Take part with our five steps!
Whether it's a 10 minute session, a lunchtime activity, an afternoon of learning or more – use our steps and quick idea generator below to create an impact!
Step 1: Sign up to the newsletter (and get specials offers for learning straight to your inbox)
Our regular newsletters will give you ideas and inspiration plus special offers with free learning opportunities from partners. If you don’t have time to run your own sessions, check out offers from us and our national activity partners. To get these straight to your inbox, sign up for our newsletter.
Step 2: Create great activities with the LAW Week theme
Use our national theme to create your Learning at Work Week activities. Here we use our 2023 theme: 'Create the Future' which has three strands:
Think Future – create space, time and opportunities for colleagues to explore and imagine the future and try out new things to make it a reality
Future Fit – create opportunities to promote lifelong learning for a healthier, financially resilient, and more sustainable future.
Future Skills - share tools, techniques, knowledge and skills to achieve life and work goals and put in place the essential building blocks for future learning.
Step 3: Need + theme = activity!
Try this simple idea generator below to build activities with impact.
First, identify a need in your organisation, add a national theme strand and create an activity that reflects both.
Shape them for different audiences in your workplace. Here are some examples. Need + theme strand = activity
Step 4: Add to your Week
Add extra activities to your week with ideas from our activities page and check our national activities and special offers. Look for inspiration from our recent impact award winners and our planning page.
Step 5: Use the power of image
Use our free LAW Week graphics and banners on your digital sites and communications.
Create a branded landing page with all your Learning at Work Week activities.
Let us know your plans nearer LAW Week and with your permission we'd love to highlight them.
Visit the Learning at Work Week website for more ideas and resources.