Special offers and activities from our national partners and training organisations for Learning at Work Week 2017 can be found here

Free webinars on the Technical Education and Apprenticeships from Pearson

Learning at Work Week 2017 national partner Pearson is running two special free webinars on 8th and 9th May in the lead up to the Week. The webinars are for HR, Recruitment and Learning and Development professionals and their colleagues involved in implementing apprenticeships. Go to the Pearson national partner page for more information on each webinar and to register or follow the links below:

Webinar 1: The changing landscape of technical education for employers and staff - broadcast 8th May

Webinar 2: Practical implementation to deliver apprenticeship standards in England - broadcast 9th May

Pearson is the sponsor of the 'Promoting a Learning Culture' Impact Award for Learning at Work Week. Visit our Awards page for more details.

National activities for Learning at Work Week 2017 from The Open University Business School
For Learning at Work Week, OUBS are running two special webinars and sponsoring an Impact Award.
Learning at Work Week: The Case for Curiosity Webinar
Wednesday 17 May, 12:30 - 13:00 (BST)

During this webinar, we’ll explore the valuable role that curiosity plays in learning generally but specifically in a work context.

Jo Lambert and Liz Moody from our Executive Education team at The Open University Business School, will:
Help you understand what curiosity contributes to individuals’ learning
Explore how it can be tapped into by learning and development teams
Explain the benefits for those who wish to improve their learning
We will also share resources and techniques that participants can put into action immediately.
The Challenges of Global L&D
Broadcast: 27th April 2017
Time: 12.30-1pm
This webinar is for HR and learning and development (L&D) professionals.
For more details and to register go http://view6.workcast.net/register?cpak=8860553516354303
The Open University Business School is the sponsor of 'Supporting Business and Organisational Goals' for Learning at Work Week. Visit our Awards page for more details.

As part of Learning at Work Week, Pearson TalentLens are pleased to offer you and up to 20 colleagues the chance to try the freshly updated Learning Style Questionnaire.

The Learning Style Questionnaire (LSQ) has been used extensively within industry and academia for over 30 years, to measure learning preferences in people aged 16+.Developed by Peter Honey and Alan Mumford and based upon David Kolb’s Learning Cycle, the purpose of the LSQ model is to help stimulate individuals to think about the way they learn from their experiences.

How does it work?
The survey contains 40 statements, which relate to behaviours representing each of the four different styles of learning: Activists, Reflectors,Theorists and Pragmatists. Each statement you agree with counts as one point to the related learning style. The more statements you agree with relating to each style, the higher your preference for that type of learning will be. Your results are available immediately upon completion.

For more details and to access the questionnaires for your organisation go to Pearson TalentLens' National Partner Page.

Free match-making service

For the sixth year running, Findcourses.co.uk has partnered with the Campaign for Learning to raise awareness of Learning at Work Week and to deliver its successful match-making service for companies and training providers. This free service is designed to help anyone who would like to plan a 2017 Learning at Work Week event in their organisation get in touch with training providers who would like to offer their services, including free taster training sessions or sample courses.

Find our more here and contact the team.


Learning at Work Week and Reading Ahead Prize Draw for Workplaces
The Reading Agency's Reading Ahead Challenge encourages reluctant readers to read six pieces of text and celebrate their achievements. Take part in Learning at Work Week and the Reading Ahead Challenge and you can enter for a prize draw to win an author.

The Reading Agency and the Campaign for Learning are working with Transworld Publishers to offer a prize draw for organisations that run both Learning at Work Week and The Reading Agency’s Reading Ahead 2016/17 incentive scheme in workplaces.

Reading Ahead supports young people and adults by changing their perception of reading, opening up opportunities and building their confidence. 

Organisations that involve a minimum of 40 employees in Reading Ahead 2016/17, in addition to marking Learning at Work Week (15 – 21 May), will be eligible for a national prize draw with a deadline of Monday 3 July.  The winning organisation will be offered a visit from a top name author courtesy of Transworld Publishers on a mutually convenient date in autumn 2017. 

To download an entry form with more details about how to enter visit https://readingagency.org.uk/resources/2059/

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants. For Learning at Work Week we are running webinars and special offers designed to inspire learning and development.

Join us for our webinar on Friday 19 May at 1pm on The CIMA qualification to find out more about studying CIMA.

We are also running special offers on CIMA on demand and CIMA Mastercourses – our range of online and face to face CPD training courses. Find out more.

Get your discounted place on the Comedy School's Communicate! Course

Unlock your creativity and learn how to ace your next presentation with simple but effective comedy techniques with the Comedy School.

We are delighted to offer a 20% discount on our Communicate! course on 19 May for Learning at Work Week 2017.

Sean Lock and Paul Whitehouse (among others) think we’re great and you will too!

If you have any questions or want to book call: 0207 486 1844. Quote Learning at Work for your discount.

The Comedy School is a not for profit organisation, 'Learning Thru Laughter' work directly funds our social development programmes.


FREE access to Alchemy Performance Assistant online support toolkit

As their contribution to Learning at Work week, People Alchemy is making the online performance support toolkit Alchemy Performance Assistant available for free. This isn’t eLearning. It’s just-in-time learning: bottom line, functional answers, advice, strategies, tools and methods that everyone in your organisation can access right when and where they need it. Over 135 topics, written by industry experts, available on your desktop or mobile device: click here for features and a demo video.

Visit http://pal.gl/db to get your exclusive link, which will allow you to make the Alchemy Performance Assistant available to your staff from 15th – 21st May 2017.


Free leadership videos for LAW Week

Put a mobile mentor into your leaders’ and managers’ hands!

Register now to access our Leadership Series of videos for Learning at Work Week, 15-21 May 2017.

The Clear Lessons online video library offers more than 500 short, authentic lessons with real leaders telling real stories, with no scripts.

All videos are two to three minutes long and can be accessed via desktop, mobile or tablet. Popular topics include leadership, managing people, resilience, active listening and creative thinking.

Register now to offer this fantastic free resource to the leaders and managers in your organisation during Learning at Work Week.

Free eLearning for LAW Week

Grab this once a year opportunity for your staff and volunteers to access our eLearning content for free, for the whole of LAW Week (15-21 May 2017). If you're a charity, housing association or not for profit working in the third sector, what are you waiting for?! Each course uses animations, characterful voice-overs and conversational tones to ensure your learners are fully engaged and motivated.

Register NOW
and we'll give you all the details you need nearer the time, so your organisation can log into our Moodle site for the week.


Free access to GoodPractice's award-winning toolkit, for all your employees

To help support Learning at Work Week 2017, GoodPracticehave come up with something special.

We’re offering free access to our award-winning online performance support toolkit for everyone in your organisation.*

Yes, that’s right! From 15th to 21st May, all your employees can access this great resource, which is used by more than 1 million leaders and managers in many organisations to meet everyday challenges and be more effective.

Winner of the 2017 External Learning Solution of the Year at the LPI Learning Awards, our toolkit is packed with inspiring and engaging content. You’ll find engaging videos, animations and infographics, as well as practical exercises and ‘how to’ guides on a range of personal development and management topics.

To take advantage of this amazing offer, get in touch with the team today:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0845 223 3002
About GoodPractice

*Terms and conditions apply.

Free access to Learning Heros for LAW Week

Learning Heroes is giving unlimited FREE access to their content during Learning at Work Week. To take advantage of this amazing offer visit www.learningheroes.com/laww-2017

Great news! FREE training materials for new driver safety rules

Since the 1st of March 2017, there are tougher punishments for drivers caught using their mobiles. We have been inundated with requests for materials to help raise awareness.

Great news! For a limited time only, we are making our Mobile Phones and Driving training materials available for FREE.

Get the resources while they are still free


We're delighted to support Learning at Work Week once again in 2017 with FREE access to our fantastic online Microsoft Office Video Library.  

  • accessible 24/7
  • saving time
  • increasing skills at your own pace
  • designed by expert trainers
  • presented in British English
  • short, clear, concise tutorials
  • ideal length to help you learn and apply new skills

50% discount for individual licences after the free week

If you like what you see and want to continue learning, you'll get 50% discount off a 12 month licence.

To sign up just click here and complete our quick form

 For more info call Linda on 01923 750507

Fun accuracy skills test for Learning at Work Week

Here’s a great little resource for your Learning at Work Week activities. All human beings sometimes make mistakes and yet few people realise that accuracy is a trainable skill.

This light-hearted Learning at Work Week themed accuracy test shows why accuracy matters and highlights the importance of paying attention to detail.

The test takes just three minutes and it’s free to use with everyone in your organisation. Download it here.

To learn more about accuracy skills training and to get your own customised accuracy test devised especially for your organisation, please contact Catherine de Salvo at Scott Bradbury or email [email protected]