Report from Learning at Work Week 2019 Picture: It's a Learnfest at Baillie Gifford for Learning at Work Week 2019 It's been another inspiring Learning at Work Week with still two days to go. Companies and organisations have been running special programmes and activities to promote learning cultures at work, and mark the importance and benefits of continual learning. The rise of the robots, longer working lives and changes to jobs and roles are frequent topics in reports and the media. Many of this year's Learning at Work Week events have explored this year's theme 'Shaping the Future', sparking conversations and deeper understanding about what these changes mean and how work, life and learning may look in the future. People are getting hands-on with new technology and using digital tools such as at subsea maintenance and installation firm Global Marine, where colleagues can take a virtual reality tour of a vessel. There is learning about trends from researchers and industry experts, such as at Hotel Cafe Royal, where the future of hospitality is being explored. And the week is being used an opportunity by organisations, like Baillie Gifford and Carey Group, to encourage reflection on learning needs and aspirations, and preparing for the future. Our national partners are supporting this exploration. Pearson's major research, the Future of Skills 2030, predicts how jobs will change in the face of significant developments such as automation. Its linked interactive tool can be used by everyone to discover the skills that will be needed to flourish in the future. And to help people develop the skills forecast to be in demand, our national activity partners, LinkedIn Learning, Get Abstract, OU Business School, Udemy for Business and EdApp are providing free access to their courses and content. Pearson TalentLens are running webinars including on critical thinking; and Northgate Training has designed a special interactive activity 'Office of the Future' to stimulate discussion on the form of our future workplaces. This is just a snapshot. You can read more about the inspiring Learning at Work Week events around the country and all the great learning opportunities still on offer on the Learning at Work Week website. Do check twitter too @lawweekwire and at #learningatworkweek where many more of the great things that have happened and are happening are posted.