Making learning conscious – how to build a learning culture

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Sooner or later, all software professionals realise that there is no such thing as knowing all the things. More than any other, our industry is in a constant of change. The more you know, the more you realise how much you don’t know. The best professionals are not only aware that the learning never stops, they embrace the challenge and the necessity of continuous improvement. Similarly, the best organisations will also not only accept this truth but face it head-on.

In this webinar we will discuss why, and how, your organisation can keep the skills and the knowledge of all its employees up to date – and in the process retain, attract and create the most talented and effective professionals.

Key takeaways:

  • What is a learning culture?
  • Why is it so important?
  • How can you create a learning culture?
  • How will it improve your organisation?


  • Clare Sudbery, Lead Engineer at Made Tech


  • 45 minutes presentation
  • 15 minutes Q&A


Wednesday, 3 February 2021


Clare Sudbery Lead Engineer at Made Tech

Clare Sudbery

Lead Engineer at Made Tech

Clare is a maths graduate with 21 years of software engineering experience and a particular interest in teaching and mentoring; encouraging more women into IT; and banishing imposter syndrome.

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