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.

LMS Vs ‘Best Of Breed’​ Learning Tech (With Adam Harwood)

Outsourcing ‘digital’ and not investing in your own digital know-how will put you at a significant disadvantage – and over-reliance on one system will prove to be counterproductive. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

6 Things To Consider Before Integrating Training Catalogues In Your Business Skills Training

With constant demands on business through new legislation (think GDPR) and the need to upskill and encourage employee development (think CPD), there’s an increased need for training. But how do you cover all the bases and stay abreast of new developments? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Room To Grow: Building Career Advancement Paths For Your Employees

The presence of a solid employee career development plan can make all the difference between a dead-end job and a long-term professional opportunity. In this article, you'll find 6 easy steps to build the perfect career development plan for your employees. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Modern Microlearning Learning Examples For Effective eLearning

Microlearning has gained huge popularity in the Learning and Development industry. But do these short nuggets of learning content actually work? Here are 4 best-practice microlearning examples and our tips on how to make your microlearning-based learning effective. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Choosing eLearning Programs: Customized For Individuality Or Homogenized For Uniformity ?

The key to successful learning is finding the correct balance between standardization and customization of programs. Only then can we achieve the best possible “return on effort” with our training and development conduct, ensuring future continuity for employees and organizations alike. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.