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Return on investment: make learning rewarding

Calculating the return on investment for training can be challenging as the benefits and outcomes can be difficult to measure. Training can be a...

How product and service knowledge helps employees

Product and service knowledge is an important skill for employees to have across all industries, especially for those dealing with customers on a...

5 signs your employee compliance training is failing

The purpose of compliance training for employees is to aid their understanding of the legal boundaries within which their company operates....

How e-learning helps with onboarding and employee retention

Organisations work hard to recruit and attract new employees in the hope that top performing talent will help them grow. Finding the top talent...

Playing at safety: Gamification of health and safety training

Regardless of an organisation’s size and sector, health and safety training is an essential activity. Providing staff with greater expertise and...

Can micro- & e-learning help with continuing professional development?

With a few exceptions, training is not something that should be done once and not revisited. Generally speaking, it should be carried out...

How can e-learning platforms use Certainty Based Marking?

As an alternative to traditional multiple-choice assessment, Certainty Based Marking (CBM) helps employees to learn in a more confident,...

How e-learning platforms can show training effectiveness

We recently looked at how organisations can evaluate training effectiveness by covering Professor Donald Kirkpatrick’s four levels of evaluation:

How to evaluate training effectiveness

Training is a key part of any organisation. It doesn’t just enable employees to do their job, but it plays a role in determining how productive...