News from Engage in Learning

    • Engage in Learning to update infection control course with Coronavirus guidance

      Engage in Learning | London |

      The Department of Health has described the Coronavirus as a "serious and imminent threat" to public health. We appreciate there may be some organisations who are unsure how best to protect their employees and the wider community, so, with this in mind, our RoSPA accredited infection control course (which covers general good practice) has been updated with a short section covering Coronavirus and the published guidelines and information available so far.

    • Engage in Learning launches new Learner Themes

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester, UK |

      At World of Learning, Engage in Learning - who will be exhibiting - will be giving visitors a preview of its new personalised learner themes. This innovation - inspired by app technology - is just one of the features that every Engage in Learning course has. Others include speed and language control, book marking and certification.

    • An extensive portfolio revealed at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester, UK |

      Over 100 e-learning courses on Healthy and Safety, Compliance, Leadership and Management, IT and Project Management, Business Skills and Customer Services will be on show on the Engage in Learning stand at this year’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum, being held at Excel on 11th July.

    • Engage in Learning’s expertise on show at the Totara User Conference

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester, UK |

      At the EMEA Totara User Conference - scheduled for Glaziers Hall in London on 15th and 16th May - Mark Edmonds, of the e-learning supplier Engage in Learning, will explain how organisations can fully automate their training programmes.

    • Engage in Learning wins the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester, UK |

      The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, has won the Feefo Gold Service award. This award is an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.

    • Engage in Learning event highlights Unconscious Bias

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester, UK |

      Everyone exhibits unconscious bias from time to time – and, unchecked in a work context, this leads to a less diverse workforce, with possible adverse effects on organisational performance.

    • Engage in Learning launches Suspicious Packages e-learning course

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester, UK |

      The recent spate of suspicious packages sent to prominent politicians, businesspeople and celebrities in the USA, along with similar incidents elsewhere including the UK, has prompted the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, to release a new e-learning course about dealing with Suspicious Packages.

    • Engage in Learning highlights Leadership Fundamentals

      Engage in Learning | Gloucester |

      An article on e-learning supplier Engage in Learning’s website argues that successful leaders are ‘business chameleons’. In other words, says the article, they should be able to take on the role of directors, facilitators or motivators depending on the particular challenges that they are facing at the time.

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