These days – thanks, in part at least, to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic – people in all sectors of the economy are learning to cope with such concepts as remote work, home office, teleworking, hybrid and flexible work arrangements. Consequently, organisations now need to develop strategies and systems to support this workforce, including […]
The digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland, is offering help to the UK’s 12,000 or so retail pharmacies – in particular, to help meet pharmacists’ need for education and training on digital technologies.
“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.”
In the light of growing demand for its products and services – taking its current turnover beyond pre-pandemic levels – the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland is continuing growing its investment in skilled digital skills professionals.
The value of using virtual reality in learning how to decommission energy installations – notably in the oil and gas industry – efficiently, effectively and above all, safely, is being further emphasised in a presentation on 20th May to delegates at Decom Week 2021.
‘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.
When it comes to corporate learning and development, never has the need for external consultancy services been greater, believes the digital learning and assessment specialist, eCom Scotland.
Over the last year – faced with Covid-19 and Brexit among other issues – people have become a lot clearer about what matters to them and, therefore, their priorities in work and life. Lockdown has given people time to re-evaluate their lives and reassess their priorities.
Digital learning and assessment specialists, eCom, have launched a virtual reality (VR) authoring tool specifically designed for use in learning and assessment. Called eNetReality™, the tool has been successfully tested in the fields of education, construction and medicine – and is continuing to be trialled by a pilot group of organisations in the academic, charity and public sectors.
In the current – Covid-19 pandemic influenced – operating conditions, many traditional approaches to learning and development (L&D), including classroom-delivered courses, have been suspended. Providing alternatives, including curated and self-directed online learning, are taking on a new importance for the sector’s (L&D) professionals.