Get involved with Learning at Work Week


11-04-2019

Learning at Work Week takes place during 13-18 May and is promoted by the Campaign for Learning. 

The Campaign supports lifelong learning, which is likely to make us healthier, happier, longer living and wealthier. We benefit as individuals, but it also has wide ranging and immeasurable benefits for our families and communities, our working lives, society and the economy. 

Learning at Work week is an annual event and this year's theme is 'Shaping the Future'.

"Everything we do at the Network – from training courses to business lectures, newsletters to job fairs – is about learning and sharing,” says Sarah Gleadell, Learning Collaboration Manager. “In fact, Learning at Work week is something we feel strongly about. With the amazing work Cambridge organisations do with L&D, we want to celebrate it and encourage our members to get involved.”

Places are limited on many of these courses and workshops so please get in touch with Sara on learning@cambridgenetwork.co.uk for the latest availability and to save your place.

Monday 13 May 2019
What? When? Who? Where?
Transition to Management (Day 1)
Being a new manager can be tough and a practical toolkit will really help.
09.30-17.00 DGI Barclays Eagle Labs
Workplace Health: Public Engagement Panel Discussion with Going Green 10.30-12.30 Your People Potential South Cambridgeshire District Council
Workshop: Dealing with Difficult Questions 13.30-14.30 Eloquential IESO Digital Health
Workshop: Who's got the Monkey? 14.30-16.30 elconsulting IESO Digital Health
Workshop: Self Harm 14.30-16.30 Mind TBC
Workshop: Eating Disorders 14.30-16.30 Mind TBC
Tuesday 14 May 2019
What When Who Where
HR L&D & Recruitment Peer Group:
How to Spot Mentally Healthy Workplaces
09.30-11.00 Your People Potential Birketts
Transition to Management (Day 2)
Being a new manager can be tough and a practical toolkit will really help.
09.30-17.00 DGI Barclays Eagle Labs
How to Influence Leaders to Take on your Ideas? 12.00-13.00 The Geek Whisperer  The Bradfield Centre
Workshop: Personal Resilience TBC Mind Speechmatics
Workshop: Suicide Awareness TBC Mind South Cambridgeshire District Council
Introduction to Mental Health TBC Your People Potential Frontier Developments
Workshop: Drama for Mental Health
Discover how drama can be used to address social and mental health issues in a safe and creative way.
TBC Eloquential South Cambridgeshire District Council
Workshop: Micromastery TBC ML&C TBC
Wednesday 15 May 2019
What When Who Where
Making Apprenticeships Work
The ONE Group, with Anglia Ruskin University and Marshall Group offer information for those looking to build apprenticeships into their talent strategy
08.00-11.00 The ONE Group Hauser Forum
Confident Communication
Learn how to write strong material and delivering it in a way that grabs your audience's attention.
09.30-17.00 Jon Torrens Barclays Eagle Labs
Workshop: Precision Questioning
Does your language fail to do justice to the complexity and sensitivity of your thinking?
11.30-12.30 Turning Factor Hauser Forum
Workshop: Power through Pressure
Pressure can feel relentless in our modern lives.
11.30-12.30 Simon Hall Hauser Forum
Workshop: STEM Busking
Discover some of the tricks and tips for successful STEM busking
11.30-12.30 Eloquential Hauser Forum
Lunch'n'Learn: The End of Globalisation? 12.30-14.00 Dr. Farmanfarmaian, POLIS ICE
Workshop: Precision Questioning
Does your language fail to do justice to the complexity and sensitivity of your thinking?
13.30-14.20 Turning Factor Hauser Forum
Workshop: Staying Well at Work
When you are looking after your physical and mental wellbeing, you can be more productive and more effective.
13.30-14.20 MC Works Hauser Forum
Workshop: How to Spot Mentally Health Workplaces
What a mentally healthy workplace looks like and how to identify the strengths and areas to develop.
14.30-15.20 Your People Potential Hauser Forum
Workshop: Drama for Mental Health
Discover how drama can be used to address social and mental health issues in a safe and creative way.
15.30-16.30 Eloquential Hauser Forum
Thursday 16 May 2019
What When Who Where
Podcasting: A Short Guide to Producing Podcasts for Business
Why and how to produce a podcast
08.00-10.00 Cambridge TV Hauser Forum
Interviewing Skills
Select the right candidate is challenging, especially in a competitive market
09.30-17.00 DGI Barclays Eagle Labs
How to Spot Signs of Poor Mental Health  09.00-10.30 Your People Potential South Cambridgeshire District Council
Life Hacks for Busy People 11.00-12.30 Your People Potential South Cambridgeshire District Council
How to Spot Signs of Poor Mental Health 13.30-15.00 Your People Potential South Cambridgeshire District Council
Life Hacks for Busy People 15.30-17.00 Your People Potential  South Cambridgeshire District Council
Friday 17 May 2019
What When Who Where
Shaping the Future Conference
Discuss how the world of work is currently changing and may change further in the future: how will this affect the workforce, the skills we need, the shape of work? Are schools getting the future workforce ready?
10.00-15.30 Cake and HR IWM Duxford
Lunch'n'Learn: Ethics in AI
Our certain distruction in both the short and long term
12.30-13.30 Speechmatics The Trinity Centre
Optimising Talent Workshops TBC Paul Sanderson & Liz Smith TBC
Introduction to Mental Health TBC Your People Potentia Frontier Developments
 

Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration works on behalf of local employers to organise training and management development for their staff. Set up by the Network in conjunction with local HR Directors, our aim is to provide all Cambridge Network members and organisations with improved access to high quality, shared training courses at value-for-money prices.

Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration