The first courses announced are the new Interview Techniques range, designed to assist both the interviewer and the interviewee through the process. This will be followed by the Digital Transformation range, which explores the impact of the digital world on the workplace, and includes a course on Social Media.
As well as producing brand new ranges, the team also plan to expand existing ones, by developing new courses for the Management & Leadership, Understanding Budget & Finance and Customer Services ranges.
"Our focus when developing our Content Roadmap is always our customers," said Alison Soper, Creative Director. "When titles are requested, it drives the content team forward, as we take pride in producing courses we know our customers need and want."
The team is also taking the opportunity to revisit MicroLearn’s off-the-shelf catalogue, adding extra resources to existing courses, including infographics and toolbox talks, to ensure learners get the most from their eLearning experience.
All of MicroLearn’s courses are available in a variety of formats, the longest of which is the 15-minute module. This consists of a short, whiteboard-style, explainer video, expanded learning and a quiz to check understanding.
Alternatively, it can be broken down into the VideoPlus, the video and the quiz, or the Video resource, depending on the client’s needs.