Our national partners and Campaign for Learning provide special activities including free access to resources that you can use for Learning at Work Week. These are updated regularly so keep checking back. Also watch out for other providers offering free learning - see below for more details and how to watch out for other offers.

National Partner: The Open University Business School

The Open University Business School sponsor the Impact Award for Supporting Business and Organisational Goals. Enter for this award.

They are running a free online lunch and learn session during LAW Week open to all colleagues.

Project Management: Uncover the key to stakeholder success
Thursday, May 19, 2022 - 13:00 to 13:30

In this 30-minute Lunch and Learn session, Open University academic Jean Gamester, will uncover how to identify and influence your stakeholders, sharing a behind the scenes look at some easy to apply, effective tools and techniques that you can apply straight away from the OU’s Business Management: Project Management microcredential.

Details and how to register

To discover more great learning resources from The OUBS, visit their Learning at Work Week 2022 hub which has lots of activities on the Learning Uncovered theme and its three strands from The OUBS and The Open University.

The Open University

The Open University have lots of great materials for learning at work including their latest research and learning resources:  

As the only Chartered Institute for the people profession, the CIPD is really excited to be a part of Learning at Work Week. We look at LAWW from two perspectives, firstly what we do for our employees as well as content we can promote and share for public access through our website to meet our purpose of championing better work and working lives.

For our external focus this year we want to showcase the CIPD Learning team and how they relate to this 2022s themes, especially the uncovering hidden powers. Collaborating with our internal Learning and OD team, our branding and social media teams we have produced a series of five blogs to share, one each day.  These blogs will spotlight one element of this year’s theme sharing a range of insights.

To find out more, check out our dedicated learning at work week web page on the CIPD website where you can see what we did in 2021 and 2019 too.

We are pleased to announce that Coursera is a proud sponsor for Learning at Work 2022 in partnership with Campaign for Learning.

Coursera is very excited to be supporting the 'Impact Award' Sponsor focused on 'Powering Internal Mobility'. The award recognises one Large Organisation and one SME organisation that best demonstrate how they used their Learning at Work Week activities to power internal mobility and make opportunities more accessible and equitable for all. Organisations can enter using this form.

Coursera is excited to sponsor this exciting initiative as we are a company with a passion for providing upskilling, reskilling and development opportunities for workforces across the globe.

Your employees are ALREADY choosing to learn on Coursera independently!

With 100m+ learners globally, we have employees from just about every business coming to our platform to learn independently and we can track the learning happening in your organisation using your company email address.

As part of our commitment to Learning at Work Week, we are offering to uncover this learning, and provide the data and insights into what your employees are choosing to learn with us independently so that you can further support learning in your organisation.

We can provide data on the overall activity and the key topics they are taking courses in...

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...as well as further break down what they are learning and at what level of proficiency across the key domains and Business, Tech and Data.* An example of the Tech skills data is below:

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If you would like us to share this data and insights and show you how you benchmark vs your competition, please get in touch with Duncan Dunlop at [email protected] 

SFJ Awards is one of the UK’s leading Awarding Organisations, supporting public sector organisations and private industries with a range of fundamental and high-quality regulated qualifications that enhance professional development across the country.

SFJ Awards is supporting the Learning at Work Week Impact Award for 'Promoting Wellbeing'. Find out more and how to enter for this award.

By providing easy access to summarized expert knowledge, getAbstract helps organisations worldwide use knowledge efficiently. getAbstract’s actionable, 15-minute learning units empower employees to take charge of their learning and find solutions to real-life challenges.

getAbstract is supporting the Learning at Work Week Impact Award for 'Inspiring a Lifelong Learning Culture'. Find out more and how to enter for this award.

Our goal is simple: we want to match people searching for education with the people providing it. 

That's why findcourses exists: it's a dedicated education search engine designed to make it easy for our learners to search and find exactly what they need from our community of trusted training providers. 

Find out more and how to enter for this award

Uncover Drawing Power with the 2022 LAW Week Daily Doodle Challenge!

We’re inviting you and your colleagues to sharpen your pencils and flex your felt tips for the 2022 Learning at Work Week daily doodle challenge. 

Starting from Monday 16th May try our five daily drawing challenges below – whether it’s a quick sketch, doodle, scribble, a cartoon, or something more detailed. Doodlers can share their drawings for a chance to win creative art gift vouchers!

To promote the challenge to colleagues in your organisation, see the doodle challenge website for all the details including why doodle, the daily challenges, promotional graphics and how to enter the prize draw.

2022 Learning at Work Week Special Free Webinars for Parents and Carers

For LAW Week 2022, the Campaign for Learning is running two of its popular free live webinars for colleagues who are parents and carers.

  • Weds 18th May at 2pm: Learning Power – Great ways to get your kids learning
  • Friday 20th May at 2pm: Storytelling is your secret Superpower

See the webinar page for more details and sign up links that you can circulate to colleagues.

Sounds of Learning 2022

The LAW Week Sounds of Learning is a collaborative playlist to bring everyone together. Your organisation, team and colleagues can listen in and nominate tracks.

Find out more on our Sounds of Learning webpage.

National Partner - Northgate Training Activities 

Request your FREE training activity here 

For this year's theme of Learning Uncovered, we have developed a training activity called Reaching Agreement. It's an opportunity to practise problem-solving in a group where agreement of all parties is required. How can consensus be effectively and speedily reached? 

  • Lasts 30 minutes + debrief 
  • For any number of delegates (in teams of four) 
  • For virtual and/or face-to-face training 
  • Allows teams to practise a wide range of skills including problem-solving, objective-setting, communication, influencing skills, leadership & teamwork 
  • Claim your copy now! 

Simply click here or email [email protected] for your copy! 

Learning at Work Week Impact Awards 2022

The Learning at Work Week Impact Awards celebrate bold, creative and excellent LAW Week events which promote and support lifelong learning at work. The awards are competitive, and entrants are judged on how their Learning at Work Week campaigns address challenges and needs. 

This year's categories will be announced at the beginning of May.  For inspiration see our 2021 winners and commended organisations.

Watch out for other offers!

Lots of learning providers and companies offer free activities and resources in the lead up to Learning at Work Week. 

They are posting their offers* on LinkedIn and Twitter using the hashtag #LAWWeekFreeOffer2022 

Search for #LAWWeekFreeOffer2022

*Please note: The offers and services highlighted on the LAW Week website and communications should not be taken to be an endorsement of these products and services by the Campaign for Learning.