Browsing news: E-learning

    • How to create a learning programme for EDI

      Charity Learning Consortium | London |

      EDI has become a top priority for all organisations and especially charities. A new white paper published by the Charity Learning Consortium explains how to create an effective learning programme in equity, diversity and inclusion to help drive cultural change.

    • 100% of Virtual College is acquired by Netex

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      We are delighted to announce that Virtual College has reached an agreement with Netex, a Spanish technology company specialising in e-learning solutions and listed on the Spanish BME stock market, for them to acquire all the shares in Virtual College.

    • Virtual College’s latest report delivers valuable insights into new and emerging L&D technologies

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      It can’t be denied, technology is currently changing the way in which L&D teams operate throughout all industries and sectors and is providing the L&D professional with many new creative options. To help navigate these, Virtual College, a digital learning provider with over 27 years’ experience, has released a report titled "The Future of Learning & Development". This report explores and discusses the new ways in which technology can be used to enhance digital training programmes.

    • ALFE - a new, accessible LMS

      Marshall E-Learning | London, UK |

      Marshalls have developed a new Learning Management System, ALFE - their most accessible LMS to date. Set to launch by the end of the year, the diversity and inclusion experts have developed this platform with everybody in mind.

    • Growth Engineering Shine Bright With Two Diamond LearnX Live! Awards

      Growth Engineering | London, United Kingdom |

      Growth Engineering, the learning impact experts, have added two further awards to their trophy cabinet. In partnership with L’Oréal Travel Retail, Growth Engineering won Diamond for 'Best App eLearning Design' and ‘Best Pandemic Response’ in the 2021 LearnX Live! cohort.

    • Growth Engineering Strike Gold At The 2021 Learning Technologies Awards

      Growth Engineering | London, England |

      Growth Engineering, the award-winning learning impact experts, have added yet another medal to their trophy cabinet. In partnership with L’Oréal Travel Retail, Growth Engineering have won Gold for 'Best Use of Mobile Learning' at the highly coveted 2021 Learning Technologies Awards.

    • Online assessments add value for oil and gas industry stakeholders

      eCom Scotland | Dunfermline, Scotland |

      Within the oil and gas drilling industry – a key part of a sector that produced revenues of some $3.3 trillion in 2019 and comprises some 3.8% of the global economy - the use of online assessment (eAssessment) is demonstrably improving the assessment process, as well as streamlining the operations of organisations and, thus, providing added value to their stakeholders.

    • Nominations for eLN Board open

      eLearning Network |

      Are you just what the eLN needs? Nominations are now open to join the eLN Board; closing date 26 November.

    • eCom Scotland takes the lead in creating a carbon neutral business world

      eCom Scotland | Dunfermline, Scotland |

      The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, has become an active, enthusiastic supporter of Pawprint, the employee engagement app which aims to improve the environment by engaging and encouraging workers to be more ‘eco-thoughtful’.

    • GuyKat presented with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise

      GuyKat | Birmingham, UK |

      On November 9th, GuyKat welcomed Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of the West Midlands to their offices at Innovation Birmingham. The visit saw the presentation of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.

    • Student nurses train to be better allies

      Marshall E-Learning | London, UK |

      A new cohort of student nurses from the University of Surrey have been trained on how they can be better allies. Marshalls and the university have come together to collaborate on a new module called Allyship

    • Accessible eLearning helps people with sight loss find work

      eCom Scotland | Dunfermline, Scotland |

      The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, has helped the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to significantly improve the career prospects of the 11,000 people with sight loss in the UK who are currently actively seeking work.