Giunti Labs Hosts Learning Technologies Workshop

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<p><strong>Milton Keynes, England &mdash; May 10</strong><br />Giunti Labs, a European e- and mobile learning content management solutions provider, is hosting a workshop in collaboration with the Aviation Industry Computer Based Training Committee (AICC), Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL), the IMS Global Learning Consortium, the Open Knowledge Initiative (OKI) of MIT Boston and the European Learning Industry Group (Elig). </p><p>The workshop, &quot;Training in Action,&quot; is being held June 7-8 at the MediaTerraneo Conference Centre at Sestri Levante, near Genoa, on the northwest Italian Riviera.</p><p>Participation in the workshop is free but by invitation only to Europe&#39;s key players in this field and to those who have a genuine interest in the application of technology to human capital development and technical training to meet business objectives.<br /><br />The workshop will mix &quot;state of the present&quot; presentations from leading corporate and multinational organizations and &quot;scenes from the future&quot; scenarios presented by leading EU research and development projects in mobile learning, wearable training and performance support. </p><p>This will be followed by a set of 10 thematic round tables on the top 10 topics for innovative learning.<br /><br />&quot;The workshop will outline trends and present case studies from large industrial and commercial organizations, which are deploying innovative corporate education and industrial training solutions worldwide to cope with their rapid up-skilling, just-in-time training, talent management and performance support needs in day-to-day field operations and actions,&quot; said Giunti Labs International Marketing Manager Minna Leikas. &quot;We expect these presentations to foster discussion on new learning technologies and how they can be used to achieve effective training and learner support.&quot;</p>

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