This year's Learning at Work Week runs from 5-11 October 2020 and we're proud to be a National Activity Partner!
In support of this year's theme of Learning Journeys, we've developed a FREE experiential learning activity for you to use in either virtual or face-to-face training sessions. It's called Good Boss, Bad Boss, lasts 40-50 minutes and it's all about what effective management looks like.
To claim your copy now, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning our free activity for Learning at Work Week 2020 and we'll send it to you (electronically). It's completely free for you to download and use in your training programmes, with as many delegates and as many times as you wish.
What is Learning at Work Week?
Learning at Work Week is an annual event organised by the Campaign for Learning. It aims to put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of learning and development at work.
Who can take part?
All companies and organisations are invited to mark Learning at Work Week. All types and sizes of organisation take part including multinationals, SMEs, public sector organisations and government departments. Events are led and organised by HR and L&D colleagues, ULRs, learning champions, marketing and communication colleagues and often delivered collaboratively.
Find out more about Learning at Work Week here.