Join Valamis at Learning Technologies UK 2020

Valamis is a proud exhibitor at Learning Technologies 2020 taking place at ExCel in London on February 12 - 13. Come see us at stand N05!

Learning Technologies attracts 8,500 visitors every year to discuss and identify new technologies to support learning and development initiatives at large organisations. In addition to demoing the Valamis - Learning Experience Platform, the Valamis team will be showcasing multiple ways your organisation can utilize AI in corporate learning: leveraging a digital learning assistant, cognitive search, content curation, and natural language understanding.

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Speaking Session:

Personalised Learning Experiences - How to Build them

Come and hear an interesting presentation in the exhibition area on the first day of the event! Sam Moat will share what he has learned so far from the journey to deliver personalised learning at AlixPartners, and Tom Ridley from Valamis will open up the latest technologies that can be used for learning personalisation.

Key takeaways:

  • What is a personalised learning experience?
  • How to truly understand your audience, the learners?
  • What opportunities technology offers?
  • How to get started?

Presenters: Sam Moat, L&D Digital Lead at AlixPartners, and Tom Ridley, Account Director and Consultant at Valamis
Location: Theatre 11, Exhibition area, Learning Technologies, ExCel
Date: 12 February, 2020
Session time: 2 PM - 2:30 PM


Sam Moat smiling, L&D Digital Lead at AlixPartners

Sam Moat

L&D Digital Lead at AlixPartners

Sam is L&D Digital Lead at AlixPartners; a global consultancy firm. He has ten years of experience in corporate learning and development – specifically in using technology to enable business performance and career growth. Sam has a passion for people-centricity and putting the audience at the heart of any technology solution. He lives in Hertfordshire, UK and is a keen rugby player, scuba diver and cyclist.