Bett's back

The world's leading technology event returns for another year at London's ExCeL

Posted by Hannah Oakman | October 21, 2015 | Events

Bett 2016, ExCeL London, technology, education

Bett has become the global meeting place for educators, attracting more than 50,000 visitors.

To support educators in their quest to harness the power of technology in teaching and learning, Bett returns to ExCeL London from 20 to 23 January 2016. Marking the show’s 32nd anniversary as the world’s leading event for learning technology, Bett 2016 is once again set to provide education professionals with an opportunity to get their hands on the latest and most groundbreaking technologies and network with peers from all over the world.

Visitors to Bett 2016 have the chance to see the latest innovations from worldwide corporations such as Google, Intel and Dell, and smaller, more specialist organisations. Many exhibitors will be running their own workshops, demonstrations and seminars, enabling visitors to see products in action and gain a deeper understanding of how the technology can be used to enhance learning.

And that’s not all. Visitors can also take advantage of the free training offered throughout the show’s four days in a number of dedicated theatres. The programme of content features inspiring seminars, workshops and CPD-certified Learn Live sessions, all delivered by leading industry experts.

The education sector’s trade association and co-founders of Bett, BESA will once again run the main Information Point; the team will be on-hand throughout the event to offer advice and ensure visitors are using their time effectively. 

For visitors looking for expertise in the field of special educational needs (SEN), nasen, the UK’s leading professional association, will be hosting the SEN Information Point.

Bett 2016 is free to attend; for more information or to register for your free ticket, visit

You can keep up to date with the latest news and announcements by following @Bett_Show on Twitter, and join #BettChat fortnightly on Tuesdays at 4:30pm, to discuss topics at the heart of the industry.

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