News stories from Traineasy in 2019
Traineasy | 14 May 2019
Since 2014 NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) has used Traineasy LMS, branded as the NHSBT Shine Academy, to manage compliance with statutory & mandatory training. A major upgrade, successfully completed in March 2019 sees Shine Academy relaunched as a mobile responsive solution with an extended catalogue of digital learning resources.
Traineasy | 21 Mar 2019
The NHS Data Security and Protection Toolkit is an online self-assessment tool that allows organisations to measure their performance against the National Data Guardian’s 10 data security standards. After a lot of work (100 mandatory evidence items provided and 40 assertions confirmed) Traineasy, a significant supplier of learning management and online appraisal solutions to the NHS in England, has shown it meets these standards.
Traineasy | 18 Mar 2019
Following on from the successful launch of their e-learning portal in 2018, the Housing Ombudsman Service has commissioned the production of a video for landlords to help them manage unacceptable behaviour from complainants.
Traineasy | 11 Mar 2019
Since 2011, Ashtead Plant Hire Co Ltd (A-Plant) has used Traineasy LMS to provide its employees with access to essential and soft skills training. The imaginatively branded Green Cafe, has now been relaunched with the Traineasy LMS integrated appraisal module.
Traineasy | 11 Mar 2019
A recent upgrade to Lectora Online provides integrated access to the e-Learning Brothers (eLB) Library enabling customers to enhance titles with course starters, games and interactions, and to select from a huge collection of cutout people characters, stock images, audio, and video assets.
Traineasy | 08 Mar 2019
When Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust upgraded to Traineasy's AICC-compliant LMS they immediately began to benefit from the ability to run e-Learning for Health's (e-LfH) digital content from a platform that also calculates live training compliance statistics.
Traineasy | 02 Mar 2019
On March 1st 2019, it was announced that Traineasy, an established re-seller of e-learning authoring tools, is now offering public Lectora and Articulate Storyline classes in Central Milton Keynes. For the first time delegates will be able to join a cohort and take advantage of the authoring tool workshops that until now have been available only on customer site.