NGO courses developed as part of USAID and DFID funded project
With employee’s today having a bigger focus on learning and development, there needs to be a more exciting way to address their needs. By using true-to-life experiences, immersive learning online can provide new knowledge as well as putting users through an exciting learning journey.
Last month we were at the Learning Technologies conference, Europe’s most important event for learning and development professionals.
Employees today have such high workloads and busy schedules that sometimes taking time out to train isn’t top of their to-do list. In providing greater flexibility, elearning has provided a convenient solution to the training needs of many organisations.
Using gamification in 2019 – everything you need to know
NHS England announced last year its recommendations for changes to the ambulance service operating model and associated standards, developed through the Ambulance Response Programme (ARP).
With a global market predicted to be worth in excess of £100 billion, immersive technologies are set to impact every area of our lives; transforming how we live, learn and play.
Building Safe Teams at International Alert NGO extends Hostile Environment Training to staff with HostileWorld
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. […]