UK elearning community benefits from Towards Maturity benchmark

by | Jul 3, 2012 | Articles, Press Release

3rd July 2012, London: Members of the UK’s largest elearning community, the eLearning Network, are benefiting from the annual Towards Maturity learning benchmark study. Now it is urging other organisations to participate as part of its ongoing ‘Campaign for Effective Elearning’.

Elearning Network members can take part in the Benchmark here.
As part of its work with the learning and development community, the eLearning Network (eLN) launched its campaign at the start of 2012. “The campaign works to support technology-led learning in all its forms” explains Rob Hubbard, eLN Chairman. “Members share knowledge and best practices with the aim of helping everyone create and commission better elearning content, systems and apps. We are encouraging our members to get involved with the Benchmark as part of their ”
He continues, “We’re delighted to support the Towards Maturity Benchmark study as part of our campaign. We know our members have gained great insights by taking part in the Benchmark over the years and urge everyone who is interested in pursuing excellence in learning and development to get involved in this year’s study.”
The Towards Maturity Benchmark study provides a unique and free opportunity for organisations to review their current approach to learning, compare their progress with peers and to use this information to help improve their performance. In 2011, a record 600 organisations took part across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
eLN Board member Matt Brewer, Technology Training Consultant from Chubb Insurance Company, has already participated in the 2012 study and commented “”Having participated in the Towards Maturity Benchmarking process for the last few years, I think it provides easily the best and most comprehensive assessment of where we are in comparison with other companies who are using or planning to use online learning. Don’t just think that the results are the only useful part of it though. Just completing the benchmark focuses the mind to areas you may need to address, and provides ideas of other possible alternatives you may not have considered.”
The study closes on the 27th of July but everyone who completes the Benchmark study by 6 July will receive their personalised, independent report in just two weeks. Laura Overton, Managing Director of Towards Maturity will also be talking about the study at this week’s eLN mobile learning event on Friday 6 July in London, for which a few tickets are still available: http://www.elearningnetwork.org/events/mad-about-mobile-learning
Those wishing to take part in the study can do so online here

About eLearning Network
The eLearning Network (eLN) is a non-profit, Community Interest Company run by the elearning community for the elearning community.

The eLN is the number one source for guidance on best practice and future trends in technology-based learning and development at work, with over 3000 members in the UK and beyond. Find out more via www.elearningnetwork.org

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