An event designed for learning professionals & executives   •   Atlanta, GA
Conference February 12–14
Certificate Programs February 9–11
Expo February 12–13
Duke CE Leadership Experience February 12
Innovations in Training February 14 (pm)–15

A curated expedition into the future of learning at work

A post-conference experience at sites throughout Atlanta: February 14 (pm) and February 15

Presented by
Duke Corporate Education Training Magazine

What is the nature of learning in the digital enterprise – and what role will YOU play in it? Join us for an immersive learning event – imagining, experiencing and creating a new future of learning for your organization:

  • During the Imagining phase you will be challenged to break free from your default thinking and limiting assumptions about learning.

  • During the Experiencing phase you will be immersed into environments where breakthrough technologies such as simulations, VR and AR are being leveraged to forever alter the way we live, work and learn.

  • During the Creating phase you will use creative processes to envision and build a prototype for the future of learning in your organization.

UPS imageOur agenda is full – starting with a kickoff evening on February 14 in The Home Depot Foundation Training Center at the sustainable design center, Southface, where we will experience and see what wine, design and innovation have to do with learning.

On February 15, we'll depart at 7:00 a.m. for the UPS Integrad training center, where you will experience cutting-edge training that UPS is providing for drivers, which has increased safety and reduced turnover (plus, we get to see their latest VR examples that launched in August 2017!).

Delta simulatorWe'll continue on to Delta's state-of-the-art simulation training centers, meet the some of the Delta team delivering this training, find out how Delta decides where to invest its training innovation dollars, and take a Walk-and-Talk tour of three training and simulation centers. We'll also meet a learning leader from The Home Depot and find out how they are deploying mLearning to engage employees in the aisle.

We will conclude with a final debriefing, integration and reflection session in which we will prototype "what next" for the future of learning.

The success of this shared learning experience requires that we convene a diverse cohort of learning professionals, industries and perspectives. So come one, come all … on a journey of imagination, experience and creativity to make a fundamentally new tomorrow for learning at work.


This learning journey will introduce you to innovators from Atlanta and beyond ... and take you to cutting-edge sites throughout Atlanta where the future of learning is being played out today. You don't want to miss this exclusive, intimate learning experience – limited to 50 people. Sign up now to reserve your slot!

Registration includes the wine experience and dinner on February 14; continental breakfast, lunch and two breaks on February 15; and transportation. Our concluding site is at Delta, which is very near the airport (5 minutes) for those who need to depart after our 5:00 p.m. close. No return shuttle to the hotels/downtown will be provided on February 15. Therefore, if you are heading to the airport on February 15, bring your luggage with you on the shuttle in the morning. 

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"In the past three days, I've felt like a kid in a candy store. This has been absolutely fantastic – all these tools and ways to use simulations and virtual environments."

Rick McNamara, Senior Manager of Instructional Design, Siemens

"I loved it! I really liked the boutique nature of this event. There was a really nice balance between low tech and high tech. There are things that I can apply tomorrow and there are things that I can build on that could change the way things work for us a year from now. It was very, very practical."

Adam Smith, Learning Partner, Alberta Treasury Branch

"I learned many angles and approaches to common training challenges. I liked the fun atmosphere – I never felt bored or tired!"

Scott Wilson, Training Program Manager, HP

"Even though we all came from different backgrounds and different industries – and we experienced things from outside of our industries – there were a lot of connections that we were able to make and apply. ... What I really liked was we were able to ask questions and collaborate throughout."

Brandon Tanguay, Learning and Development Content Developer, Vistana

"I was surprised there were so many innovative ways to train. I liked the size of the group – it helped with networking and feeling important in the group."

Jessica Lotzkar, Agent Training & Service Improvement, Capital One

"I liked everything – the tours, the discussions, the debriefs."

Monica Cornetti, Founder and CEO of The Sententia Gamification Consortium

"I liked the mix of tours and seminar. The event took me outside my comfort zone to let me experience training solutions I would never have explored on my own."


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