Looop’s Chief Learning Officer, David James and Head of L&D at D&D Adam Harwood, will be attending this year’s World Of Learning Conference to discuss the power of personalised and adaptive learning.

The conference takes place on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 October at the NEC Birmingham, and as part of the conference programme, David and Adam will present The Power of Personalised and Adaptive Learning  from 13:15 to 13:50pm on Wednesday. 

Here’s What David And Adam Will Be Covering:

  • The benefits and drawbacks of personalisation Ÿ
  • The principles of personalisation and case studies of learning success 
  • How to use technology to focus on performance and results, not just learning

L&D Needs To Shift From Generic To Personalised And Adapted

“Most traditional L&D interventions are not personalised or adapted. It’s largely generic content and programmes that are accessible to ‘all’. We need to adapt to meet the individual needs of our employees in the modern workplace. By bringing learning and work closer together, by focusing on performance and results we are able to support our employees with what they are trying to achieve but this means we must change.”

 – David James, CLO at Looop

“We can’t do what we’ve always done and expect different results. We have to do things differently and develop ourselves to do so. Personalisation doesn’t come from being brought off-the-shelf, or by creating pages of content. It starts with L&D thinking differently about our value to organisations and the most appropriate ways of solving real problems.”

– Adam Harwood, Head of L&D at D&D

Hear David And Adam Speak On Wednesday 16 October

This talk is a great chance for L&D leaders and decision makers to learn more about what personalised and adaptive learning means for our profession. 

To join David and Adam on 16th October, you’ll need to book your place. You can find the full schedule of events, directions and ticket information on their site.

Rather speak to us directly about how to get started with personalised and adaptive learning? Get in touch. We’d be happy to connect you to one of our experts.