Improving Employee Engagement – 8 Simple Tips Employee engagement is seen as an internal state of being- physical, mental and emotional- that brings together earlier concepts of work effort, organisation commitment, job satisfaction and flow. In simpler terms, employee engagement is about waking up in the morning and not just going to work for work’s sake but feeling that your organisation is fulfilling its purpose and you are working on a common goal to achieve your business’s objectives.
In 1923 radio was first introduced as an educational tool. It was a landmark step in using new technology in learning. A mere 10 years later the relationship between technology and education had developed so quickly that 52% of schools had already incorporated silent film as a teaching tool. Fast forward to today and we have the seemingly unstoppable rise of e-Learning. The rapid changes in computer technology have changed the face of education and have revolutionised the professional training industry. Interactive video in e-Learning The term ‘e-Learning’ was first coined in 1999. Since then the market has grown exponentially, more than doubling in size in the last five years. […]
Working alongside disaster relief NGO, RedR UK, DTS has launched online learning platform Mission Ready for the international humanitarian sector. The platform has been created to provide a number of interactive simulations and challenges to prepare aid workers for what they may face in the field. Become Mission Ready with real-world scenarios Mission Ready puts trainees in a ‘real-world’ environment where they are required to interact with individuals and make decisions. Field Security Management The first training course is Field Security Management, designed to meet the security needs of organisations and individuals working in hostile environments. Material covering a range of security topics – including context assessment, security planning and staff managment for security – has been developed […]