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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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    Meet the Enterprise Study Team

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Are the members of the Enterprise Study Team a mystery to the outside world?! We sometimes wonder if the development team might be, especially as they work so hard behind the scenes – so we’ve been introducing the team members in our newsletters. This month, in our Meet the Enterprise…

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    Supporting Business Process Outsourcing

    Published by Shona Fletcher

    Enterprise Study is highly experienced in supporting Business Process Outsourcing providers. From Sopra Steria and SSCL, NHS SBS, Capita Wider Public Sector Contract to numerous Outsource Learning services provided by QA, Mentor and Quanta the Enterprise Study software suite is the infrastructure trusted by customers to drive out inefficiencies and…

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    Using Managed Learning Services to add value

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Managed Learning Services are great for maximising value for clients. Our cloud based solution will help you offer sophisticated managed learning services to your customers… As managed learning services (MLS) continue to gain popularity, you may have considered using software as a way to build on what you are currently offering…

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    Are your health and safety processes robust enough?

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    The 2015/16 HSE reports showed a number of interesting statistics around health and safety… The number of people who have died, sustained an injury, or experienced illness at work are high – click the infographic below to see more detail. In addition to this already distressing number, the costs to…

  • Infographic exploring dos and don'ts for Enterprise Study system use.

    Enterprise System Use Dos and Don’ts – infographic

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Our new infographic considers ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ of system use and comes from the Support Team at Enterprise Study . It can be easy in a daily routine of using the Learning Management or Training Administration systems to forget that there’s so much additional functionality that you could be tapping…

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    Enterprise Study – Meet the Team

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Do you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at Enterprise Study? About who it is creating new functions in the system, customising existing functions, making sure everything runs smoothly, fixing issues, making the tea, answering the phone, bringing in the biscuits, dealing with client care, managing implementation, or…

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    Healthcare learning and development challenges

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Managing a learning and development department in a healthcare context, be it NHS or private healthcare, comes with its own set of particular challenges. Whether challenges relate to budget and cost savings, staff engagement with learning and training, resource management, or access to learning, they are all often running in…

  • Infographic about tips for LMS (learning management system) selection.

    LMS (Learning Management System) Selection – top tips

    Published by Alana Hopkins

    Are you considering implementing a LMS, or Learning Management System? Are you thinking about ways that it could help streamline your staff learning and development, contractor compliance, and metrics or ROI reporting? Are you looking for easier, smarter ways to manage regulatory compliance for skills and training? Or ways to improve…