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Our first-ever EMEA Totara User Conference is rapidly approaching, and we’re starting to get excited about everything we have in store for our attendees. We have a jam-packed couple of days to help members of our Totara Community get more from their Totara solutions, discover some of the hottest topics in learning today and network with other learning professionals. If you’re still debating whether or not this event is for you, we’ve put together five reasons to show why you should be there…

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  1. Get an exclusive look at the product roadmap
    We’ve managed to pull our product team away from working hard at their desks for day one of the EMEA Totara User Conference to give you an exclusive insight into what we’re currently working on. We have A LOT of exciting things in the pipeline at the moment, so this is your opportunity to hear about what’s coming first, and ask the team behind the products about what you can expect in the coming months.

  2. Hear from global organisations doing amazing things with Totara
    We know that our users love hearing from other people using Totara, so we’ve invited speakers from some of the world’s leading organisations to join us and share their experiences of using Totara software. Learning experts from UNICEF, the NHS, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Deutsche Bahn, AG Barr and EULAR will be joining us for a series of pick-and-mix breakout sessions on day one, so you can choose the stories you want to hear.

  3. Ask questions in a friendly environment
    One of the main benefits of being part of the Totara Community is that we are committed to openness and sharing, making this a very supportive and friendly environment in which to ask questions, get advice and share tips and tricks. Maybe you’ll discover that another organisation has already created the exact plugin you’ve been looking to build, or you’ll take inspiration from someone else’s time-saving workaround. No matter what answers you’re seeking, we’re positive you’ll come away from the event brimming with ideas and excited to get stuck into taking your Totara solutions to the next level.

  4. Take advantage of our Totara Partners’ expertise
    A crucial part of Totara’s success is our extensive Totara Partner network. We’ll have plenty of Totara Partners attending, many of whom will be leading sessions on day two of the conference to share their expertise and help you build your own skills as a learning professional. There are two streams, so once again you have the freedom to choose which sessions you attend. The sessions are:
    - Totara Content Marketplace: connecting your Totara Learn users with the world’s best learning content (run by GO1)
    - Social learning for serious results: power to the learner? (run by Kineo)
    - Getting the most from your Totara Learn LMS (run by Learning Pool)
    - Totara Learn: the best-fit LMS for compliance and engagement in the UK healthcare sector (run by Think Learning)
    - Analysing Totara data with Zoola Analytics (run by Lambda Solutions)
    - Best practice for the implementation of Totara Learn in healthcare (run by Chambury Learning Solutions)

  5. Network with other learning professionals
    We have Totara users coming from far and wide to learn from our experts and discover how to make the most of their solutions, and we’d hate for you to miss out on this fantastic opportunity to meet other people facing the same challenges and working towards the same goals as you. If you’ve been chatting to people in the Totara Community and want to put some faces to the names, this is your chance to meet fellow learning professionals in London to exchange tips, success stories and maybe even contact details.

We would love to see you there to help you embrace the freedom to learn, so if you don’t already have your ticket, make sure you grab yours today.

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