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Nimble’s special three-day virtual Nimble Community Week and Awards took place on 20-22 September.
Nimble’s special three-day virtual Nimble Community Week and Awards took place on 20-22 September.
The 2022 Nimble Awards, which celebrate the delivery of outstanding training, learning and development through the use of Nimble, have kicked off with the announcement of this year’s finalists.
The awards recognise and celebrate elearning excellence and highlight the achievements of their customers.
The awards are the perfect opportunity for Nimble to recognise and celebrate elearning excellence and highlight the achievements of their customers.
As the global climate crisis mounts, more and more businesses are looking at the steps they can take to save energy, reduce their carbon footprint and make a more positive impact on the environment.
With planned easing of COVID-19 restrictions in England just around the corner, Nimble Elearning have put together a course to help get employees back to the office safely and with confidence – whether via a hybrid model, or bringing a full workforce back to their desks.
There’s no doubt that the world of learning and development has changed rapidly year-on-year, and the landscape is now a completely different space compared to the past several years. With changes in trends, training deliveries and new technologies – not to mention a global pandemic – Nimble continues to rise to these challenges.
Nimble Elearning has released a special lockdown edition of ‘The course of true love’ in time for Valentine’s Day.
Spurred on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for elearning solutions continues to grow at pace. Leading online learning software and content provider, Nimble Elearning, are well placed and ready to help companies continue training their staff.
Nimble Elearning to launch their eagerly anticipated course authoring tool, Nimble Author 2, at the World Of Learning Virtual Summit on 9-10 December.
The issues of racial equality and ethnic diversity have been brought to the fore, and in recent weeks, equality and diversity training for individuals and organisations are a priority for those involved in L&D.
Training during furlough brings real benefits and furloughed employees can – and should – receive training.
Companies are struggling to brief their employees on the logistical, emotional and compliance considerations that they need to be aware of when working from home. The pace of policy change for working conditions has left companies without the time to fully prepare their teams for this unprecedented change.
With coronavirus now confirmed as a pandemic by World Health Organisation (WHO), the Nimble Elearning Learning Design team have acted quickly to create and release a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Awareness elearning course for the workplace.
The desire for editable “off-the-shelf” learning resources is growing fast. Nimble Elearning have expanded their Learning Design team to respond to this increased need.
On March 18th, Carolyn Forbes, Systems and Training Manager for News UK, will talk about how their approach to blending learning has improved engagement. Her session at the Call and Contact Centre Expo at London ExCeL will explain how this transformation has included developing a productive relationship with Nimble Elearning.
In a crowded marketplace, how do you know where to find the best suppliers and performers in elearning? The answer is provided by the Fosway 9-Grids™ created by Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR Industry Analyst focused on Next Gen HR, Talent and Learning.
Data security and integrity is of paramount importance to Nimble. They’ve gone to great lengths to ensure that their customers’ data is secure, and their service is available 24/7.
At World of Learning 2019, Andrew Willison, National Health and Safety Coordinator from Forest Holidays, will be speaking about how Nimble Elearning has revolutionised the way they train and improved their culture.
Nimble green will be highly visible as it’s going to be the colour scheme for the Business and Networking Lounge at World of Learning on 15-16 October at the NEC Birmingham, which is being sponsored by Nimble Elearning. It’s an ideal location to relax while meeting with the super-friendly Nimble team to discuss ways in which online learning can enhance an organisation’s training and development.
The sun was certainly shining on the Stonehouse Court Hotel in Gloucestershire on Thursday 19 September for the annual CPD accredited Nimble Community Day conference, networking and awards. Nimble customers came from across the country, and the day was specifically focused on the Nimble community, with networking, customer case studies, workshops, Nimble's 5th birthday celebrations and the third annual Nimble Awards ceremony.
2014 was the year Nimble Elearning was formally introduced to the world as it was launched at the Learning Technologies event in London. Conceived five years earlier as Elearning247, the brainchild of Neil Hyde and Joe Jarlett, it quickly turned into a game changer in the online learning industry. It aimed to empower trainers and L&D personnel to take control of their own online training.
Henry Ford said, “Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, working together is success.” It’s a philosophy shared by Nimble Elearning. It’s demonstrated in the format of their CPD accredited Community Day (Conference • Networking • Awards) on 19 September. A day when customers meet to network, participate in workshops and listen to success stories from others who use the elearning platform.
Nimble Elearning, the Gloucestershire-based company, will once again be rolling out the red (green!) carpet and polishing the speeches for the third annual Nimble Awards, presented at their Community Day (Conference, Networking and Awards) on Thursday 19 September, Stonehouse Court Hotel, Gloucestershire. This important date in the Nimble calendar is the perfect opportunity to recognise and celebrate their customer’s elearning excellence.
Employee training is far too important to play around with it. Or is it? According to Zoe Roberts, Senior Learning and Development Manager at LEGOLAND® Windsor, that’s precisely what you need to do. If your workforce is tasked with helping customers to enjoy themselves, the training should capture that fun too.
eLearning Industry have included Nimble Elearning in their Top 20 LMS based on User Experience for 2019. This comes hot on the heels of their Top 20 positions for Customer Experience and Value for Money.
Nimble Elearning has helped many businesses find their training haven – especially their customers Haven Claims. Up until a year ago, as a home and motor insurer, they delivered all their staff training face-to-face in classrooms. However, since adopting Nimble, they’ve been astonished by the massive Return on Investment it’s brought them.
Recognition from your peers is always important. It’s an indication of genuine professional respect. So, when ELEARNING INDUSTRY compliments anyone, it means a great deal. They have included Nimble Elearning’s LMS in their Top 20 LMS Value for Money list for 2019.
Learning Technologies at the ExCeL arena in London on 13-14 February is where Nimble Elearning have chosen to show the world a first-glimpse of the new version of their platform, Nimble Author 2.0.
For those looking for romance, there’s a new and exciting love story to be found at Learning Technologies: a blossoming relationship between high-street retailer Ann Summers and Nimble Elearning.
Stand D120 at the World of Learning Conference & Exhibition on 16-17 October is where visitors will find Nimble Elearning, the company whose rapid growth is down to their agility, the simplicity of their platform and its cost effectiveness. It’s also where visitors will find Nimble Elearning partnering with Espirita Workforce Solutions in a seminar on raising awareness of mental health in the workplace.
Nimble, the innovative elearning company based in Stroud, Gloucestershire, recently encouraged their clients to revisit the classroom. Over 100 Nimble customers were in attendance from all over the UK, at the Nimble Community Day (Conference, Networking and Awards) on 14 September, at the nearby Stonehouse Court Hotel. They explored how people learn and how the process can be productive and enjoyable.
Nimble Elearning, the Gloucestershire-based company, will be rolling out the red (green!) carpet and polishing the speeches for the second annual Nimble Awards, presented at their Community Day on Thursday 13 September at Stonehouse Court Hotel, Gloucestershire. It may not be the Oscars – not yet – but for folk in the elearning business, it’s an important date in the calendar.
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Businesses must remain agile if they are to succeed. Steve Jobs defined this concept in his ‘5 Nevers’: Never give up. Never pretend. Never stand still. Never cling to the past. Never stop dreaming. Nimble follows a similar philosophy, which is reflected in the recent expansion of its teams.
Let the trumpets sound. The call has gone out. Nimble is on the look-out to recognise and reward excellence and innovation in elearning. The Gloucestershire-based company will celebrate best practice of their customers at the annual Nimble Community Day (conference, networking and awards) on 13 September, at Stonehouse Court Hotel.
‘Digital footprints’ are an important security aspect which could be exploited by the cyber-criminal. Nimble Elearning partner, Cyber Security Associates, will be providing practical advice on how to better safeguard company and personal information at work and at home, and will offer advice for protecting against different types of potential, or actual, cyber attacks at their 2-hour seminar 'How to avoid exposing your digital footprint to cyber criminals'.
The trophy shelf in the Nimble Elearning office is looking crowded after the company won back-to-back awards within the space of a month.
Gayle Tong from Ann Summers joins Nimble E-learning at Learning Technologies 2018 to talk about how they successfully brought their unique brand of content to life.