Free learning in Bristol

It’s national learning at work week next week. Are you doing anything special?

Bristol’s got some free events as part of its Learning City programme, which are worth a look.

Bristol’s learning at work week free sessions

Although most of the sessions aren’t terribly relevant for lawyers and law firms, the facilitation (15/5) and creative problem solving (17/5) sessions could be interesting, and if you know anyone looking for an apprenticeship and needs help with their CV, there is a session for them too (and did I mention it’s all free!!!!!!).

And a big shout-out to Clarke Willmott for their involvement. Fab.

Love-Learning-stamp-COLOURAre you doing anything special for learning at work week? I’d love to know in the comments section. If you’ve nothing planned, why not take a little time that week to review your learning needs and work out how to fill the gaps, maybe book some training for later on this year? If you’d like to learn more about reflective learning, click here for a collection of posts.

And if it is KM training you need, I’ve a few open sessions coming up.

 

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About knowledge4lawyers

I am a lawyer and a Knowledge Management expert. Through The Knowledge Business I help law firms improve their efficiency and profitability through knowledge services - consultancy, training and implementation help.
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One Response to Free learning in Bristol

  1. And I shall be tweeting my favourite downloads/articles/blog posts all week on the theme of learning. You can follow me at https://twitter.com/heleneadby

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