Brexit has brought a lot of uncertainly, particularly for organisations which rely on migrant workers. With 1 in 4 organisations saying they have EU national workers considering leaving this year and the Office for National Statistics showing that EU nationals are arriving in smaller numbers than in the past, there could be a serious problem of demand for workers outstripping supply. Organisations with large numbers of non-UK staff should be thinking about their future workforce now. Investing in structured skills development delivers wide-reaching benefits for both organisations and employees and will help them compete in an increasingly difficult job market.
Understanding your assessment costs and the impact of moving to online assessment is key to building a business case for change and having this awareness also helps monitor and benchmark your current cost performance. Find out more about the potential savings that can be made by switching to eAssessment.
Helping organisations manage disruptive change by developing solutions that fit their strategy, work with existing technologies and support the adoption of these solutions to ensure an effective learning ecosystem.
eCom’s Annual Conference 2017 was held on the 15th March, in Edinburgh. The theme for the day was innovation in workforce skills development. Delegates from a wide range of public and private sector organisations listened to Government and Industry speakers share their vision for skills development and discuss innovative initiatives that are making an impact.
Shona Smart, Learning Technologies Consultant with eCom, presented a seminar at Learning Technologies called: ‘Accessible Learning – Much More Than Design Standards’. Watch this video, which is an extract from her seminar, and hear Shona highlight the key questions to help develop truly accessible learning.