Wilmington and ICA present at Learning Technologies London
Representatives from Wilmington plc and the International Compliance Association have been invited to speak at Europe’s leading workplace learning event, Learning Technologies London.
Julian Chaffey, Director of Digital Learning Platforms for Wilmington plc and Tim Tyler, Head of Qualifications for the International Compliance Association (ICA) will be speaking in a seminar, which takes place on 4th May (10:15 – 10:45am). It discusses Wilmington’s investment in the Barco weConnect digital classroom technology to facilitate global training sessions for businesses in the Wilmington group, including the ICA.
Julian and Tim look forward to discussing the way in which the Digital Classroom is being used to deliver a wide range of courses and qualifications relating to financial crime and compliance to ICA’s global students and members.
In the session, Julian will focus on the investment and role the technology plays, while Tim will provide a practical insight into how the technology is enabling ICA’s lecturers to deliver a fully immersive, three-dimensional experience, way beyond any of the standard online communication tools.
Title: “Can you identify the terrorist? How the ICA is using Barco’s WeConnect virtual classroom technology to change the way vital issues are taught and applied.”
Date: Wednesday 4 May
Location: Theatre 10, ExCeL Exhibition Hall, London
Learning Technologies is a two-day event, which takes place from 4-5 May 2022 at the ExCeL Centre in London, bringing together experts in organisational learning and technologies that are designed to support learning at work. Over 9000 attendees from 50 different countries are expected, where 200 seminars and 200 exhibitors are available, alongside a conference programme, to discuss the latest updates in this burgeoning area.
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