How To Master Your Foundation Skills Training Programme With Learning Pool’s eLearning Modules

Foundation skills are the basic elements of business literacy. They are the essential skill sets a modern employee needs to progress. Without them, people will struggle in their jobs and development may pass them by. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 Ways To Measure The Effectiveness Of Your Foundation Skills Training Programmes

The prime reason for establishing a foundation skills training programme in your organisation is to upskill your workforce and see improvements in performance. However, if you don’t measure the outcomes, how will you know if it’s worth it? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

8 Strategies To Support Foundation Skill Development In The Workplace

Foundation skills develop the fundamental skill sets needed in the modern business environment. They have been described as the basics of general business literacy. Those who have them are liable to adapt and progress. Those that don’t, risk being left behind in a fast-changing business environment. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 Reasons Foundation Skills Are Key To Success In The Workplace

More than ever, success in the workplace depends on having the key skills to perform. For organisations, training is not only about getting the most out of its employees but also ensuring they have the capability to cope with and thrive in the fast-changing pace of modern work. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 Tips To Create An Accurate Budget For Your Business Skills Training

The demand for business skills training continues to grow. People require new training to deal with changes in legislation and business practice, the growth of new subject areas (like Mental Health in the workplace), and the need to maintain and sustain CPD. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Features Of Effective Business Skills Training That Will Improve Team Performance

If only training were that simple. You find the right programme and make sure all your employees take it. Job done. But we know that even with the best training courses, people forget what they’ve learned. And very quickly too. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Create An Agile Business Training Course Keeping Your Learners Engaged

The arguments against top-down, instructor-led, off-site training are well known. The traditional approach has been outmoded by technology. It’s inefficient and not cost-effective. So, you’d be tempted to conclude that it’s time to ditch your organisation’s L&D and hand it over to Google or Youtube.

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