Professional Institute (IRRV) improves Local Authority and DWP staff skills
A partnership between an employer (A local authority), a professional Institute (the Institute of Revenues, Rating and Valuation (IRRV) and a supplier (Nelson Croom) leads to the creation of a nationally available, always up to date, functional, accurate, flexible, effective and easy to use online training programme; well liked by users.
This partnership approach is an excellent model for future work in the professional skills area. The professional institute provides subject expertise and keeps content up to date, the employer understands the work-based learning environment and has business targets to meet, the e-learning supplier has the expertise to create an outstanding product that can be readily kept in date, is like by learners and achieves the learning objectives.
In this case an excellent product is created that matches the needs of learners and the business.
Compare your L&D strategy with the Towards Maturity Learning Health Check
Compare your L&D strategy
Review your L&D strategy to discover your strengths and opportunities for improvement with the Towards Maturity Learning Health Check.
Towards Maturity Learning Health Check season extended to Monday 16 September. Early 2019 results highlight that only 7% of L&D leaders report that their organisation encourages and provides time for reflection*
By popular demand, the 2019 Learning Health Check season has now been extended until Monday 16th September. There is still enough time to complete your review and revisiting regularly can also help learning professionals to measure progress year on year, highlight areas where improvement is needed and provide evidence to build a business case for change.
When it comes to organisational culture, performance and learning, blind spots (or as they are often referred to ‘not seeing the light’) are usually found at the root of most of our problems with work today. These problems shape our day to day conversations, thinking, mood, judgement, decisions-making, or fundamental lack of them. These issues can make or break your workplace experience.
With 56% of organisations reporting that a lack of learner engagement is hindering the success of compliance within the business, it is clear that something needs to be done to highlight the value of these programmes to learners in order for them to engage with the content and retain the information.
In Deloitte’s 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report, their top-rated trend for 2019 is the need to improve Learning and Development (L&D). 86% of respondents to their global survey rated this issue important or very important, with only 10% of respondents feeling “very ready” to address it.
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