Amphigean gets animated by Learning Technologies 2020
Amphigean is excited to be returning to the Excel Centre in London for this year’s Learning Technologies exhibition.
The event takes place over two days on 12-13 February and is Europe’s leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology required to support learning in the workplace. The approach and capabilities of the learning and development sector have changed dramatically since the launch of the LT exhibition more than 20 years ago. Given the ever changing needs and demands of companies, employers need to ensure that their staff have the skills and knowledge to adapt.
Learning Technologies 2020 will promote the latest technologies, learning solutions, hands-on features, innovation and best practice of the L&D sector, with a wide ranging programme of seminars. With more than 8,500 attendees, 250 exhibitors, 250+ free L&D seminars and two exhibition halls packed with the latest learning technologies, it provides a unique and exciting environment for all those involved in workplace learning.
After the great success and feedback from last year, our Creative Director Bryan Strange will once again be giving a presentation on Agile Video Production with PowerPoint. This will take place in Theatre 6 of the Excel Centre on 12 February, from 10.15am to 10.45am. Bryan manages Amphigean’s content creation team and has been involved in training and content for over 25 years. He leads our production of tailored solutions which are geared towards business performance improvements across multiple industry sectors.
We at Amphigean develop a range of assets from video and pure eLearning to interactive documents and infographics. We know that there is a huge demand for effective bite-sized learning through short, sharp, animated videos so if you’re interested in learning how to produce these within tight timescales using a tool you already have, head on over to our seminar!
The team at Amphigean really enjoyed our time at last year’s Learning Technologies exhibition and apart from generating some high quality leads for us, it also embedded our own learning. We relished the opportunity to network with like-minded people in the sector, and we look forward to sharing and discovering new innovations and methodologies this year.
We’re extremely excited about returning to the Learning Technologies exhibition. We’ve developed our capability significantly over the last 12 months and are keen to share this with our learning colleagues, customers and prospects.Pete Simpson, Amphigean Managing Director.