eCom Scotland is delighted to secure a grant from Ufi Charitable Trust to fund innovative virtual reality (VR) research. The “Digging into the Past” project will develop an immersive learning and assessment experience to support an education programme run by an environmental charity.
Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES) is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company which works to create an entrepreneurial environment where women-led businesses can flourish. In our latest blog, our MD, Wendy Edie, shares her why.
When you’re being asked to do more with less, it’s important to provide your people with the skills and knowledge they need in a cost-effective way. eLearning is frequently used to achieve this and many organisations are thinking about replacing their Learning Management System (LMS) because it no longer meets their needs. So how does your LMS measure up?
eCom were delighted to host a round table discussion ‘Building a workforce for the future’ supported by the Bank of England’s Agent for Scotland, William Dowson at our HQ recently.
RNIB Scotland's Looking to the Future transitions project helps blind and partially sighted people make the move from school to college, university, training or work. eCom is delighted to have helped develop this course. Read more >