eCom were delighted to join Scottish Waterways Trust at the launch of canal college® on the 10th of April on the Caledonian Canal in Inverness. canal college® is a 14-week programme for young volunteers to develop practical heritage and environment skills and gain qualifications and certificates to enhance their prospects.
eCom Scotland are enabling forward-thinking employers to create skills systems that prepare and reskill their people for the world of work of 2030.
Since physical activity has been shown to have long-term mental health benefits, SAMH have commissioned eCom to develop Mental Health Awareness training for physical activity staff and volunteers. This will enable them to provide appropriate support to those experiencing mental health challenges.
Discuss your business objectives for the year ahead and find out more about how we can help you achieve these at Learning Technologies 2017. Also register for our presentation at the event on accessible learning and arrange a meeting with a member of the team.
eCom Scotland have recently completed an eLearning project for Shelter Scotland on the housing and homelessness rights of EEA (European Economic Area) nationals.