For the first time, eLearning Network members will be putting on a free social meetup in Leeds!

Whether you’re an Instructional Design superstar, an LMS wizard or an L&D guru, this event provides you with the chance to meet your peers over a game of ping pong and a pint.

Centrally located at Roxy Ballroom in Leeds, this private event allows both eLearning Network members and non-members to come together to talk about trends in the e-Learning industry and provide a great opportunity to expand your network in a fun environment.

Kicking off at 6.30PM in the VIP room, everyone will have the chance to take part in friendly discussions, giving you a great insight into current developments and best practice. Following this, you’ll be able to challenge your peers over a game of ping pong and pool until 9pm. And no doubt several of us will continue into Leeds from there!

Contact eLN members John Hinchliffe or Andy Jack if you have any questions or suggestions on how you could contribute!

Spaces are limited so don’t hesitate to confirm your spot.

Book your spot on Eventbrite.

 

 

 

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