The 2022 edition of the popular conference series for Learning & Development professionals will take the form of hybrid events this year and gets underway at the Bryanston Country Club on 24 March
Johannesburg, – The eLearning Indaba is back for another year, and promises to be even bigger and better than before.
The 2022 series takes the form of hybrid events which guests can either attend in person or virtually thanks to the easing of Covid-19 restrictions and indications that the worst of the pandemic is finally behind us.
Started in 2013 by end-to-end online learning solution provider New Leaf Technologies, the eLearning Indaba provides Human Resources and Learning & Development (L&D) professionals a platform to network and collaborate with peers from a range of industries.
The annual conference sessions boast a range of expert speakers who provide insights on international L&D resources, best practice methods and latest trends in the eLearning space as well, as workshops, topic breakouts and ask-me-anything opportunities.
The highly-successful 2021 series was particularly notable as it also included the first-ever eLearning Indaba
Awards, where corporate L&D professionals, HR professionals and corporate trainers stood the chance to win some amazing prizes.
The first hybrid session of 2022 takes place at the Bryanston Country Club from 8.20am to 1pm on Thursday 24 March.
The year opens up with some highly-relevant topics, “Real Clients – Real Stories” and “Future of Work”, and guests will be able to hear first-hand how others in the L&D and HR space have embraced technology to make a difference.
Once again, New Leaf Technologies has ensured a great line-up of speakers for the event, while a wide range of the company’s partners will also be in attendance.
In addition, a number of free giveaways and exciting prizes are up for grabs.
“If you are at the physical event there will be great opportunities to network with likeminded people and see what they have to offer,” says New Leaf Technologies co-founder Paul Hanly.
“The session will also be live-streamed to a much wider audience so you can book to either come in person or join online if you prefer. While online attendance is open, in-person places are limited so I would ask that you please book your space as soon as possible.”