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CIPD accredits Unconscious Bias e-learning courses from Engage in Learning

Two e-learning courses from Engage in Learning covering unconscious bias have been accredited by the CIPD - the only body in the world that can award Chartered status to individual HR and L&D professionals.   In officially accrediting the Engage in Learning courses – ‘Unconscious Bias’ and ‘Unconscious Bias for Managers’ – the CIPD confirmed [...]

Degreed is Bringing Europe a New Language: Skills

  In 2016, Degreed acquired Gibbon, a pioneer in developing software to curate and share learning resources from across the internet. Based outside Amsterdam, in The Netherlands, it was Degreed’s first big step expanding into Europe. But that was only the beginning.   Almost three years into Degreed’s European expansion, Gibbon has blossomed into a fast-growing [...]

Engage in Learning tackles ‘thorny’ HR issues at Learning Technologies

‘Thorny’ HR issues, such as bias and bullying, can be tackled effectively using e-learning materials according to Chris Horseman, CEO of the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning.   He will be explaining how and why this is the case in a seminar for visitors to this year’s Learning Technologies exhibition – being held, on 13th [...]

Engage in Learning wins the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, has won the Feefo Gold Service award. This award is an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.   Created by Feefo, ‘Trusted Service’ is awarded only to those businesses that use Feefo to collect genuine reviews and insights. Businesses [...]

Engage in Learning shows flagship programmes at Learning Technologies

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, is putting its new state-of-the-art e-learning programmes on show at its stand at the Learning Technologies exhibition, scheduled for ExCel London, on 13th and 14th February.   These flagship programmes include – in the Compliance category - the Criminal Finances Act and two programmes on Unconscious Bias. However, Engage [...]

EQUS launches to prevent spreadsheet mistakes and misinterpretations

While the use - and significance - of spreadsheets is growing, mistakes over their construction and interpretation are proving costly to industry on an almost daily basis.   According to a recent report from Salesforce, the customer relationship management (CRM) specialists, some 88% of spreadsheets contain errors. These are costing organisations billions of dollars due [...]

Corruption, Money Laundering and Tax Evasion Focus from Engage in Learning

A new programme from the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, examines the impact on organisations of Part Three of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 - and the Act’s implications for employees.   Anyone working in, or for, UK organisations is affected by this legislation. The Act, which targets corruption, money laundering and tax evasion, aims [...]

Six predictions for learning and development in 2019

The annual look by Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance (www.ftiecla.com) at what’s going to be hot in learning and development (L&D) in the year ahead focuses, perhaps inevitably, on the continuing impact of all things digital.   The difference we’ve been seeing over the last 12 months is the maturing of [...]

Engage in Learning offers ten predictions for e-learning in 2019

Engage in Learning, the e-learning supplier, has followed the well-honoured tradition of offering ten predictions for the e-learning sector in 2019.   Published and amplified on the company’s website, the predictions are: The key ‘elephant in the room’ issue, from a UK- and EU-perspective, is Brexit – and the positive and/or negative effects it will [...]

Book Review: The Expertise Economy

The Expertise Economy Authors: Kelly Palmer & David Blake Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing ISBN: 978-1-473-67700-5   Subtitled, ‘How the smartest companies use learning to engage, compete, and succeed’, Kelly Palmer’s and David Blake’s book begins with an exploration of how humans really learn.   That’s because the authors make the point that the world of [...]