Community ConversationsIs anyone doing any work around DBS learning in regards to the single certificate? Read More
Posted by Hannah McCracken (1 posts )We wanted to wish every one of our one million learners a very happy National Learning at Work Day... Read More
Posted by Lisa McGonigle (1 posts )We managed to bag another big hitting speaker for Learning Pool Live South on 23 October. As... Read More
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This week Paul had the pleasure of talking collaboration over breakfast with the Lord Mayor of the... Read More
The Cabinet Office has recently ordered Government departments to buy IT products and services... Read More
As the first employee recruited into Learning Pool's Rising Star Programme, Stephen reports on his... Read More
Tag: e-learning strategy
At Learning Pool, we’ve been involved in a few projects in recent months with prospective customers who wanted to buy ‘just a learning management system’. Paul McElvaney writes about why he thinks that buying a learning management system is such as bad idea.
As the number one e-learning provider to the public sector Learning Pool has collected lots of ideas and best practice on how to engage and communicate with your e-learners. This first of three blog posts looks at eight ideas on how to capture the attention of your learners and stakeholders prior to implementation. Phase One: Pre-elearning implementation 1. Engage with the Communications department to produce posters and leaflet relating to e-learning launch – give a brand/logo to e-learning and use on all future materials. 2. Deliver general e-learning presentation to Senior Management team, displaying benefits of e-learning and linkages to overall L&D strategy and possible efficiency savings.