Tags: e-Learning

Infographic: 5 key stats on workplace learning

Did you miss last week’s webinar on workplace learning? Don’t worry – you can still listen to the whole event on demand. The latest instalment of InsideHR, the webinar series from HRreview dedicated to the practitioners focused on implementing an informal learning culture within your business or organisation. E-Learning is fast becoming one of the most popular methods…

Survey reveals growing demand for off-the-shelf e-learning and video content  

L&D teams are increasingly buying-in ready-made learning resources, rather than creating their own, according to an annual survey by Video Arts which reveals an upsurge in the use of off-the-shelf e-learning and video content. 400 learning and development professionals were asked about how they deliver training and their plans for the future. The results show…

Win the chance to have Video Arts create a bespoke bite-size video for you, at LT2015

Learning content specialist Video Arts will run a competition with a difference, showcase its latest video titles and e-learning library and launch a new cloud-based learning management system at Learning Technologies 2015 (28-29 January, Olympia 2). Visitors to stand 124 can win the chance to have their own bespoke bite-sized video made for them. Video…

Silver for Brightwave and UNISON at the 2014 e-Learning Awards

Next-generation learning expert Brightwave is celebrating success after 2014’s exciting eLearning Awards ceremony. Over 550 guests gathered in London’s Mayfair on 6th November to recognise the best of e-learning. Brightwave and UNISON are thrilled to have won a silver award in the “Best e-learning project – third sector” category at this year’s e-Learning Awards. The…

Video Arts extends its e-learning capability with new courses on desktop IT skills

Learning content specialist Video Arts has enhanced its library of soft skills and behavioural e-learning resources with 49 new e-learning courses covering desktop IT skills. The new courses enable organisations to cost effectively train employees at all levels in Microsoft Office desktop applications including Access, Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and MS Project. Each course provides…

Door closes on classroom training, as workers demand a more hands-on approach

Learning through doing has overtaken a classroom-style approach as the top way to learn, according to a Skillsoft survey of learning styles of 1,000 UK office workers. Figures released to coincide with this year’s Adult Learners’ Week (18-24 May) and Learning at Work Day (23 May) found that nearly one third (33 per cent) of…

Carillion, a leading integrated support services company, has introduced 53 eLearning courses from interactive training specialist Engage in Learning, to equip 9,000 of its UK staff with the soft skills and personal development they need to do their jobs. Covering communication skills, personal effectiveness, influencing, leadership and teamwork, coaching, customer service and managing high performance,…

UK businesses are yet to realise the full potential of modern technology to develop their workforce

CIPD/Cornerstone OnDemand Learning and Talent Development Survey 2013 reveals that organisations are not making the most of e-learning methods Three-quarters (74%) of organisations currently use e-learning, but only 15% report that it is one of the most effective learning practices available to them. This gap will need to be closed if UK businesses are to…

UK businesses are yet to realise potential of e-learning

According to the latest CIPD/Cornerstone OnDemand Learning and Talent Development survey 2013, 74% of organisations currently use e-learning, but only 15% report that it is one of the most effective learning practices available to them. The survey, which tracks changes in workplace learning and development practices, suggests that this gap needs to be closed if…

Animated video could solve requirements for mobile e-learning in 2013

HR professionals report current e-learning methods are not sufficient for mobile, inhibiting plans for development Almost two thirds (61 per cent) of HR and Learning and Development (L&D) professionals feel more mobile tools are needed to help meet new demands such as social learning and deployment across multiple territories, according to new findings released today.…

ILM adds greater flexibility to the delivery of  key qualification with Video Arts e-learning

The Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) has created a more flexible study option on its flagship Level 3 Leadership and Management qualification by incorporating four e-learning courses from Video Arts. Aimed at new first-line and aspiring managers, ILM’s Level 3 Award and Certificate in Leadership and Management allows Centres to tailor-make their learner’s qualification…

Video Arts e-learning resources help Friends Life to enhance soft skills

Video Arts, the learning content specialist, is providing 14 e-learning courses to Friends Life, a leading provider of pensions, investments and insurance. The 14 courses cover leadership, management, customer service, communication, managing change and project management. They will be used as part of a new online learning library which Friends Life has created to improve…

TIS support to help large organisations turbo-boost their in-house e-learning capabilities

Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a pioneer and global leader in customised learning solutions, today announced that it is increasing its support to in-house e-learning development teams as a result of demand for online learning. TIS also reveals three steps organisations can take to “turbo-boost” the capacity and capabilities of their in-house e-learning development teams. According…

Video Arts creates bespoke e-learning for the British Council

Video Arts has created a bespoke e-learning course to help the British Council provide more consistent training for the 12,000 exam invigilators it employs in 110 countries. The British Council administers more than two million exams for UK qualifications each year, including English language exams, international GCSEs and A-levels as well as higher education and…