LITE is under a month away and to say we’re excited would be an understatement!

This year we decided to take a step back, evaluate and improve LITE - the past two years have been massive success but we didn’t want to stick to the same formula, we wanted to strive to be bigger and better. We are confident that for LITE 2017 we have put in place the measures to achieved this!

We now have two tracks packed full of workshops and keynotes. Unlike in previous years these will focus on the border concepts applicable to all learning and training professionals. Furthermore, after feedback from last year we have also decided to dedicate an entire track to 1-2-1s! This means that if you would like, you’ll have the time you need to get individual and personalised help from one of the Administrate team.

With all that change we felt a new venue was in order. That is why this year we are moving out of the Assembly Roxy and into Codebase to make sure that we have the facilities we need to provide the EdTech event like no other!

What’s New

Our schedule is now live! Go check out our full packed line-up of keynote speakers and workshop topics.

If you haven’t already you can grab a ticket to LITE for £99, but hurry, this special is ending soon and ticket prices will be going up!  Make sure you don’t wait until the last minute and grab you ticket today!

Featured Keynote

This week we are focusing Mike McGrail’s keynote, Busting Modern Marketing Myths. Having spoken at events all over Scotland including Turing Fest, LITE 2015 and LITE 2016, this is a great opportunity to get an insight into the mind of one of Scotland’s most successful marketers. In this talk Mike will take on a number of modern marketing myths and blow them wide open. From SEO to hashtags, you'll leave with a head full of truths and a bumper list of to-do's!


We’ve already thrown things back to Mike’s previous LITE talks, so we thought this week we would give someone else a chance. That being said this week we are featuring Administrate’s own Natasha Serafimoska’s LITE 2015 workshop, Selling a Vision: Sales Techniques for Training Providers. Check it out below: