Upskilling and reskilling employees is a top priority for businesses the world over, so it’s no surprise the team at eLearning Industry have been on the hunt for the top providers.
Upskilling and reskilling employees is a top priority for businesses the world over, so it’s no surprise the team at eLearning Industry have been on the hunt for the top providers.
Wondering what data you should be collecting? How it will inform design decisions? How it can help prove learning impact? Kineo proposes these 7 approaches to learning analytics in its new guide.
Kineo's work with ING has been recognised at this year's Stevie Awards for Great Employers, scooping a Gold for Skills Training and Silver for Problem Solving.
The experts at eLearning Industry have selected the best companies to deliver your bespoke content needs - and of course Kineo make the list for 2021
Happy employees can make all the difference in a workplace, and with employee experience a key topic of conversation as working patterns and practices change, Kineo take a look at how better learning experiences contribute to happier employees in their latest guide.
Microlearning is training delivered in bitesize chunks, ideal for learning on the go or for specific short pieces of content. Kineo know it well and were thrilled to be recognised in eLearning Industry's 2021 list.
Kineo have been named on eLearning Industry's list of the best Content Providers for Competency-Based Training, taking the number two spot.
Statistics can sometimes overwhelm us – even mislead us, especially if we look at them without proper context. When framed in perspective, and used in the right way, we can all learn a lot about a given challenge or problem. One such challenge is around employee expectations, and how best to engage and motivate the workforce through learning and development, as part of a broader employee experience initiative.
Over the last few weeks and as part of our blog series on Virtual Classrooms, we’ve taken a look at the story of the Virtual Classroom. Our previous two blogs reviewed its rise to prominence in response to the pandemic, with the immediate need to shift face-to-face learning to a virtual environment and the latest advances in some of the tech and tools you can use to maximise the Virtual Classroom experience. In this final part of the series, we’re widening the lens to share how you can take your virtual training further, by taking a digital-first approach to your wider learning programme design.
In the immediate aftermath of the pandemic, we saw a significant increase in the use of Virtual Classrooms or Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT), which we’ve been exploring in our three-part blog series, 'The story of the Virtual Classroom'. In our second instalment of the series, we take a look at the Virtual Classroom technology and tools that have bolstered their capabilities in light of the pandemic, and how they can be used to enhance the Virtual Classroom experience.
In this three-part series, we’re focusing on the Virtual Classroom (VC) and Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) to explore the impact of the pandemic, what Virtual Classrooms can offer for the future of learning and how new developments in the technology landscape can help to amplify this long-standing learning format. In this, part 1, we take a look at the latest research and explore the lessons that can be learned to help take this virtual learning format to the next level.
• HRH The Princess Royal, President of City & Guilds Group, recognises organisations whose training has delivered measurable business impact • Businesses continue to deliver excellent training programmes in the Princess Royal Training Award’s fifth year, despite the impact of Covid
Kineo's Learning Designer & Art Director team is at Learning Technologies: a unique opportunity to talk through learning design challenges.
The Princess Royal Training Awards – designed to honour outstanding and innovative training and skills development programmes from UK employers – are now open for applications, until 31st March 2020.
Organisations all around the world are increasingly aware that if they want to remain competitive, they need to invest in upskilling their people.
New research published today by City & Guilds Group, the leading global skills organisation, reveals that employers across the UK are overlooking the training needs of a vital segment of their workforce by failing to provide contingent workers with adequate learning and development opportunities.
• HRH Princess Anne, President of City & Guilds Group, recognises 44 organisations with 2019 Princess Royal Training Awards • Recipients shared compelling, irrefutable evidence of how training has directly influenced business results • Multiple winners across areas including health & wellbeing, leadership, preventative training and apprenticeships
Kineo and Towards Maturity have recently released research reports commenting on the state of learning technologies organisations around the world – using robust data to draw out major themes in the industry.
79% of employees would like to see a bigger focus on L&D at work; 85% currently struggle to access training in their workplace; only 16% of employees find learning offered in their workplace very effective.
Kineo to provide workshop on Social Learning for Serious Results at EMEA Totara User Conference.
City & Guilds Group research reveals that just a third of leaders in multi-national organisations are well prepared for leading in a digital age. Biggest barriers to transformation include cybersecurity, reskilling the workforce, and fear of change. 80 percent of employees say leaders with good digital skills are more successful and better at communicating with colleagues and clients
The Princess Royal Training Awards – designed to honour outstanding and innovative training and skills development programmes from UK employers – are now open for applications, until 29th March 2019. Created by the City & Guilds Group, which is celebrating its 140th anniversary this year, the Awards are a unique opportunity for UK businesses to showcase their approach to learning and development and its impact on business performance. Last year saw 48 businesses commended, with past winners including John Lewis, River Island, Islamic Relief and Openreach.
Kineo’s ‘Inspire to Train’ programme with Mitchells & Butlers took home the highly competitive award for best learning technologies project in the UK commercial sector.
Kineo addresses critical elearning challenges faced by businesses today
Kineo honored for innovation, expertise, and client impact in elearning solution development.
The 2018 shortlist for the Learning Technologies Awards has been announced this week and Kineo is delighted to be up for four categories alongside three of our clients.
Workplace learning and development expert Kineo is set to release a new training course focusing on the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
From 26 February to 2 March, Kineo is running a series of webinars that will help people to take learning to the next level. With topics varying from guerrilla-style video to top plugins and integrations for platforms, there is something for everyone.
Kineo is conducting a survey where participants are entered for the chance to get tailored insights of their platform. All participants will get industry findings before the report is released.
Kineo's work with clients has been shortlisted in four categories for the Learning Technologies Awards 2017.
Businesses in the UK and Europe can now unlock their learners' potential with Credly thanks to an exclusive partnership with Kineo’s sister company, Digitalme.
For five years running, Kineo has been rated by Training Industry as one of the top 20 content development companies. This recognition follows on the heels of LearnX naming Kineo best elearning company of 2017.
In its tenth year, the LearnX Impact Awards aims to identify and celebrate exceptional accomplishments of individuals and organisations in learning and development. It focuses on the impact of talent development and supporting technologies – areas which Kineo are delighted to be recognised for excellence.
Kineo is delighted to announce the launch of Kineo Latin America, providing a full range of digital learning services into the region.
Kineo's strong collaboration with PizzaExpress resulted in winning Best Totara Project for Travel and Hospitality.
Kineo's work with clients received two bronze awards at the 2017 Learning Awards ceremony - in the categories for Social and Collaborative Media and External Learning Solution of the Year.
Kineo's latest report - Learning Insights 2017 - highlights big changes in the way employees expect workplace learning to be delivered. It also reveals that L&D professionals are now keeping pace with this rapid rate of change.
Kineo, a City & Guilds Group Business, has created a new solution targeted at organisations who require a lower cost of entry or need to deploy rapidly, but don’t want to compromise on the power and flexibility of a fully-fledged enterprise LMS.
Kineo’s work with clients was recognised in this year’s Learning Technologies award, scooping gold in two very competitive categories.
Brandon Hall Group has recognized Kineo’s work with United States Beef Corporation (US Beef) in the category of best blended learning. Kineo is thrilled to take home gold in this category of the HCM Excellence Awards.
City & Guilds Kineo has launched a brand new version of PIVOT, its Managed Learning Service (MLS).
The 2016 Learning Insights report from City & Guilds Kineo reveals a fascinating set of insights and issues but the predominant theme was how many of the L&D managers interviewed were confused by the blizzard of learning technology options available to them.
Three City & Guilds Kineo projects have been named as winners in the Totara Awards 2015.
In response to Ofsted requirements, City & Guilds Kineo has launched new training in 'Safeguarding young people from harm, abuse and exploitation’.
City & Guilds Kineo is delighted to announce the release of its brand new, ready-to-go elearning range, EssentialsPlus. David Patterson, Director of Learning Light, a leading research-led elearning company, recently conducted an in-depth review of four EssentialsPlus elearning modules, one from each range. He comments: "EssentialsPlus learning is much more aligned to Generation Y... treating learning as more of an explorative web and resource based learning experience."
Over half of UK businesses have two or more different teams taking responsibility for learning & development (L&D), leading to confusion and lack of cohesion. That’s according to a new report launched this week by City & Guilds Kineo.
Totara LMS’ Top Totara Partner, City & Guilds Kineo, has announced they will present a visually impactful and progressive extended enterprise LMS solution built for Samsung, the world-leading electronics company, at Learning Technologies Summer Forum on June 16th 2015.
For the third consecutive year, the open source multi-device Adapt Framework has been recognised for its achievements in elearning design technology by the Asia-Pacific based LearnX Awards.
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA), the nation's driving force behind pure performance in sport, has just launched a new multi-device anti-doping elearning course and learning management system for the Australian sporting community, created by leading industry experts in learning technologies and solutions, Kineo Pacific.
City & Guilds Kineo has released its new fully responsive multi-device elearning modules, supported by the hosted Learning Management System (LMS), MyEssentialsPlus.
City & Guilds Kineo has been named a Strategic Leader in the Bespoke Elearning market for a third consecutive year, as part of an independent, annual study undertaken by Elearnity.
A blended learning programme created by Barclays, a City & Guilds Kineo client, was recognised at this year’s Learning Awards, scooping a Bronze Award.
Now in its 16th year, Learning Technologies - Europe’s leading showcase of technology-supported workplace learning - returns to London Olympia 2 on 28 and 29 January. City & Guilds Kineo is contributing by sponsoring the 2015 show, emphasising a key focus on blended learning.
Totara LMS (part of Totara Learning) is an open-source learning management system that currently has 76 partners worldwide, operating in over 36 countries. City & Guilds Kineo, Platinum Partner and one of the founders of Totara Learning Solutions, has been announced as the Top Totara Partner of 2014.
McDonald’s UK and global learning solutions company City & Guilds Kineo are celebrating the success of their recent collaboration this morning having picked up the Gold Award for an innovative approach to systems training at the 2014 Elearning Awards.
Adapt Learning is an open source, responsive elearning development framework. Since its code release to the open source community by City & Guilds Kineo in September 2013, it has gone from strength to strength by gaining more than 90 contributors across the globe.
On September 10 & 11 Learning Live 2014 will take place in London. Bringing together world-class speakers, a multitude of workshops & keynote speakers from thought leaders within the world of L&D, there’s ample scope to learn something new.
On September 3rd, City & Guilds Kineo will bring global clients together in Leicester to host their first Workforce Development Conference, showcasing real-life examples of the impact apprenticeships, qualifications and accreditation can have on a business.
One in three employees leave within the first year. The cost of losing talent to UK business is around £42 million a year. Are we doing enough in our onboarding and new hire induction to address this?
City & Guilds Kineo are to showcase some of their latest client work at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum, taking place at Olympia, London on 17th June. They will also be delivering a seminar that showcases effective onboarding techniques, and releasing a new guide to Onboarding at the show.
City & Guilds Kineo, Learning Provider of the Year, is to demonstrate how employers could save a significant amount of their training budgets and deliver a more personalised learning experience, with its new Managed Learning Service at the CIPD’s Learning and Development Show on 30 April and 1 May 2014.
The City & Guilds Group has announced today that it has acquired Mindset Limited, a digital learning company that provides services to colleges and employers in the UK.
Employers could save thousands of pounds on their training budgets and deliver a more personalised learning experience, thanks to a new technology-led approach to apprenticeships and professional qualifications from City & Guilds Kineo, the global workplace learning company.
City & Guilds Kineo will host McDonald’s, Brand Learning, Compass Group and TUI at its upcoming Learning Insights event on 26 February 2014 in London. The employers will share their experiences of successful technology-led learning initiatives and explore best practice with an audience of learning and development professionals.
City & Guilds Kineo has once again been honoured with a major industry award, winning Learning Provider of the Year at the prestigious Learning Awards. This lands City & Guilds Kineo with an unprecedented treble of international awards in 2013/14.
City & Guilds Kineo, Elearning Company of the Year and founder of the Adapt open source elearning framework, has announced the release of version 1.0 of the framework earlier this week.
City & Guilds Kineo is sponsoring Learning Technologies 2014 in London and has prepared ten questions that it feels visitors to the event will benefit from answering.
Compass Group and City & Guilds Kineo, Elearning Company of the Year, are offering a free seminar at Learning Technologies 2014. In its 15th year, between January 29th & 30th 2014, Learning Technologies 2014 is Europe's leading showcase of technology supported workplace learning held at Olympia 2, London. This seminar, highlighting the digitisation and modernisation of vocational learning and the positive financial impact it has on business, is a chance to see the new Managed Qualification Service (MQS) in action and understand its benefits.
Learning Technologies 2014 is just around the corner and promises to be a great show. It can be overwhelming, and stepping away from the session floor for a rest, a cup of tea and some insights may seem like a good idea. Join City & Guilds Kineo in their private Green Room sessions for tea and insights at the show.
TUI and Network Rail are two organisations who’ve made a move to multi-device access to induction elearning, in partnership with City & Guilds Kineo, Elearning Company of the Year. At the Learning Technologies Conference they will showcase their approach, in a seminar on Wednesday January 29 at 11:45 am. Held at Olympia 2, London over two days in January, Learning Technologies is Europe's leading showcase of technology supported workplace learning.
City & Guilds Kineo is a headline sponsor at Learning Technologies again this year, boasting a fantastic stand (#142) with a full team to answer questions and has provided a breakdown of what's on offer at the show from City & Guilds Kineo.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal officially opened City & Guilds Kineo’s new offices at Sovereign House in Brighton today.
City & Guilds Kineo is to discuss the 10 key learning and development trends for 2014 in a webinar as part of the Learning and Skills Group’s winter webinar series on Thursday 19th December.
City & Guilds Kineo is pleased to announce that Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal will officially open the company’s new offices at Sovereign House in Brighton.
City & Guilds Kineo, the leading learning solutions provider, has been shortlisted as Learning Provider of the Year in the 2014 Learning Awards.
City & Guilds has acquired Kineo Pacific, a company based in New Zealand which partners with employers to help them improve performance through learning and technology. This follows City & Guilds’ acquisition of Kineo in December 2012, which was recently re-launched as City & Guilds Kineo in September 2013..
PwC and Kineo are proud to announce that they have won a prestigious Brandon Hall Silver award for Best Blended Programme 2013. The award is for the Recruitment Interviewing Skills programme, a highly successful learning experience for interviewers in PwC.
Today sees the launch of a new community site for Adapt, an open source authoring tool for designing and developing responsive, multi-device elearning.
In conjunction with establishing a presence in Ireland, City & Guilds Kineo, the leading learning solutions provider, has announced they will join the prestigious Learnovate Centre.
City & Guilds and Kineo have announced plans to launch a new Elearning Apprenticeship Academy. The initiative will build on City & Guilds’ heritage as the UK’s leading provider of apprenticeships and qualifications. The aim is to create a unique programme of learning and qualifications for new entrants to the elearning industry.
On 17th September over 80 clients and friends attended an event at the Tate Modern to celebrate the launch of the forthcoming City & Guilds Kineo company.
City & Guilds Kineo is to share its award winning techniques for increasing learner engagement at this year’s World of Learning Conference and Exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham on 2nd October 2013.
Kineo and City & Guilds are today hosting an event at the Tate Modern for its customers and friends where it will outline plans for the launch of City & Guilds Kineo in the UK.
Kineo, the global leader in learning solutions, will showcase its latest innovations next week at Learning Live 2013. Among the new initiatives, attendees will be able to experience the award-winning Adapt framework, a new open source project for elearning authoring.
Kineo has been named the world’s number one eLearning Content Development Companies in a new list published by eLearningIndustry.com, the leading portal for HR managers and training directors worldwide.
Kineo continues to lead the way in the provision of learning technologies with recognition from the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI). The industry standard Learning Technologies Accreditation has been awarded this month, signifying the high standards Kineo achieves in the provision of its solutions and related services.
Kineo, the global learning solutions provider, will demonstrate how it is leading the way in the creation of effective engagement in elearning with a webinar this Tuesday.
Kineo, the leading learning technology solutions provider, has partnered with global training company, The Oxford Group, in a new research project that reveals the realities of blended learning in organisations in 2013. The initial results will be shared in a webinar taking place on Tuesday 2 July.
City & Guilds and Kineo are bringing the elearning industry together at a unique event to discuss a new open source authoring project. The aim is to take their award winning elearning framework, Adapt, and collaboratively create an authoring tool that is owned and governed by the elearning community. Interested parties may attend the initial discussions in London on 2 July.
Local Green MP Caroline Lucas attended the opening of Kineo’s new Brighton office on 14th June.
City & Guilds and Kineo are inviting interested organisations to come together to discuss making Adapt, their award-winning multi-device elearning framework, into an open source project. The event will take place Tuesday, 2 July, at the Goldsmith’s Centre in London (UK).
Kineo, the global leader in learning solutions, will showcase its latest innovations at the first Learning Technologies Summer Forum in London later this month. These include the award-winning Adapt framework for multi-device learning, and a campaign-led approach to L&D inspired by marketing best practices.
Kineo, the global leader in learning technology solutions, is expanding its head office operations in the UK following a period of sustained business growth.
Global leaders in innovative learning technologies and solutions – Kineo, is honoured to be the recipient of two coveted 2013 LearnX Impact Awards and a finalist in five categories.
Kineo, now part of the City & Guilds Group, and e.learning age magazine will continue their joint research into workplace learning: this time on a global scale. The first annual Insights Report was launched in 2012 at the E-Learning Awards and this year’s research will be made available for the 2013 E-Learning Awards gala ceremony.
Kineo, now part of the City & Guilds Group, will reveal how it is working with clients to effectively engage learners at this week’s eLearning Network event. The one day conference, being held in London on Friday 17 May, will explore ‘Marketing in elearning’.
Kineo, the leader in learning technologies and co-owner of Totara LMS, is pleased to announce that the platform has become the very first Learning Management System to support Mozilla’s new Open Badges. The new functionality is just one exciting part of the innovation-packed version 2.4 release of Totara.
Kineo, the leaders in learning technology, will share practical insights on how leverage learning technologies in the workplace at the CIPD’s annual HRD conference this week.
City & Guilds Group, which now includes e-learning leaders Kineo, will be joined by learning professionals from leading organisations including Marks & Spencer at the CIPD’s annual HRD conference on 24 and 25 April 2013. The Group is hosting a seminar and panel discussion at the event to explore the ‘10 Learning Technology Trends That Deliver Strategic Benefits to Leading Organisations.’
The new look City & Guilds Group, which now includes elearning leaders Kineo, will showcase the changing face of workplace learning in London later this month. The Group will demonstrate the very latest technology and how organisations can harness it effectively as part of the CIPD’s annual HRD conference and exhibition on 24 and 25 April 2013.
March 11-15 is National Apprenticeship Week in the UK. As part of a week-long programme of support for the initiative, Kineo and City & Guilds are to host a webinar on 14th March. Guest speakers will share successes of their apprenticeship programmes at Tesco, London Underground and TUI.
City & Guilds has a long established track record of delivering apprenticeships to the UK’s leading businesses. It’s a proven route to attracting, retaining and developing workplace talent. National Apprenticeship Week from March 11-15 will show what’s possible with apprenticeships. City & Guilds, and leading e-learning company Kineo (now part of the City & Guilds Group) will be supporting National Apprenticeship Week with a range of activities.
Last week saw Europe’s largest learning technologies exhibition take place in London, with over 5,000 delegates attending the show.
City & Guilds has become the most recent addition to a growing number of Towards Maturity Ambassadors. They join an impressive collection of organisations working as ambassadors for change, identifying and improving good practices, raising awareness and driving the learning industry forward.
Kineo, the leading e-learning services company will launch a major recruitment campaign to support its ambitious growth plans at Learning Technologies 2013. This follows the announcement last month that Kineo has joined the City & Guilds Group, with a global reach in 80 countries.
With more than 220 exhibitors, over 120 free seminars and an audience of 5,000 learning and development professionals, Learning Technologies is the must attend event for anyone involved in organisational learning. Kineo is offering two free passes to the prestigious conference, worth £995 each – in exchange for a New Year’s resolution for learning.
Learners and employers are under increasing pressure. They want access to learning when they need it, and expect a supported, engaging and relevant learning experience. Isolated courses won’t cut it anymore. At the Learning Technologies 2013 in London on January 29th, Kineo and City & Guilds will share their innovations in addressing this challenge.
We live in a multi-device world. The growth of internet enabled devices such as smart phones, tablets and laptops means that increasingly we have to deliver learning solutions that work on all devices. E-learning needs to be ready to run on every surface, as a single version. At Learning Technologies in London later this month, Kineo will share their insights into responsive design and show how a single version can run on multiple devices.
Kineo, the leading e-learning services company, is delighted to announce further growth of its UK team with Virginia Barder joining as Kineo’s UK E-learning Director. Virginia is a well-known and highly experienced figure in the UK e-learning industry and will enable Kineo’s continued growth and success.
Kineo clients the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) have won the Charity Learning Award 2012 for Best Overall Online Programme for their well thought out, flexible, easy to use “Learning Zone”, which brings resources directly to staff, crew and volunteers no matter where they are based. The solution uses the Totara LMS platform and a blended approach to learning.
City & Guilds is pleased to announce it has acquired Kineo, a leading global learning and technology company, with the aim of creating the world’s leading workplace learning company.
Kineo Group Inc. won a coveted Gold Brandon Hall Award for Best Compliance Content for The Data Defense League Super Hero Academy eLearning Course and campaign it helped produce in collaboration with Warner Bros. Entertainment.
City & Guilds and Kineo have recently partnered on a major new initiative for learning in the workplace and beyond. The solution brings together City & Guilds' strength and quality in qualification and learner support with Kineo's innovation in learning technology. The programme will be explained in a Learning and Skills Group Webinar entitled ‘From Isolated Courses to Integrated Learning' on Dec 6th.
Kineo is pleased to announce that it will be a main sponsor of the forthcoming eLearning Network (eLN) event celebrating 25 years of e-learning.
Kineo, the leading e-learning company, and e.learning Age, will launch a major new report on Learning Technology this week at the E-learning Awards in London. The report is based on interviews with over 30 businesses on their use of learning technology, and outlines ten key trends.
Kineo are pleased to announce that Laura Overton, from Towards Maturity, will be presenting at the Elearning Insights Event on 15th November in central London.
Award-winning eLearning solutions company Kineo will be attending the E-Learning Guild’s annual DevLearn conference, taking place at the Aria Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV, from October 31 – November 2. In addition to showcasing Kineo’s latest work, the Kineo US Team are also presenting a number of sessions at DevLearn|12; exploring how multi-device learning, design-centred methodologies, and open-source solutions can help businesses achieve real, measurable results.
The event will present the detailed findings from the latest E-Learning Age 2012 research report and the top twelve trends. It will also include case studies of responsive e-learning for multiple devices, game based approaches to learning, award winning compliance learning approaches and creating seamless, personalised learner journeys.
Kineo will be demonstrating innovative new responsive e-learning designs in a webinar on Designing and delivering e-learning in a multi-device world, with the Learning & Skills Group on Thursday 20th September.
Global e-learning leaders Kineo are delighted have been shortlisted with our clients in 7 categories in the 2012 E-learning Awards, the UK’s leading e-learning industry awards.