Given massive cuts in funding of public service, it is likely that training and development budgets will be even smaller in future than they are currently. However, by its very nature, statutory and mandatory training will still have to be done. It is likely therefore that both users and suppliers will be focusing on innovative ways of approaching this training. These are likely to be via eLearning. Stepping up to the mark is eCom Scotland, an award winning global organisation, offering a suite of online solutions designed to create a positive, measureable impact on your business.
At the event eCom will be showcasing some of its latest, and most exciting innovations in eLearning from the National Trust for Scotland to NHS Education Scotland (NES).
The event will provide the ideal platform to find out how to do the same with less, share ideas around approaches, processes and tools as well as exlporing opportunities for sharing resources.
eCom is passionate about eLearning and technology, and one of its most recent accolades is GOLD winner for 'Excellence in the Production of Learning Content' at the 2011 eLearning Age Awards, a reflection of the company's commitment to best practice eLearning.
At the event on the eCom stand the e-Com team will be showing how its online learning solutions can make a positive impact on organisations: on Monday 23 July, The Royal College at Surgeons, Edinburgh. The day kicks off at 10am.
Further information about the event is available on the eLearning Alliance Learning E-ssentials event web site.