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    • Content&Comms drop-ins for learning brands

      Insights Media | Bath, UK |

      Insights Media offers drop-ins for comms and marketing professionals to help think through the most useful and relevant ways to communicate with customers and prospects during the Covid-19 crisis.

    • Coronavirus: the learning sector’s response

      Learning News | London |

      News from across the learning sector on the crisis engulfing every person and every business; interviews with learning leaders, including Ed Monk from the LPI and Andy Moss from City & Guilds; input from learning professionals, learning vendors and learning media.

    • The Next Decade in Learning

      Kallidus | Cirencester |

      Harry Chapman-Walker presents highlights from the UK’s largest learner survey online, 12.00pm-12.45pm, 1st April 2020

    • Good Practice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools combine into Emerald: Peter Casebow on LNTV

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On March’s LNTV show Peter Casebow talks about combining Good Practice, Towards Maturity and MindTools into the Emerald Publishing Group. QA’s Lucy Cartlidge talks about change in the L&D space and her hopes for the Women in Learning movement. Plus Stephan Fahey on performance coaching, Karl Kapp on microlearning and Jane Hart on how to build a culture of continuous learning.

    • Universities seek WCAG-compliant accessible e-learning

      Marshall E-Learning | London |

      UK universities call on e-learning providers to make their courses accessible to the WCAG standard by the end of the year. Senior representatives from 12 UK universities recently attended the ‘Marshall E-Learning User Forum’ in London to discuss the new Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) for web accessibility and approaches to digital accessibility in e-learning.

    • Learning from the experts – the business case for workplace wellbeing

      Walkgrove | Derby |

      Leading mental health charity, Mind, will promote better workplace wellbeing through distributing mental health awareness courses in partnership with learning consultancy and course designers, Walkgrove. More than seven in ten employees (71%) have experienced mental health problems in their lives, whilst over one in two (53%) employees are affected by poor mental health in their current workplace. But most employees feel uncomfortable talking about mental health at work. Mind’s courses respond to business calls for more guidance, offering practical advice about how to boost workplace wellbeing.

    • Kallidus acquires Engage in Learning to deliver personalised learning experiences

      Kallidus | Cirencester |

      Industry leading learning and talent management provider, Kallidus, today announced the acquisition of Engage in Learning, the Gloucester-based eLearning specialist known for its effective and engaging courses for compliance, health and safety and soft skills development. The acquisition is part of Kallidus’ strategy to provide customers with a full range of engaging people-focused Learning and Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions.

    • David Wilson, CEO of Fosway Group, recognised for outstanding contribution to learning

      Fosway | Cirencester, UK |

      At the 2020 Learning Awards, hosted by the Learning & Performance Institute (LPI), David Wilson, CEO of Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst, was the recipient of the Colin Corder award winner. This illustrious award is the highest honour the LPI grants and recognises outstanding contributions to learning.

    • Andy Lancaster interview on Learning Now tv

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On February’s LNTV show Andy Lancaster talks about his new role at CIPD and his book 'Driving Performance Through Learning'. Plus: a new reporter at LNTV, Lori Niles-Hofmann; Robin Hoyle on why aligning L&D to the business is proving so difficult; and the news highlights from Learning Technologies 2020.