The pure technology group is working closely with Virtual College in developing new and innovative technology solutions to support their position as one of the UK’s leaders in e-learning, saving them over £1million in the process.
With more than 20 deaths a year due to road accidents involving mobile phone use, and the introduction of tougher penalties for drivers caught using them, a new e-learning course aims to raise awareness of the issue.
The course from Learning Heroes is designed for fleet, training and health and safety managers to use for internal staff training. It also covers topics including speed awareness and making better driving decisions.
It's available for free for L&D, H&S and training managers.
Docebo’s new 7.0 release advances learner-centric experiences by delivering significant UI/UX enhancements that encourage user adoption and learner engagement, supported by cutting-edge social learning opportunities, offline training access for mobile users, and new commerce functionality for businesses selling training.
Bob Little’s 2017 movers and shakers list has been published, ranking the top 100 most influential people in corporate elearning; Elliott Masie, Rebecca Stromeyer and Laura Overton positioned in top three.
The major changes taking place in the apprenticeship system are likely to be a key talking point during the 10th annual National Apprenticeship Week from 6 to 10 March 2017. Two webinars have been arranged to help audiences understand the complex changes taking place and how best to work within the new Apprenticeship Levy requirements.
Growth Engineering's revolutionary Academy LMS (an engagement focused Learning Management System) has beaten over 1000 competitors, to win 2nd place in Craig Weiss’ 2017 report on the top 50 learning platforms.