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Started by Richard Clewer. Last reply by Richard Clewer Jun 23, 2010.
Started by Venkat Jun 15, 2010.
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Some of you may know that I serve on the Education sub-committee for an international training, simulation and education conference which is held in Orlando in December of every year.
The conference, I/ITSEC, is the largest of its kind and draws 15,000+ people from around the globe to see and learn about cutting-edge technologies and innovative ways to leverage existing technologies to more efficiently train employees. I/ITSEC is unlike other trade shows in that the focus is not just buying/selling, it’s really on communication and learning at the conference.
While there is a trade show floor (yes, they have happy hour some days), we pride ourselves on offering a platform for some of the industry's brightest minds to share new ideas. If you're interested in presenting at I/ITSEC, please go to the following link to learn more http://www.iitsec.org/authors/Documents/2014IITSEC-Call4Papers.pdf.
Abstracts are being accepted through 27 February, so be quick! You can apply at http://application.iitsec.org/abstracts
While the conference has had a governmental and Department of Defense focus in the past, we're rewriting the rules and encouraging bright education, simulation and training professionals from across all industries to participate. Having personally worked training and education for both MOD and the private sector, I KNOW there are ideas from the private sector ripe for being shared with those training our soldiers, sailors, airmen and support personnel. If you're interested and want to know more before committing, private message me and we can chat on the phone.
This is an exciting time in our industry and I would love to see you in Orlando in December!
New@G_Cloud_UK framework launching soon. Lots of good L&D stuff there. Check out the blog on http://gcloud.civilservice.gov.uk/
I thought I'd become a member of this group for a couple of reasons
I've noticed that this Group hasn't received much interest recently and wondered what the reasons for that might be?
Are the conversations still taking place, but elsewhere?
If they are, then 'where' is elsewhere?
Can I get involved in the conversations? (please)?
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