Issue 3, published 1st November, 2014.
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In this issue:
This issue has a strong focus on the way L&D, and the working world in which it operates, is evolving, and explores some often controversial topics. Features include in-depth analysis of the lack of women in engineering, for which we interviewed senior engineering professionals including the vice president of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES). There is also a feature on the impact of the digital age on education, a Q&A with a research adviser from the CIPD around emerging trends in L&D, a roundtable discussion about e-learning with a group of L&D consultants, and much more.
This is the third and final publication of Enhance for 2014, but next year we will be back with an increased number of issues and even more exciting L&D content.
Our third issue of Enhance includes features around the following topics:
- The lack of women in UK engineering
- The impact of the digital age on education
- Emerging trends in L&D (Q&A with a research adviser at the CIPD)
- A look at who is, and who should be, driving your learning journey
- A message to the L&D 'sceptics'
Also in this issue:
- Recent industry news stories
- A roundtable discussion about e-learning
- A Q&A with a senior project and bid management L&D professional