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Press Releases from Engage in Learning (33 total)

Engage in Learning launches an e-learning course on Competition Law

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning has added a course on competition law to its portfolio of e-learning courses. Competition law - otherwise known as antitrust law in the United States of America and anti-monopoly law in China and Russia - promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating companies’ anti-competitive conduct. Chris Horseman, Engage in Learning (EIL)’s Managing Director, commented, “Competition law aims to keep the keep businesses honest

Engage in Learning produces US English GDPR e-learning course for non-EU firms

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning has produced a version of its successful General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) course that is intended for all USA-based organisations that deal with European data. “Like the UK version of these e-learning materials, the course is highly interactive with easy-to-use bite-sized modules,” said Engage in Learning’s Marketing Manager, Kate Carter. “Learner engagement is kept high through the course’s quizzes and virtual scenarios. These scenarios include

GDPR Essentials e-learning course launched by Engage in Learning

To coincide with the first anniversary of the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, has released a new GDPR Essentials e-learning course. Since 25th May 2018, Europe has been covered by GDPR - the world's strongest data protection rules. These rules aim to modernise laws that protect individuals’ personal information. In particular, GDPR affects how businesses and public sector organisations can handle their

Second set of ‘Pathway’ e-learning courses approval for Engage in Learning

Having gained CPD Certification Service approval for its Leadership Pathway series of e-learning courses, Engage in Learning has now seen the CPD Certification Service approve its series of coaching-related e-learning courses. Each of the four courses that comprise the Engage in Learning Coaching Pathway takes between 20 and 40 minutes to complete. This enables learners to complete the whole Pathway in some two and a half hours. Chris Horseman, Engage in Learning’s

Engage in Learning makes an appearance at CIPD’s Festival of Work

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, will be dispensing its experience and expertise at the Festival of Work. This CIPD-organised conference and exhibition takes place in London’s Olympia on 12th and 13th June. The event – a combination of three previous events – sees some 160 speakers provide insights on HR and learning and development (L&D) related topics via three conferences, comprising more than 50 conference sessions, split into three streams.

The CPD Certification Service approves Engage in Learning’s Leadership Pathway

The Leadership Pathway, a programme of five e-learning courses from the e-learning supplier Engage in Learning, has won approval from The CPD Certification Service. The courses, each of which takes between 20 and 40 minutes to complete – amounting to completing the whole Pathway in some two and a half hours – focus on building a solid foundation for leadership. Chris Horseman, Engage in Learning’s Managing Director, explained, “The leap from team

Engage in Learning launches a Discipline and Grievance e-learning course

‘Discipline and Grievance’ is the latest course addition to e-learning supplier Engage in Learning’s ‘legal compliance’ series. In four sections, plus a ‘Summary and Next Steps’ section as well as a post-course test, the e-learning materials cover: • An Introduction – exploring the definitions of, and difference between, ‘disciplinary’ (incorporating such issues as timekeeping, performance, absence and behaviour) and ‘grievance’ (including issues such as discrimination, bullying & harassment, work terms & conditions) scenarios.

The CIPD accredits a further two Engage in Learning e-learning courses

The only body in the world that’s able to award Chartered status to individual HR and L&D professionals - the CIPD - has accredited a further two e-learning courses from Engage in Learning. Hot on the heels of the CIPD accrediting Engage in Learning’s ‘Unconscious Bias’ and ‘Unconscious Bias for Managers’ courses, confirming that their learning value and structure conforms to continuous professional development (CPD) guidelines, comes news that the CIPD

Engage in Learning launches an e-learning course on bullying and harassment

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, has launched a new course focusing on identifying, and then taking steps to prevent, bullying and harassment in the workplace. Chris Horseman, Engage in Learning’s Managing Director, explained, “Bullying and harassment can have an extremely serious impact on the individual involved. Moreover, it can spread and create a toxic working environment – leading to low performance and productivity; high degrees of worker illness and absence;

CIPD accredits Unconscious Bias e-learning courses from Engage in Learning

Two e-learning courses from Engage in Learning covering unconscious bias have been accredited by the CIPD - the only body in the world that can award Chartered status to individual HR and L&D professionals. In officially accrediting the Engage in Learning courses – ‘Unconscious Bias’ and ‘Unconscious Bias for Managers’ – the CIPD confirmed that their learning value and structure conforms to CPD guidelines. Moreover, the courses’ assessor, from the CIPD,

Engage in Learning tackles ‘thorny’ HR issues at Learning Technologies

‘Thorny’ HR issues, such as bias and bullying, can be tackled effectively using e-learning materials according to Chris Horseman, CEO of the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning. He will be explaining how and why this is the case in a seminar for visitors to this year’s Learning Technologies exhibition – being held, on 13th and 14th February, for the first time at ExCel, in London’s Docklands. The seminar takes place In

Engage in Learning wins the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, has won the Feefo Gold Service award. This award is an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers. Created by Feefo, ‘Trusted Service’ is awarded only to those businesses that use Feefo to collect genuine reviews and insights. Businesses that meet the high standard, based on the number of reviews they have collected, and their average

Engage in Learning shows flagship programmes at Learning Technologies

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, is putting its new state-of-the-art e-learning programmes on show at its stand at the Learning Technologies exhibition, scheduled for ExCel London, on 13th and 14th February. These flagship programmes include – in the Compliance category - the Criminal Finances Act and two programmes on Unconscious Bias. However, Engage in Learning has over 100 separate e-learning programmes available, in the categories of compliance, health & safety,

Corruption, Money Laundering and Tax Evasion Focus from Engage in Learning

A new programme from the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, examines the impact on organisations of Part Three of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 - and the Act’s implications for employees. Anyone working in, or for, UK organisations is affected by this legislation. The Act, which targets corruption, money laundering and tax evasion, aims to recoup criminal assets and is part of the UK Government’s strategic approach to reducing financial crime. From

Engage in Learning offers ten predictions for e-learning in 2019

Engage in Learning, the e-learning supplier, has followed the well-honoured tradition of offering ten predictions for the e-learning sector in 2019. Published and amplified on the company’s website, the predictions are: 1. The key ‘elephant in the room’ issue, from a UK- and EU-perspective, is Brexit – and the positive and/or negative effects it will have on learning and development (L&D) activities. 2. There will be lots of investment money looking for a

Engage in Learning adds to its Unconscious Bias course portfolio

The increasingly well-known e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, has announced that, in January, it will be releasing a new course on unconscious bias. While Engage in Learning’s existing programme on unconscious bias is intended for managers, the new course is focused on helping all levels of staff to identify unconscious bias – and take steps of overcome it. Kate Carter, Engage in Learning’s Operations and Marketing Manager, commented, “Unconscious biases are the

Engage in Learning helps Public Bodies to comply with Equality and Diversity dut …

To help all UK public bodies comply with the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED), the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, has released a new course. The course – ‘Equality and Diversity in the Public Sector’ - offers a common-sense approach to how equality and diversity apply in everyday working life. It emphasises that behaviours that support equality and promote inclusion to underpin successful performance. By law, all UK public bodies, such as

Engage in Learning event highlights Unconscious Bias

Everyone exhibits unconscious bias from time to time – and, unchecked in a work context, this leads to a less diverse workforce, with possible adverse effects on organisational performance. In a bid to help reduce the adverse effects of this phenomenon, the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, is organising a webinar to ‘Identify and Challenge Unconscious Bias’. “If unconscious bias operates in a work context, talented workers can easily be overlooked and

Engage in Learning launches Suspicious Packages e-learning course

The recent spate of suspicious packages sent to prominent politicians, businesspeople and celebrities in the USA, along with similar incidents elsewhere including the UK, has prompted the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, to release a new e-learning course about dealing with Suspicious Packages. Kate Carter, Engage in Learning’s Operations and Marketing Manager, explained, “It’s more than likely that an unattended bag or package is harmless but you can never merely assume

Article Suggests Ten Tips for Preventing Unconscious Bias at Work

The latest article to be published on e-learning supplier Engage in Learning’s website, deals with unconscious bias – and suggests ten tips to help reduce its effects. Written by the internationally-known writer and commentator on corporate online learning, Bob Little, the article begins with a rare personal glimpse that provides an example of unconscious bias. “One day, when I was a boy, my father explained to us - without any animosity and

Engage in Learning highlights Leadership Fundamentals

An article on e-learning supplier Engage in Learning’s website argues that successful leaders are ‘business chameleons’. In other words, says the article, they should be able to take on the role of directors, facilitators or motivators depending on the particular challenges that they are facing at the time. Acknowledging that every leader has a natural style of leadership, the article’s author, Kate Carter, says that the key to being able to

Engage in Learning focuses on Leadership and Problem Solving

The e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning has turned its attention to leadership and problem solving. In its most recently published article – commissioned from the internationally known writer on business-related learning and development issues, Bob Little - Engage in Learning examines problem-solving techniques that can prove effective, notably with regard to three key issues for leaders: change, teambuilding and communication. “Today’s rapid pace of change means that organisations are altering their strategies,

Engage in Learning reveals new programmes at World of Learning Event

At this year’s World of Learning event, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham on 16th and 17th October, the e-learning supplier, Engage in Learning, will be demonstrating its growing range of e-learning materials. Among the new additions to Engage in Learning’s portfolio are: • Right to Work – which contains essential learning input for anyone who makes hiring decisions. • Suspicious Packages – suitable for all frontline staff and those who receive mail. • Criminal Finances

Engage in Learning blog says what to look for in an e-learning supplier

A recent post on the Engage in Learning Blog offers advice – in the shape of ten criteria – on what buyers should be looking for in an e-learning supplier. Written by the internationally-known online learning technologies writer and commentator, Bob Little, this new blog post published by the UK-based e-learning producer and supplier says that any e-learning supplier should offer: 1. Up-to-date, relevant, ‘expert’ learning content that meets your organisation’s –

Engage in Learning raises quality issues about e-learning

A recent blog post on e-learning’s ten benefits has seen record numbers of visitors coming to the Engage in Learning website. So, the UK-based e-learning producer and supplier has commissioned a further blog post from the article’s author, Bob Little. This time, Bob Little - an internationally-known writer who writes about, and commentates on, the online learning technologies sector around the world - has written about ten things you need to

Engage in Learning publishes ten benefits of e-learning

Bob Little - an internationally-known writer who writes about, and commentates on, the online learning technologies sector around the world - has written a guest blog post for the e-learning provider, Engage in Learning. The blog post outlines – and amplifies - ten key benefits of e-learning: 1. Faster delivery – Online materials are easier and quicker to disseminate than anything delivered via a classroom. 2. Faster learning results - Unlike learning in a

Engage in Learning becomes a Learning Now TV Channel Partner

Engage in Learning, the provider of a complete solution to meet every e-learning need, has joined a growing band of key organisations in the learning and development (L&D) sector by becoming a channel partner of Learning Now TV. Learning Now TV is a live-streamed internet TV channel which broadcasts inspirational interviews, discussions, along with practical advice and guidance on real-world issues to keep L&D professionals up-to-date in the world of corporate

Engage in Learning Restructures its E-learning Programme Portfolio

Engage in Learning is both broadening and restructuring its popular and already extensive portfolio of online learning materials and resources. “We’re restructuring our course line-up,” said Chris Horseman, Engage in Learning’s Managing Director. “This includes regrouping some of our products as well as taking on some third-party products including Bookboon and Clear Lessons, in addition to the Gopas IT training and ME learning care sector courses that are already included in

Noise Awareness Becomes Engage in Learning’s Latest Health & Safety Programme

Noise Awareness is the latest addition to the Engage in Learning range of health & safety e-learning programmes. Becoming the 21st title in Engage in Learning’s health & safety portfolio – one of six equally well-stocked portfolios from the UK-based firm - the Noise Awareness programme reveals that: • Loud noises account for some 20% of hearing loss in adults, • Over 2m people in the UK are exposed to noise levels that may

Engage in Learning GDPR programme breaks customer and user records

Some 300 UK-based organisations bought - and tens of thousands of individual learners throughout the EU completed – Engage in Learning’s GDPR online learning materials in the run-up to this regulation coming into force on 25th May. According to Chris Horseman, Engage in Learning’s Managing Director, the GDPR programmes – available in various languages – were most popular with organisations in the financial services, IT and retail industries. “Our GDPR programme has

Engage in Learning products prominent at two London exhibitions

The latest in generic online learning programmes, along with a look at an impressive learning management system (LMS), will be on display, in June, at two events in London’s Olympia – courtesy of Engage in Learning. The UK-based supplier of e-learning courses and solutions focusing on helping organisations improve their safety, compliance and performance, will be exhibiting at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum, at Olympia on 12th June. Designed to further

Engage in Learning helps remove Unconscious Bias in dealing with others

To help people make the most appropriate decisions when it comes to working with others – and/or recruiting, promoting and managing them – Engage in Learning has launched a video-based, interactive online learning programme on ‘Unconscious Bias’. Engage in Learning’s Managing Director, Chris Horseman, explained, “To ensure that all workers give of their best in any and every situation, it’s important for their managers and colleagues to be completely – and

Engage in Learning launches learning materials to help prevent card fraud

Some £58bn was spent via credit and debit cards in the UK in April last year - some 6.8 per cent more than was spent in April 2016 - according to the UK’s Office for National Statistics. While this might appear to offer increasing opportunities for card fraud, these opportunities are being minimised by the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) – and by related learning materials, such as