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    • Virtual College releases report to help businesses ‘revolutionise’ their L&D programmes

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      Following the success of their first L&D report in their three-part series, digital learning provider Virtual College has now released the second report, The Importance of Investing in your Learners. Exploring a question that every business is asking – how much time and effort do we need to invest into our learning programmes – this report offers guidance and insight into why businesses must embrace this investment and how they can go about it.

    • Virtual College releases report on how to create training for the learner

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      A lot has changed in the world of learning and development in the last year, namely the big move to digital learning, which many businesses had to undertake to ensure that their training could be carried out in remote settings. But another significant change is how learners want to learn. They have been introduced to a new way of working, and have been given more freedom and flexibility with their time, both which seem to have had a significant effect on how they want to learn.

    • Why businesses turned to digital learning to get them through pandemic year

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      Now they are a year on from the start of the pandemic and starting to come through the other side, Virtual College, a leading digital training provider based in Yorkshire, looks back and reflects on what they have learnt from this year, what trends they have seen and what other businesses can learn from these insights.

    • Virtual College signs a Memorandum of Understanding with VR Education

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      VR Education (AIM: VRE; Euronext Growth: 6VR), a leading virtual reality (‘VR’) technology company focused on the education and enterprise training space, is pleased to announce that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (‘MOU’) with Virtual College Limited (‘Virtual College’), an industry leading digital learning solutions provider, to provide and deliver technology enhanced learning solutions in the UK and Middle East.

    • Virtual College develops online training with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      Virtual College has teamed up with subject matter experts from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to develop a new online health and safety training solution for slips, trips and falls in the workplace. It has not only been designed to help businesses meet their compliance needs, but the learner has been at the forefront of the creative process ensuring a training solution that is relevant, engaging, flexible and accessible to all.

    • Virtual College gets curious at Learning Technologies 2020

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      This year Virtual College will explore the theme of ‘Creating learning cultures’, explaining how organisations can change their work environment to build a more effective, positive learning culture.

    • Virtual College completes successful learning and development campaign

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      Over the last three months Virtual College has been running a thought-leader campaign called ‘Shaping the Future of L&D’. During this campaign, they partnered with 14 learning and development experts to address the future of L&D, and how it is changing in response to technological developments.

    • Virtual College partners with experts to address the future of L&D

      Virtual College | Ilkley, UK |

      Virtual College are launching a new thought-leader series ‘Shaping the Future of L&D’. In this series, they have partnered with 14 learning and development experts to address how L&D is changing as technology rises.

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