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It was wonderful to meet so many of you at the planning workshops that we recently ran. If you haven't already attended an event and are looking for LAW Week inspiration, on 12 April we are holding a workshop on How to Design Powerful Learning Campaigns for your Workplace. You can find more details below. We also have news on this year's national partners and exclusive offers for LAW Week.
National Activity Partner news
We're delighted that Pearson TalentLens, The Open University Business School, getAbstract and Northgate are joining us as national activity partners for LAW Week 2019. They will be running special national activities, which will be available at 

Pearson TalentLens
Pearson TalentLens use psychometric tests to help organisations select and develop employees. For Learning at Work Week 2019 they will be running free webinars for HR and L&D colleagues and opening up their free Learning Style Questionnaires for colleagues to explore their preferred learning styles.For more information about Pearson TalentLens visit:

The Open University Business School (OUBS)
OUBS is the pioneer of online business education. Founded over 35 years ago as part of The Open University, it is now a leading business and management education provider to both individuals and organisations, spanning commercial, public and voluntary sectors. In 2019, The Open University is celebrating its 50th Anniversary of opening up education to all and OUBS is supporting this with a festival of business and law which will showcase our world-leading research agenda and its impact in the workplace, communities and society. For further information on the Anniversary and the School, visit:

getAbstract is the world’s leading provider of curated and compressed knowledge. getAbstract finds, rates and summarises the top business books, articles and video talks into 10-minute abstracts. The library consists of more than 18,000 text and audio summaries in areas such as leadership, finance, innovation, self-development and science. For more information about getAbstract visit:

Northgate Training
Northgate is the leading developer of interactive and participative games, activities and business simulations. Find out why thousands of Trainers worldwide trust Northgate to boost their learning & development initiatives at For Learning at Work Week 2019, Northgate will be offering a free interactive activity developed especially for the 'Shaping the Future' theme.
How to Design Powerful Learning Campaigns for your Workplace
Friday 12th April, Westminster, London

If you are looking for inspiration for Learning at Work Week and beyond, join us for this one day workshop on how to design powerful learning campaigns and events. Learning campaigns are a great way of raising the profile of learning and development in the workplace - but they can be so much more than that. Used strategically, they can help address a range of business problems and issues, and contribute to shifts in behaviour and culture. This one day workshop will include quick win ideas for Learning at Work Week 2019 which can be used for any learning campaign.

Please note, as there is some overlap, delegates may not gain as much benefit if they have already attended a Learning at Work Week planning workshop.

An earlybird delegate rate of £150 will be available until 20th March 2019.
Find out more and book
Free access to leadership video library
Register now for an unmissable offer of access to over 500 online leadership videos during Learning at Work Week. Clear Lessons is a fantastic content library and powerful learning platform. It’s the perfect tool for businesses looking to inspire and further their employees’ careers. The videos capture real world advice from industry leading experts and will help develop the next generation of leaders within your company. 82% of high performing organisations use video in learning and development. It isn’t the future, it’s the right now. Can you afford not to use it?
Register now
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