to come up with an implementation plan to training all 800 people in a base level of IT skills in a duration of between 6 to 12 months. Please does anyone have any experience of this kind of project…See More
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