Around the globe, several conferences are already lined up with the intention to encourage and equip working professionals and businesses alike through the use of either education, training, or competitions.
Brisbane, QLD -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/08/2014 -- The classroom is no longer the only place where people could learn. In the past, if they wanted to gain knowledge, some would tell them to enroll in a traditional school to get the training they need. But today, even working professionals are choosing to get educated, not just to earn another degree, but to enhance their existing knowledge. And they are not the only ones who have been captivated to do the same.
Businesses are also recognising the need for both buyers and sellers to get educated regarding the products they are purchasing or offering in the market, however, information is distributed through conferences instead of traditional classrooms.
Take for example the EMS Today Conference and Exposition that will be held on February 25-28, 2015. This conference that will be hosted at the Baltimore Convention Center in Maryland is an opportunity for manufacturers and suppliers of EMS products or services to gain an audience by providing them comprehensive information of what they have to offer. Furthermore, this conference is also intended for EMT professionals where they will be given the chance to gain continuing education to better equip them in their profession. Several sessions in the conference will include New Technology to Find Trapped Victims and Civil Liability for Public Safety Organizations.
In Europe, only a few days are left before the 26th EAIE (European Association for International Education) officially begins. This will be conducted at the Prague Congress Center from September 16th to 19th, where it’s expected that there will be more than 4,800 education professionals who will be attending the said event. Themed with “Stepping into a new era”, it’s indicative that education is now seeing significant transformations. Highlights of the event include the appearances of the Chairman of Europe Microsoft Corporation, Jan Muehlfeit, and Sebastian Terr, a known motivator and adventurer.
And if there is a competition among high school and college students on Math and Science quiz bees, post-graduate students are also now given the chance to showcase and at the same time, share their thesis. The 27th Annual Conference of the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER) that will transpire on September 8- 10, 2014 in Rome, will be deliberating who will have the Best PhD Paper Award among those who made it to the August 31 cut.
All of these events seem to say that learning never stops in college. According to Jade Benny, educational blogger at Inspire Education, this trend is just the start. “Educational conferences that target businesses and working professionals are very helpful in such a way that these are enabling people with varied opinions and knowledge to interact freely. With this, new ideas are either born, shared or developed together.”
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