From the 1st to the 2nd of February, London’s Olympia will host the Learning Technologies 2017 exhibition. The exhibition attracts Europe’s most innovative organisations that are dedicated to developing and improving learning in the workplace.
EssentialSkillz will contribute to the event by demonstrating some of the latest pioneering software in the eLearning world. The company offers a powerful integrated system that combines all of the features required by a large organisation. The company says the system includes SCORM hosting, rapid authoring, editable content, policy delivery and comprehensive reporting all under one roof. They have achieved this by integrating the core elements into one system, including:
- A powerful LMS system that automates the entire training process for organisations, whether they have 100 employees or 100,000
- Over 50 fully editable eLearning courses
- Automated policy distribution, sending documents and policies to the relevant employees, while collecting digital receipts as proof of acceptance
- Rapid authoring tool, allowing companies to create their own courses and documents from scratch
- eCommerce platform for quick and convenient access to a library of eLearning courses - aimed at SMEs and companies looking for rapid course delivery without heavy administration
To demonstrate the flexibility of the system, the hosts of Learning Technologies have invited compliance sector specialist, Julian Roberts, to present a seminar titled “Policy Distribution, Acceptance and Compliance through Rapid Authoring”. It will take place on the final day of the show at 2:45 in Theatre 7. The seminar is free and anyone is welcome to join.
EssentialSkillz will be on stand K3 where a member of their team will be providing hands on demonstrations of the system. All visitors to the stand will also receive a free gift card worth £100 that can be used on the eCommerce portal, www.Courses123.com, to purchase eLearning courses. More information is available on the EssentialSkillz web site.
Registration for the Learning Technologies 2017 exhibition is free of charge.