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Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom, 2007/03/29 - Learning Light, a non-profit Centre of Excellence in the use of learning technologies in the workplace, is offering best practice advice on how you can align your people and technology to improve business performance.
The Learning Light (LL) Advice Clinic on Stand 904 at this yearís HRD exhibition, running from 17th to 19th April at ExCeL in Londonís Docklands, is being staffed by a team of top learning technology advisors. Members of this team will be on hand throughout the show to provide authoritative guidance and advice relating to people, technology and improved business performance.
Among this team will be the world-renowned e-learning guru, Jay Cross, head of the Internet Time Group based in Berkeley, California, who is a regular contributor to Learning Light members on key e-learning-related topics. Also in the team is human capital management (HCM) specialist Jon Ingham who, in addition to offering advice, will be signing copies of his book ĎStrategic Human Capital Management: Creating Value through Peopleí.
Recently appointed a research associate of LL, Ingham is a Director in Human Capital Consulting with Buck Consultants and also consults through his own company, Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Service Ltd. He has worked in the UK and Europe as an HR Director for Ernst & Young and as a consultant for Andersen Consulting (now Accenture).
In addition, those visiting the LL stand at HRD 2007 will be entitled to three monthsí free access to LLís membership services, including the LL Membersí Portal.
This members-only portal offers access to a wealth of information in the form of easy-to-use Quick Guides, Knowledge Nuggets, case studies and articles on topics related to e-learning and HCM. This information-rich repository includes access to a wide network of peers as well as the latest insights from leading gurus.
About Learning Light Ltd
Learning Light is a non-profit organisation that highlights and promotes best practice in the use of learning technologies. It also builds relationships between learning technology researchers, suppliers, buyers and learners providing learner-centric information to encourage the growth of learning technologies. By sharing comprehensive research, highlighting successes and failures, Learning Light helps to promote the learning technologies community.
Learning Light provides bespoke and individual services to help both buyers and suppliers of learning technologies. Its current services include:
Providing access to expert insights, advice and guidance built on in-depth research. Helping organisations to effectively implement learning technologies (e-Learning) and integrate them within their workflow processes.
Partnering with leading thinkers in the industry and providing a network for all interested in the field to share information, knowledge, insight, experience and expertise, through utilising online community tools, networking events, conferences and guru seminars.
Learning Lightís highly experienced team offers organisations access to range of competitively priced consultancy services supporting buyers with the effective implementation of their learning technology (e-Learning) requirements. And, for suppliers, helping to provide a range of services to assist market awareness and generate growth.
In addition, Learning Light provides a comprehensive Professional Development programme to help Learning & Development professionals understand the significance of learning technologies in the workplace today and how to effectively implement them within the workflow processes of their organisation.
Sheffield-based Learning Light is supported by Yorkshire Forward, the regional development agency for Yorkshire, and the Humber and Objective 1 South Yorkshire.
Further information from:
Mark Pittaway/ Kay Simpson, Learning Light, +44 (0)114 201 5703