Cirencester, UK, 12 January 2017: Multi-award winning learning and talent solutions provider Kallidus will be showcasing Kallidus Learn, its next generation learning management system, at Learning Technologies 2017. The new and innovative cloud-based platform offers a refreshing approach to learning for today’s modern learners, enabling organisations to deliver a more engaging and effective learner experience seamlessly across multiple platforms and devices.
Delegates can see just how impressive and easy to use Kallidus Learn is and discover Kallidus’ range of transformational solutions including Kallidus Perform, Kallidus 360, and Kallidus bespoke e-learning and curated content packages at stands B1 and A5 at Europe’s largest learning and development show, Olympia London, 1-2 February 2017.
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus, said: “We are really looking forward to demonstrating our refreshing approach to learning and have a number of exciting activities planned at the show this year as well as unveiling Kallidus Learn. We’ll be running a series of VIP roundtables alongside the conference and must-see seminars on the hottest industry trends from boosting engagement with VR and gamification to using learning technologies to drive transformational business change.”
As part of the main conference programme, Transport for London’s Alexandra Bode-Tunji will be sharing insight into the multi-award winning technology-led learning, behaviour change and cultural transformation programme that Kallidus developed with TfL. Alexandra’s Cultural Change seminar takes place on 1 February, 13.50-15.00 (session T5S2).
Kallidus will be running three free exhibition seminars in Theatre 1, located next to its stands:
Gamification RIP: 2017 is the year of Gameful Design (12.30-13.00, 1 February 2017)
Kallidus’ award-winning Senior Instructional Designer Joshua Roberts will challenge traditional approaches to gamification and will share how to create a learning experience that is truly fun and behaviour changing and doesn’t rely on the gimmicks that plague the industry’s current understanding of gamification.
Adding virtual reality to your 2017 learning strategy (11.00-11.30, 2 February 2017)
With 2017 set to be the year of VR for learning, VR guru and Kallidus Product Innovator Tim Drewitt will share insight into the how and when to use VR as part of your learning blend drawing on research-based evidence about how effective VR really is for immersing and engaging learners.
UX: your secret weapon for engaging learners (13.15-14.00, 2 February 2017)
Today’s modern learners are more impatient, distracted and overwhelmed than ever. Dan Healy, UX Designer at Kallidus and Kallidus Product Manager Ian Threadgold will share their knowledge on the secret power of User Experience (UX), how it can revolutionise the learner experience and why finding a course on an LMS should be as easy as finding a film on Netflix.
Philip Pyle, Sales and Marketing Director at Kallidus added: “The way we learn is changing and LT 2017 is the ideal platform to showcase our refreshing solutions encompassing all the latest technology developments. It’s also a great forum to have meaningful conversations with learning professionals about their biggest challenges and how best to use learning technologies to transform their organisation, boost engagement and improve performance.”
Kallidus Learn offers a new and improved way to deliver learning anywhere, anytime and on any device. With the most user-centred learning experience possible, it creates a new standard for learning management systems. It has been exhaustively tested for more than a year with real end-users and has achieved outstanding results in independent usability lab tests.
More than 7,500 L&D and HR professionals are due to attend this year’s Learning Technologies, which is the largest and most popular event of its kind in Europe.
To beat the crowds and book a VIP demo with a free learning health check visit http://kallidus.com/LT-Pre-book-a-demo