Top Tips - Guide on e-Learning and Training Translation

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Top Tips - Guide on e-Learning and Training Translation
There are many opportunities to engage with global audiences by providing eLearning and training materials in multiple languages.

We have compiled a short guide sharing the essential steps needed to ensure a smooth eLearning translation and localisation process.

Get started today by downloading this 10 step guide.
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The key to successful e-learning materials? Engagement

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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.
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Best practice for translating e-learning content

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Best practice for translating e-learning content
How can you get accuracy, consistency and reduce costs with your e-learning translations? Find out in this blog post that shares best practices for localising and translating L&D material.
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Engaging with a global workforce – what to consider when translating e-learning content

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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?
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GDPR: the importance of communicating new procedures clearly with your global workforce

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GDPR: the importance of communicating new procedures clearly with your global workforce
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.
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GDPR compliance training should be engaging, effective…and fun!

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GDPR compliance training should be engaging, effective…and fun!
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.
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How to turn the staff training to contribute in the goals of an organization? - eLearning

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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.
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Underperformance is Not the Employee’s Fault – It’s Yours

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Underperformance is Not the Employee’s Fault – It’s Yours
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.
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