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Webinar: Effectively Managing Your eLearning Project

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Developing eLearning often involves a trinity of tight deadlines, strict budgets and multiple stakeholders. When creating eLearning, and the spotlight is shining fully on content and design, project management can be overlooked, yet good management and governance are key to delivering the best possible outcome.

Shona Smart and Emma Dickson from eCom are hosting an eLearning Network Webinar on Thursday 26th October at 12pm (UK time), Effectively Managing Your Next eLearning Project. In this webinar they will highlight their 10 top tips for effective eLearning project management. Find out more and register for the webinar here

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Competency Management: Is your Organisation Ready?

Posted By: eCom Scotland

If you are considering introducing competency management our latest infographic will help you assess if your organisation is at the right stage of people development to succeed .

Top 10 eLearning Benefits

Posted By: eCom Scotland

When utilised correctly, eLearning can be an extremely beneficial tool for workforce development and internal staff training. Having said that, there are often a lot of elements to consider when implementing a successful eLearning strategy. Here are eCom’s top 10 tips to get you started.

eNetCloud: eCom Have their Head in the Clouds

Posted By: eCom Scotland

eCom Scotland has made a substantial investment in moving to a private cloud to provide the best possible service and security to our client and partners.

CSP Accreditation Sets New Landmark

Posted By: eCom Scotland

The Customer Service Professional Qualifications delivered yet another significant milestone when Laura Graham, Customer Service Officer from North Lanarkshire Council, became the 2000th Employee from the Scottish Public Sector to register as a candidate.



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