After publishing what it believed would be eight ‘Key Learning and Development (L&D) Trends’ in 2022, the provider of online training and assessment, eCom Scotland, has carried out further market research among its clients to gauge the accuracy of its predictions. Wendy Edie, eCom’s Managing Director, explained, “Towards the end of last year we identified […]
The internationally-known provider of online training and assessment, eCom Scotland, is helping organisations future-proof their learning and assessment strategies. It has been encouraged to take this step by the growing focus on combatting climate change and the workplace becoming carbon neutral – fostered by the COP26 climate change conference held in Glasgow towards the end […]
Eight key trends will dominate the learning and development (L&D) sector in 2022. These trends have been identified from market research undertaken by eCom Scotland, a leading provider of online training and assessment and which, over the last 25 years, has been building an enviable worldwide reputation for its solutions’ quality and reliability. Putting these […]
Using eLearning materials developed by the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, the British Council is providing appealing, engaging and contextually appropriate learning experiences helping 13-to-19-year-old girls improve their digital skills and English language proficiency.
eCom Scotland is used to working with organisations in far-flung, often exotic parts of the world – including the far-from remote but no-less-exotic Bahamas.
Products from the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, are now being used in 190 countries around the world. So, the search is on to add, as eCom customers, those few countries where eCom’s eNetSuite of products are not in use.
When NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) and Photonet, the National Managed Clinical Network for Phototherapy in Scotland, wanted to re-design an interactive resource to develop the range of knowledge, skills and behaviours which promote safe and effective work with patients in Phototherapy settings, they turned to the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland.
“With … support from these online learning materials, Scotland’s healthcare could be well placed to meet its current and future challenges efficiently and cost-effectively.”
‘Advancing Observational Assessment and Evaluation in the Workforce’ was the subject of learning technologies specialist Emma Dickson’s presentation to the international seminar, ‘Assessment Challenges of Our New Decade’, organised by Beyond Multiple Choice (BMC) and held on 21st April.