Totara Learning is bringing the freedom to learn to Germany from 30th January-1st February 2018 in Karlsruhe.
Four Totara Partners will be available throughout the show to explain how Totara gives organisations worldwide the freedom to innovate, choose and invest where it counts. These are:
- Arrabiata - Hall 2, I30
- eLeDia - Hall 1, E1
- LearnChamp - Hall 1, D4 and G20
- Synergy Learning - Hall 2, J31
Dr. Gottfried Maxerath, Channel Partner Manager at Totara Learning, will be presenting a session called ‘How to give your organisation the freedom to learn’ in the Trendforum at 11.15am on 30th January. In this seminar, Dr. Maxerath will show attendees how open source is the best option for innovation, including some success stories of how LMS users customise their learning platforms without compromise.
As well as this, LearnChamp’s Account & Sales Executive Hubert Dobetsberger will be presenting a seminar called ‘Towards a modern learning experience with Totara Learn’ at 3pm on 31st January in the Anwenderforum. This will focus on how learners’ requirements have changed dramatically in recent years, and how you can capitalise on trends such as personalised learning to deliver truly modern learning solutions.
Dr Maxerath said: “The professionally managed Totara Learn platform gives you all you need: freedom to adapt to the changing environment and needs, freedom to invest in your learners rather than in expensive software licensing, the freedom to choose from a global network of sophisticated Totara Partners and the freedom to be part of the Totara Community and, first and foremost, to put the learners at the heart of every training experience. Meet our four Totara Partners attending LEARNTEC to find out how they can help you achieve this in your own organisation.”
Around 280 exhibitors and 250 speakers will be sharing their latest ideas and thinking at this year’s LEARNTEC, focusing on the broad theme of evolving towards a digital learning culture. Last year, more than 7,500 international visitors attended, and this year is expected to be bigger and better than ever before.