What's driving organisational learning today? From talking to clients and connections made at @LT18uk, Susan Lankfer thinks it's 'engagement'. What do you think? Read her blog on the Learning Technologies event, and what engagement means to e-learning providers, suppliers, and learners.
Does your company have international workforce with varied training needs? E-learning translation is not just about translating text word for word. It’s also about localisation, making sure all your translated e-learning content is relevant and engaging for employees in different regions. So what's required for your next e-learning translation project?
Does your global workforce understand the importance of GDPR and the consequences of non-compliance? In this blog post Susan Lankfer from comtec Translations explores how to communicate this message clearly with fully localised e-learning modules, ensuring that everyone understands what their responsibilities are and how to be compliant.
Compliance training should be engaging and fun to be effective. In this post we share some of the resources our e-learning clients have produced to help you communicate key messages around GDPR to your employees.
Every business will have their own goals to achieve and they make every possible effort to accomplish these goals effectively and efficiently. A very common goal that we find in most of the product/ service based companies is, providing an effective on-job training to up skill the staff. The best approach to meet the training goal is to establish direct connection between business goals and training.
Organizations often blame employees and hold them responsible for underperformance. While there may be a little truth to this, in reality- the organization is just as much, if not more at fault. Read on to find out more.