Collaboration

Seven Reasons to Join the Charity Learning Consortium

London (UK), February 2020 - Cash strapped charities achieve far more for less with their learning and development budgets when they join the Charity Learning Consortium. The team at the Learning Technologies exhibition explained why collaborating with more than 180 organisations in the Consortium family makes such great business sense. Rosie Haighton, Head of Membership, and Charlotte Gibson, Membership Development Manager, were on hand to explain the benefits. 

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Back to the Future

Investment in Learning Culture

Jane DalyLondon (UK), February 2020 - Prioritising learning culture over technology is one of the key findings of the annual research report released by Emerald Works. Following its recent launch, Emerald Works has shared key findings from its annual research report. The results reveal that organisations need to prioritise establishing a collaborative learning culture over investing in digital technology to gain real lasting impact on business growth.

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Engage in Learning

Update Infection Control Course with Coronavirus Guidance

London (UK), February 2020 - The UK’s Department of Health has described the coronavirus as a "serious and imminent threat" to public health. Engage in Learning appreciate that there may be some organisations which are unsure how best to protect their employees and the wider community. With this in mind, the RoSPA accredited infection control course (which covers general good practice) has been updated with a short section covering coronavirus and the published guidelines and information available so far.

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The Two Latest Innovations

What If Learning Were As Much Fun As Going to the Cinema?

GoodhabitzLondon (UK), February 2020 - For 2020, GoodHabitz has developed a brand new concept: "What if learning were just as fun as going to the cinema?" This creative concept fits perfectly with the company’s DNA. GoodHabitz aims to make the learning journey fun, easy, and accessible for everyone in an organisation.

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First Media

How to Produce Great eLearning Content

Lincolnshire (UK), February 2020 - Ahead of their appearance at Learning Tech 2020, the creative eLearning design specialists First Media explain how they produce high-impact eLearning content for organisations such as the FA.

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Craig Weiss

A New Learning Generation

London (UK), January 2020 - Fuse tops the charts in the books of Craig Weiss, CEO and lead analyst of FindAnLMS. "Next generation" is a signifier that’s used with increasing alacrity, applied to everything from social groups to social networks, games consoles to wireless networks. It’s often an easy claim to make, but one that can be harder to defend under close scrutiny.

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CAML System

Raytheon Is Building a Machine Learning System

Cambridge, MA (USA), January 2020 - Raytheon is developing a machine learning technology under a $6 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the Competency Aware Machine Learning program.

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Learning Disabilities

The Long and Difficult Path to Your Learning Culture

Heidelberg (GER)/Cambridge, MA (USA), November 2019 - Identifying the most common “learning disabilities” in becoming a learning organization is not a straightforward issue. The strength of learning cultures is definitely one of the biggest drivers in business because learning organizations encourage teamwork, independent thinking, and knowledge sharing, and thus they increase efficiency, productivity, and satisfaction while optimizing the ability to adapt to change. These are only a few of the benefits.

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Participate!

Cyber Security Pulse - Have Your Say

London (UK), November 2019 - In 2018, only four out ten L&D leaders reported that their team was able to help their organisation manage risk successfully. Towards Maturity's Cyber Security Learning Pulse aims to gather data and insights around cyber security learning.

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Fraunhofer IEE

Capacity Building for India’s Energy Transition

Kassel (GER), November 2019 - Together with the Indian institute IIT Mumbai and partners from industry, The Fraunhofer Institute for Energy Economics and Energy System Technology IEE has launched a capacity building program for energy system transformation in India. The focus of this program is on grid integration of renewable energy. It was initiated by the German Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GIZ and aims at employees of Indian grid operators who are active in grid operation and management. The training program combines online and presence modules in topics such as generation, forecasting, integration, control, and visualization of renewable energies, as well as market mechanisms, regulation, and politics.

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HCM & Talent Management

Fosway Launches New 2019 9-Grids™

Cirencester (UK), October 2019 - Fosway Group, a leading European HR-industry analyst, has unveiled its 2019 Fosway 9-Grids™ for cloud based HCM (human capital management) and talent management systems.

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eLearning Intervention

"What Comes after Unconscious Bias Training?"

London (UK), October 2019 - Marshall E-Learning and Dan Robertson from Vercida Consulting are delighted to announce the creation of a new training programme "Becoming an Inclusive Organisation". This next step after unconscious bias training is vital to creating inclusion throughout the organisation.

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Video Platform

Panopto Announces Record-Breaking Growth

London (UK), October 2019 - Panopto, a leading enterprise video platform provider, announced recently that it has accelerated the rapid year-over-year growth the company has produced annually since its founding in 2007.

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eLearning Punk

Say Yes to Bold and Colorful eLearning Content

Saarbrücken (GER), October 2019 - When it comes to digital learning content, the availability is overwhelming. New training trends emerge daily, ranging from game based learning to mobile learning. But where do learners find the most exciting learning content with the proverbial "wow effect"? 

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