Integrating work and online learning

I recently attended the annual conference for the Australian Institute of Training and Development. At the conference, Charles Jennings spoke about a learning framework, 70:20:10, that recognised the significance of structured informal learning. He also stated that there is less incentive to take people away from work and put them in a classroom. Roger Collins […]

We want eLearning – now what? Part 3 – The applications

This is the third of a six part series on how to implement eLearning. When you have a picture of your organisation’s requirements, it’s time to get to know the eLearning technology. You need to know something about the applications and their cost before you can establish the business case. The important thing to always […]

Control

ELearning Provides Control

A large organisation was installing a new piece of electronic equipment in 14 locations across the country. The equipment would be used by about 800 employees. They all needed to receive the training when the equipment was installed. It was identified that supervisors could play a role in the training but there was concern that […]