Connecting for Health – e-learning at the NHS Part 1

by | Sep 28, 2007 | Interviews

Dr Phillip Candy,  Director of Education, Training and Development, NHS Connecting for Health took part in a recent interview with the Towards Maturity project team to discuss how technology is being harnessed to support the skills of a million staff.

He discusses :

  • The challenges in addressing the needs of his audience
  • The double divident of technology investment
  • The opportunities for e-learning content to move beyond the unispiring and banal!

This is part 1 of a 2 part interview – listen to part 2 here or click to see a short video summary

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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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