Jane Hart as Member of the LEARNTEC Convention
With Jane Hart, LEARNTEC has gained a renowned learning expert as a partner. The Briton is a member of LEARNTEC’s convention committee. She conceived part of the convention programme for LEARNTEC 2019 and has expanded the programme to include a complete English-language lecture section.
Jane Hart already played an important role at LEARNTEC as a keynote speaker in 2015. Hart has over 30 years of experience in supporting companies and organizations to develop talent through appropriate training and continuing education. A globally acknowledged expert in Corporate Learning, she is also the founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies (C4LPT), which is one of the leading websites in the field of learning trends, learning technologies and learning tools. This year, Hart was chosen by the US-based Association for Talent Development (ATD) to receive the “Distinguished Contribution to Talent Development” award.
Learning Remains an Ongoing Process
Jane Hart publishes “Modern Workplace Learning”, an online magazine for learning professionals. On this platform, she continually presents research results which reconfirm her thesis that many people do not learn the most in continuing education seminars, but through close collaboration with their colleagues directly in the workplace. Since 2007, the magazine has annually published a list of the best tools for online learning. Jane Hart is also the author of a series of books, including “Modern Workplace Learning 2018”.
Partnership with LEARNTEC is a logical step for her: “I am pleased to be collaborating with LEARNTEC to design an English-language lecture section on Modern Workplace Learning.” This includes presentations and interactive workshops exploring the rapid changes that are taking place in workplace learning. The partnership with Jane Hart is therefore not only a gain for Europe’s leading digital-education trade fair, but also and above all for everyone who is eager to learn in a society that is becoming increasingly digitized.