A four-day online event on how to use learning technologies to innovate, integrate and inspire in the workplace has brought together over 250 delegates and 25 learning experts.
Consumer confidence has fallen sharply in the wake of the Brexit vote, while the construction industry is also suffering, new research suggests.
Only 5 per cent of 4-12 year old children would drop science or Design & Technology at school
The appeal launched by the Suzy Lamplugh aims to raise awareness of personal safety particularly in the workplace.
Leading UK bank Barclays has achieved 98 per cent in Business Disability Forum's world-renown Disability Standard – the highest ever score awarded to any...
Almost one in three employees have experienced mental health issues, according to new research.
95 per cent of L&D practitioners in a new survey see virtual reality as the way to enhance their practice
Nine out of 10 organisations plan to use virtual reality for L&D, shows new research findings
Phil Foster shares his thoughts on the future of solar power and what this may mean for small businesses.2
Alzheimer’s Society is urging families across the country to spend time together tackling the biggest health issue of our time, by joining your local Memory Walk to raise money for a world without dementia – as it’s revealed families spend dwindling time together.
Sarah Cook and Steve Macaulay offer some advice on getting closer to the customer. Part two customer insights and involving teams in solutions.
Managed learning offers an important lesson for L&D: don’t replace your LMS, add a new user interface, says Joanne Casson of Hemsley Fraser.
In the first of a regular quarterly blog for TJ Vlatka Hlupic explores the importance of a leader’s outlook on business success.
Some time ago, Leonora, at least she thinks that’s her name, fell asleep. In her dreams, she’s not even sure why she fell asleep, but she did. It just happened.
And she keeps dreaming…
29 July 2016
In an ever-...
28 July 2016
While great strides have been made towards focusing on workplace health and well-being in recent years, research has shown that there is a worrying...
Jerrett Fowler has designed a server system that automatically scales up when numbers of learners peaks, and then disappears into the ether when learners do! He tells Susie Finch about his journey into previously unchartered new technologies.
The future of how learning is delivered in the workplace includes Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Jo Cook speaks to Craig Taylor, Solutions Architect at HT2, to find out more.
The APS Conference this year, on the 7th and 8th June was about a new era of differentiation
Last summer Jo Cook attended and spoke at the Learnfest summer L&D conference in Lake Windermere. Here's her video looking back on a great event