Chelmsford (UK), December 2020 - Barefoot eLearning and Imagine Performance have announced their collaboration in the creation of a complete package of resources to help those working from home. The Barefoot suite of CPD accredited online courses and Imagine Performance's Perform™ Remote Working platform enable a learner to become fully prepared for remote working and track the implementation of their learning in their workplace, wherever that might be.
The pandemic has changed our way of life, and remote working has now become the norm. Barefoot eLearning specialises in delivering micro learning courses in employment skills and has curated a set of eLearning courses that are intended to help remote workers both in their productivity and wellbeing.
Perform Remote Working (RW) has a professionally created set of behaviours that are key to working from home, allowing an individual to quickly and easily record when they are carrying out the necessary WFH behaviours. You can also record examples of your work and exchange ideas with other people who are also working remotely.
"Remote working can be challenging in many different ways. Our partnership with Imagine Performance enables us to transform a remote activity into both a community and performance driven role, and we believe this will make it much easier for the remote worker to adapt with these new tools," explained Robin Adda, CEO, Barefoot eLearning.
"The combination of Barefoot's courses and the Perform RW platform is a complete package for those who need support when working remotely. I am delighted that we are working together to support so many people." David Fairbairn-Day, Chief Performance Officer, Imagine Performance Ltd.
The Barefoot eLearning team has over 25 years' experience in the learning environment. The Barefoot portfolio includes interactive online courses, from Wellbeing, Health, and Safety to Business Skills and IT Training in Microsoft 365, Windows and Cyber Security.
All courses benefit from being accredited by leading certification bodies. These courses are also eligible for funding under the TLM qualification framework. (TLM is an Awarding Organisation regulated by Ofqual, the regulators for qualifications in England).