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The global, cross-sector conference and exhibition on
technology supported learning and training

Berlin, December 5 – 7, 2018

Pre-Conference Workshop M4

Learning Works – The Future of Workplace Learning

Date Wednesday, Dec 5  Time   –    Room Check   Price: free of charge   Status: fully booked

Workshop leaders

OEB speaker Guenter Podlacha

Guenter Podlacha

GIZ - Academy for International Cooperation, Germany

OEB speaker Philipp Busch

Philipp Busch

GIZ - Academy for International Cooperation, Germany

OEB speaker Anja C. Wagner

Anja C. Wagner

FrolleinFlow - Institute for creative flaneurs, Germany

OEB speaker Tom Wambeke

Tom Wambeke

International Training Centre of the International Labour Organisation (ITC-ILO), Italy

OEB speaker Thomas Tillmann

Thomas Tillmann

ABC Tillmann - Consulting in Education, Germany

Content

Learning is changing rapidly, and workplace learning and training are as well. How can we come to terms with this change practically and concretely? Can we use agile methodologies to create better results, faster - in support of new workplace learning? What are useful strategies in order to avoid making wrong investments? What is the future of methods such as gamification? What is the impact of new forms of working?

We believe these and many other related questions can only be answered by sharing our knowledge and experiences.

This Pre-Conference Workshop (co-organised by GIZ’s Academy for International Cooperation and the International Training Centre of the ILO) will be facilitated as a bar camp in an open-space format and will focus on concrete practices und proven cases brought in by a team of expert facilitators and by you, the participants.

Target audience

Everyone interested in sharing their thinking and practice vis-à-vis new workplace learning in formal and non-formal learning settings from the workplace-learning sector, education institutions, the policy sector, and governmental organisations

Outcomes


Take-aways include personalised learning bricks, enriched insights into the manifoldness of workplace learning, as well as ideas on how to challenge workplace learning in an open and non-formal manner!