Polestar’s Print Dynamics Programme

by | Sep 20, 2007 | Interviews

This is the first in a series of podcasts with organisations to highlight how they have been using e-learning creatively to address business needs.

Here , Darrin Stevens, Group Training Director of Polestar ( one of the largest printing firms in the UK) hightlights the challenges facing the industry and how an innovative e-learning programme is helping to:

  • capture the knowledge of an aging workforce
  • attract new entrants into the business
  • improve supply chain relationships in the production process

The programme has won 7 learning awards including a National Training Award and the WOLCE award for e-learning innovation in 2006.

Click here to listen to this short interview for practical hints and tips on how to reach both the workforce and new entrants.

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This article was originally created by the Work based e-learning project at e-skills UK and is reproduced with kind permission.

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