This report provides powerful evidence to help senior management and L&D teams in the retail sector to ensure that their learning experiences lead to closer alignment to business goals and greater learning results for its employees.
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With over 9m people in the UK not online yet, does a lack of employee IT skills cause barriers for your L&D programmes? This HOW TO Guide will help you get your staff online.
1/5th of the UK population has never been online – How does this impact your e-learning strategy and what can you do about it?
At the end of January , e-skills UK released their latest research reports looking at the key trends, opportunities and challenges facing IT & Telecoms in the UK. It highlights that fully exploiting technology is the single most important step the UK can take to improve productivity across the economy. The results could generate an additional £35 bn for the UK economy over the coming 5 -7 years – interesting evidence for those wanting to demonstrate that skills add value!
e-skills UK today released a consultation for its five year strategic plan for England and is now seeking input from employers, educationalists and other stakeholders with an interest in the UK’s IT & Telecoms skills base.
BUPA needed to train users in 300 locations across the UK to use an employee and resident information system; traditionally done in a central training location.
Making the most of technology could boost UK economy by £35 billion – new research highlights critical importance of IT & Telecoms to UK and urgent need to invest in skills.
In the 2007 e-learning Awards, Kirklees Metropolitan Council walked away with the award for the best example of supporting learners online.
Cadbury’s Schweppes had to roll out a new performance managment system to over 60 countries on a limited budget and even tighter time frames.
The NHS in Wales have recently pioneered a rollout of a light touch qualification that not only equips staff with a relavent qualification for their day to day job, but also uses technology to help demonstrate to their managers that they are able to use NHS online tools such as the patient management system.
With the opening up of the wealth of new ideas and possibilities offered by social software, are there particular skills that users need to develop to make the most of Web 2.0?
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.
Following the introduction of the National Certificate for Licences, this innovative programme, using the el-box tablet PC developed by Creative Learning Media for Brewers Fayre pubs in the Whitbread Group, reflects a high level of audience sensitivity with 86% out of 9,600 staff now preferring this method of learning.
Detailed case study covering 60,000 staff who accessed the NHS portal for basic IT ECDL skills training with an increase in staff morale, confidence and capability. Saving time, with 66% transfer of benefits to patients and an overall ROI improvement of 251%.