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How to be a champion training broker

Published by Alana Hopkins

So, as a company, you’ve made the decision to start offering not only your own training to client companies, but also to start brokering training courses from other suppliers as well. This is going to present benefits to your business, but it will also present challenges. As with all things,…

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    How to be a champion training broker

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    So, as a company, you’ve made the decision to start offering not only your own training to client companies, but also to start brokering training courses from other suppliers as well. This is going to present benefits to your business, but it will also present challenges. As with all things,…

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    Webinar : Making apprenticeships work for you

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Has your organisation been affected by the Apprenticeship Levy? Are you an employer, aiming to provide the most effective and efficient apprenticeships? Talking to our clients, we’ve heard that the top 3 concerns so far are: MULTIPLE LEARNING PATHWAYS and how to manage them ENGAGING apprentices and getting them on…

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    Webinar: Instructor Scheduling Made Easy

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    This Webinar has now passed. To receive a recording please contact enquiries@enterprisestudy.com We’ll be discussing effective ways to manage your instructors’ and trainers’ diaries, including: INSTRUCTORS’ DIARIES and how to manage them MANAGING MULTIPLE INSTRUCTORS on the same event DOUBLE BOOKING and how to avoid it EQUIPMENT RESOURCES and how…

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    The importance of effective reporting

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    In every professional context, analysis and reporting on effectiveness, investment, activity and results is paramount. Providing evidence of a plan, followed by details of implementation, steps taken, and results across every area of activity is an expectation. Should reports be difficult / fiddly / boring? Reporting can be such a…

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    Outstanding CQC results

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    We’ve been delighted to congratulate two of our clients (St. Luke’s, Plymouth and Heart of Kent Hospice) on their CQC inspections – and the resulting ‘outstanding’ ratings each organisation was awarded. The CQC inspection is centred around five key areas: safety, effectiveness, care, responsiveness, and whether an organisation is well led….

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    How to: Achieve 100% compliance in your organisation

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Guaranteeing 100% compliance is challenging, difficult even, but not impossible. This blog will consider some key issues around improving your compliance. Does your organisation, or the industry or sector you work within, demand high levels of compliance from multiple layers of staff? Are you monitored on compliance levels? Are you…

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    New Brochure

    Published by Shona Fletcher

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    Part 2: An Alternative Method for System E-Learning Development

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Blog By Simon Humby, System e-Learning Developer In my last blog I spoke about HPSDMB. If you have no idea what that means you can read or re-read part 1 by clicking here. To recap part 1. Content Developers don’t need to become SMEs. The organisation already has SMEs so…

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    Managed Learning Services – a new string to your bow?

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Managed Learning Services – the conversation We’ve been talking about Managed Learning Services a lot lately at Enterprise Study. To us, they represent a solid opportunity for our clients to develop and expand their offering, and for us to support them in their objectives to do that. What’s the deal…

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    An alternative method for developing system training e-learning modules

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Simon Humby is an eLearning designer and an expert in his field.  Simon shared with Enterprise Study an alternative method, with greater success than the norm, for developing elearning for IT and system projects. Working on so many eLearning projects over the years has led me to develop a workflow…

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