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Complimentary eLearning to support Learning at Work Day
The Corporate eLearning Consortium is offering organisations complimentary access to its entire suite of eLearning to support Learning at Work Day on 17 May, and encourage the development of essential skills within British business.
The wide range of courses on offer includes desktop IT skills, management development and soft skills such as communication, so it’s a great opportunity for companies to offer eLearning to their entire organisations.
According to Towards Maturity, the independent learning technologies benchmarking research organisation, half of the top performing companies in its study say their learners believe relevant eLearning helps further their careers*.
Towards Maturity also says that top performing organisations use learning technologies to help deliver improvements in their agility – their ability to change their products and processes – which delivers a direct benefit to their business bottom line.
The offer of complimentary eLearning for the week beginning 14 May gives organisations the opportunity to experience the benefits of eLearning for themselves.
Martin Baker, MD of The Corporate eLearning Consortium commented: “It’s been a tough time for British business, and learning and development budgets have never been tighter. So I’m proud to be supporting Learning at Work Day by throwing open our entire eLearning suite to organisations for a week.
“Using eLearning as part of a sensible blended approach to L&D not only saves organisations time and money, “ he added “Research shows that by enhancing the essential skills of their staff businesses can boost their overall agility and therefore profitability as well.”
Organisations interested in free access to the Consortium's eLearning suite for Adult Learners’ Week can register online at http://www.corporateelearningconsortium.com/
*Towards Maturity’s 2011-2012 benchmark report Boosting Business Agility reveals how learning technologies is supporting careers: of the top performing companies taking part in its research, 56% report that they support career progression, whilst 49% say their learners consider eLearning to be good for their careers.
The Corporate eLearning Consortium is a membership organisation, offering a unique opportunity for businesses to access cost effective eLearning whilst networking with others with similar goals.
Share: Exchanging ideas knowledge and best practice is priceless – being part of our community gives organisations the opportunity to work together towards L&D success.
Save: Both time and money, by developing staff in the most cost effective, efficient way possible – our comprehensive eLearning suite offers flexible learning, to help plug skills gaps.
Page Updated Last on: Apr 30, 2012