In any eLearning module, you want to make the content as engaging as possible. That way it will motivate your learners and gain better retention and workplace application levels. As eLearning developers we need to continuously reviewing our eLearning modules if we want to maintain and improve engagement.Read More
Recent Posts & Articles
Kerry Pascall Closing skills gaps through spaced digital learning
Despite delivering great learning solutions and receiving excellent feedback from their learners, many L&D departments simply aren’t closing the skills gaps as effectively or as efficiently as they would expect. So, how to we overcome this? It could be as simple reinforcing through spaced digital learning.Read More
Teresa Lovell 6 marketing secrets for engaging your learners
Are you struggling with low learner engagement despite designing and delivering fantastic learning solutions? In our short video, we share a 6-step process developed alongside expert marketers designed to help us in L&D think more like a marketer and create a ‘pull’ learning culture.Read More
Lauren Dennish A guide to marketing like an L&D champion
We’re really excited to announce our brand-new interactive tool, designed to help learning professionals apply marketing techniques and approaches to solve low learner engagement. Our tool is fully interactive, so you will have the opportunity to answer questions and apply each marketing tip and technique to your organisation instantly. Find out more.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Prioritising soft skills – isn’t it about time?
It’s likely you are already starting to notice a shift in demand for soft skills training in your organisation. And we think it’s about time. Organisations able to perform in areas such as communication, collaboration and emotional intelligence are likely to experience two times the growth, profitability and success compared with organisations lacking in those areas.Read More
Lauren Dennish Five reasons to add social media to your blended learning
Social media can play a pivotal role in a successful blended learning solution. It’s proven that social media can increase employee participation in learning, especially if programmes have a significant element of self-directed learning.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Technology and soft skills – the real business impact
At the same time as research is released on the future demand for soft skills, research on the millennial generation’s lack of soft skills is being published. So, we’re anticipating a much larger soft skills gap in the workforce than originally expected. It’s suggested that the reason millennials are developing fewer soft skills compared with previous generations, is technology.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Establishing the need for management development
I’m a strong advocate for providing new managers with all the help they can get. All too often new managers are left to figure things out for themselves. This can lead to them and their team struggling to perform efficiently. And it’s not just new managers that might need some management development…Read More
Lauren Dennish Top 20 success for second year running!
We are thrilled to announce that, for the second year running, we have been named as one of the Top 20 Training Delivery Companies by Training Industry. The inaugural list was released as part of Training Industry's mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.Read More
Stephanie Morgan Are you neglecting experiential learning?
Certain aspects of experiential learning tend to be labelled as old-fashioned, perhaps because it’s not as accessible, fast paced, or as ‘on-the-go’ as it’s digital counterpart. Despite this, experiential learning has some really fantastic benefits that shouldn’t be ignored.Read More