Over 1,000,000 midwives from around the world now have access to an eLearning platform developed for The International College of Midwives (ICM) by Scotland’s leading digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Learning Solutions.
eCom's eNetLearn LMS gets a new and updated Course Certification feature, automatically generating certificates for learners on course completion; cuts administration time considerably and improves learner experience. The latest update of eNetLearn also includes a host of new and expanded features for LMS administrators and learners.
Emergency Response Driver Training (ERDT), which delivers regulated qualifications and accreditations to emergency services from across the UK and worldwide, is using eCom Learning Solutions’ expertise to provide eLearning materials, via the eNetLearn learning management system (LMS).
Such diverse organisations as those from the manufacturing and legal sectors, along with charities and even an industry regulator, have all been impressed at the high level of customer service from Scotland’s leading digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Learning Solutions.
Scotland’s leading digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Learning Solutions, is helping energy companies and contractors transform their businesses to move – cost-effectively - towards being net zero carbon producers.
Scotland’s leading digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Learning Solutions, has developed bespoke eLearning materials to help make offshore wind turbine maintenance technicians’ jobs safer – especially when they are working in rough seas.
Helping people re-focus their energy-related industry skills – along with up-skilling and re-skilling for the energy industry - are key ways in which the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Learning Solutions is contributing to achieve the aims of the UK’s and the Scottish Government’s Energy Strategies.
The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Learning Solutions, has become a member of an organisation intended to increase supply chain competitiveness and productivity to the renewable energy sector in Scotland.
After publishing what it believed would be eight ‘Key Learning and Development (L&D) Trends’ in 2022, the provider of online training and assessment, eCom Scotland, has carried out further market research among its clients to gauge the accuracy of its predictions.
Eight key trends will dominate the learning and development (L&D) sector in 2022. These trends have been identified from market research undertaken by eCom Scotland, a leading provider of online training and assessment and which, over the last 25 years, has been building an enviable worldwide reputation for its solutions’ quality and reliability.
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.
With over half its multi-million dollar revenue regularly coming from clients outside the UK, the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland is used to working with organisations in far-flung, often exotic and, sometimes, remote parts of the world. Among these is the far-from remote but no-less-exotic Bahamas, where one of its professional institutes is benefiting from using eCom’s eAssessment platform with the hundreds of students studying for qualifications on its 16 or so regular programmes.
Following several major incidents, the energy industry is keen to use only those operations practitioners who, when responsible for delivering work used in safety-critical aspects of planning and executing wells, can demonstrate their competency. The legal – and environmental - consequences of failing to prove this are serious; yet demonstrating competency can be challenging for these practitioners.
Products from the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, are now being used in 190 countries around the world. So, the search is on to add, as eCom customers, those few countries where eCom’s eNetSuite of products are not in use.
When NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) and Photonet, the National Managed Clinical Network for Phototherapy in Scotland, wanted to re-design an interactive resource to develop the range of knowledge, skills and behaviours which promote safe and effective work with patients in Phototherapy settings, they turned to the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland.
These days – thanks, in part at least, to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic - people in all sectors of the economy are learning to cope with such concepts as remote work, home office, teleworking, hybrid and flexible work arrangements.
The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, is offering help to the UK’s 12,000 or so retail pharmacies – in particular, to help meet pharmacists’ need for education and training on digital technologies.
The gas industry’s professional engineering institution, the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), held its inaugural safety conference on 9th June. Supported by the Gas Industry Safety Group (GISG), the conference was held online.
Tanya MacDonald, of the virtual reality development team at the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, has taken part in the recent Virtual Reality/ Augmented Reality (VR/AR) Global Summit Online.
The value of using virtual reality in learning how to decommission energy installations – notably in the oil and gas industry – efficiently, effectively and above all, safely, is being further emphasised in a presentation on 20th May to delegates at Decom Week 2021.
Learning Light, the UK-based eLearning and learning technologies specialist, providing advice and consultancy to organisations looking to improve their business performance, has published an in-depth review of eNetLearn, the learning management system developed by digital learning and assessment specialists, eCom Scotland.
Over the last year – faced with Covid-19 and Brexit among other issues - people have become a lot clearer about what matters to them and, therefore, their priorities in work and life. Lockdown has given people time to re-evaluate their lives and reassess their priorities.
Digital learning and assessment specialists, eCom, have launched a virtual reality (VR) authoring tool specifically designed for use in learning and assessment. Called eNetReality™, the tool has been successfully tested in the fields of education, construction and medicine – and is continuing to be trialled by a pilot group of organisations in the academic, charity and public sectors.
In the current – Covid-19 pandemic influenced – operating conditions, many traditional approaches to learning and development (L&D), including classroom-delivered courses, have been suspended. Providing alternatives, including curated and self-directed online learning, are taking on a new importance for the sector’s (L&D) professionals.
As Covid-19 continues to have a major effect on the UK’s economic activity – encouraging both remote working and remote learning - eCom Scotland is discovering a growing appetite among customers for ready-made eLearning materials.
eCom, Scotland’s leading digital learning and assessment specialists, are launching an initiative to help public sector organisations in the UK provide improved value-for-money for their stakeholders – the UK’s taxpayers and residents.
eCom will launch its new mobile application for eNetAuthor, the cloud-based authoring tool, at Learning Technologies 2018, 31st January – 1st February, London. eNetAuthor enables eLearning teams and individuals to manage the complete eLearning development process from storyboarding, to authoring and reviewing in one tool.
With accessibility continuing to be a hot industry topic, eCom, the learning solutions specialists, will share their insight on how to achieve truly accessible learning, at Learning Technologies 2017, 1-2 February, London.
eCom Scotland will launch eNetAuthor, its new cloud-based authoring tool for eLearning teams, at Learning Technologies 2016. This innovative new tool is designed to help companies manage the creation of eLearning projects from the initial concept right through to delivery.
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