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2020 Planning Workshops

We run planning workshops on how to create an engaging Learning at Work Week that aligns with the goals, needs and aspirations of your business. We will be posting opportunities here and on our our events page.

Planning elements

This year's theme is 'LEARNING JOURNEYS'

Each year we set a theme for Learning at Work Week. For 2020, your organisation is invited to run activities on the theme 'LEARNING JOURNEYS'. The theme invites exploration of lifelong learning, collaborative learning and dealing positively with challenges through learning and innovation. See our Learning Journeys' activity ideas. Our graphics page will have themed images and posters you can use.

National activities and special offers

Our national partners offer free special activities every year from webinars to free access to online learning that you can use to enhance your Learning at Work Week in your workplace. You can also find great offers from learning and training providers. See our National activities and special offers page for more details when live.

Inspiration Guide

Our downloadable Inspiration Guide has ideas, tips and examples of how to run a brilliant Learning at Work Week campaign in your workplace - from supprting business goals to creating new types of learning opportunities.

Pinterest Board

Our pinterest boards for Learning at Work Week collate useful tools for managing and running events and activity ideas from around the web. Go to https://www.pinterest.co.uk/lawdaywire/

Case studies and stories

Be inspired by the brilliant things that other Learning at Work Week organisers have done in their workplaces. Check out our Be inspired stories from our Impact Award winners and reports from previous Learning at Work Week events.

Impact Award winning events 2017
Impact Award winning events 2018
Impact Award winning events 2019

Report from Learning at Work Week 2019