The Learning and Performance Institute teams up with TJ to provide a programme of cutting-edge content for learning professionals
The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) is delighted to announce it has entered into a comprehensive media partnership with Training Journal.
“TJ is delighted to be working with the LPI in the coming months and I am confident the relationship will provide benefits for TJ readers and LPI members alike.” Said Debbie Carter TJ’s editor-in-chief:
“With interviews and editorial from LPI’s experts and special discounted rates to TJ and LPI membership - the relationship aims to provide our communities with access to the very best content from those working in the field of workplace learning and development.”
With its mission to empower learning organisations and individuals across the world with knowledge, support, initiatives and professional recognition, the LPI’s is well positioned to contribute exciting new editorial content and insights for Training Journal’s subscribers.
Commenting on the collaboration, Edmund Monk, CEO, LPI, said: “This is a well-timed partnership for the LPI and TJ (formerly Training Journal). Learning professionals need to stay informed of the latest trends and innovations, so they can anticipate and adapt to the needs of today’s digitally and socially empowered consumers.
"With so much information available, the importance of trustworthy contextualised curation has never been higher. Both TJ and the LPI are go-to platforms for independent, relevant and timely commentary. I am excited to be working together as we continue to inform and inspire the workplace learning community with new technology, new theories, and new approaches on how we learn.”
About The Learning and Performance Institute
The Learning and Performance Institute is a self-governing, not-for-profit professional body for workplace learning professionals. The Institute was established in 1995 and since then has grown on an annual basis.
Today, the organisation has thousands of individual members and hundreds of accredited learning organisations.
Through a range of membership, certification, accreditation, events and bespoke consultancy services, the Institute focuses on enhancing and recognising the skills and professional status of individuals and organisations engaged in learning activities, and assessing the quality of learning services.
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