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During this event we will take a look at the latest research into diversity and inclusion as well as the approach in education in both schools and corporate L&D environments. We have invited a range of experts from these sectors for some valuable insights and takeaways.

The Learnovate Centre is delighted to announce that it has secured €3m of Phase 3 funding as the technology centre focuses on the Future of Work and Learning to develop the next generation of workers.

Learnovate were delighted to appear in the Future of Work supplement in the Irish Independent on Sunday 26th June 2022,  where our learning expert Janet Benson provided tips on ‘Helping staff adapt to the changing workplace’.

During this complimentary webinar we will explore how schools and third level environments are embracing innovation and technology concepts and discuss practical applications and theories to prepare their students.

Through this very special event in our Link & Learn series, we look forward to celebrating women in learning and examining unconscious bias to help create an inclusive culture in our organisations.

We kicked off 2022 with a webinar focused on the emerging learning landscape discussed by a range of industry experts. Read our event blog.

Inside Learning Podcast

The first Inside Learning podcast features Ed Hess, global expert on organisational and human high performance on how to adapt to the speed of change.

Peter Gillis, Lead Researcher & Innovation Team Lead at Learnovate, along with industry experts from a range of sectors will share their perspectives on what the next generation of learning will shape up to be.

Secondary school students will soon be using volograms to learn about inspiring women in history in a bid to reverse the global trend of few women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

Archie, aged 5, at the launch of ALPACA

An Irish team has secured €300,000 in funding to develop a new digital tool to help teachers identify reading difficulties in children earlier and more consistently.