GEL Heads to World of Learning


Good e-Learning is set to exhibit at this year’s World of Learning conference, the UK’s most comprehensive event for L&D professionals.

Organized by the Venture Marketing Group, the two-day conference provides a one-stop shop for all things L&D. Attendees will have the chance to network with professionals at the forefront of the industry’s most game-changing developments, with seminars, workshops and exhibits covering everything from AI to VR.

The Good e-Learning team will also be making an appearance, so be sure to pop by Stand E170 to say hello!

“We’re all so excited to be coming back to World of Learning after our visit last year,” said Tom Dunning, sales manager at Good e-Learning. “We’ve been up to a lot since then; not only did we win The Open Group’s ‘Outstanding Certification Project’ award, we have also continued to develop our bespoke learning process as well as the ‘Learning Ecosystem’. It’s time to really show everyone what we can do!

“We will be showcasing some of our most recent e-learning projects, as well as our process for developing comprehensive courses and bespoke packages. Our goal is to show businesses how they can leverage the use of digital training, whether via a single course or the rollout of an LMS. To help with this, we will also be offering live examples and demonstrations.”

Visitors will also be able to attend ‘Learning Design Live’, a dedicated conference offering expertise and support for anyone interested in learning design and technology.

Andrew Gee, senior project manager for World of Learning, said: “The World of Learning Conference & Exhibition delivers a thriving and industrious platform for L&D and HR professionals to immerse themselves in current practices and the most exciting technology the industry has to offer.

“Visitors will take away inspiration, practical advice, and knowledge of the best methods and tools to meet the current and future needs of their organizations and their people.”

World of Learning will take place on the 16th and 17th October 2018 at the NEC, Birmingham.

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Philip is a content writer with experience across multiple industries, including gaming, home improvement, and now e-learning. He graduated from the London School of Economics with a BA in History before taking on various odd jobs and volunteer writing positions, but soon broke into professional writing as a retail journalist. Now focusing on content writing, Philip is a tireless enemy of cliched corporate jargon. He believes that marketing content should be clear, concise and relevant to readers. Rather than assuming that customers know all about your solution, it is up to you to identify with their problem and offer something that will really get their attention. As such, he strives to understand the real-world applications of Good e-Learning’s product portfolio so that it can be explained in a way that is both coherent and down to earth. If you cannot understand what you are selling, you won’t get far! In his spare time, Philip enjoys watching movies, gaming and writing with friends.