Are you considering using e-learning to continue your staff’s education? If so, here are some best practices to improve your content. The post Using E-Learning in Your Professional Development Strategy appeared first on Training.
Month: July 2021
Fun and enjoyment is a great nice-to-have in the workplace, but nothing reigns supreme over respect. The post How Important Is Workplace Fun to Employees? appeared first on Training.
There’s a growing labor shortage in the logistics sector, making it increasingly difficult to recruit and retain employees. The post 7 Tips for Recruiting and Retaining Warehouse Employees appeared first on Training.
The COVID-19 pandemic impacted every aspect of life, with one of the most dramatic shifts being the change in workplace culture. The post Prediction: COVID Disrupts the Employee Handbook appeared first on Training.
In the Hot Seat: James Hudson on creating sustainable change in your organization. The post Building sustainable change through compassionate leadership with James Hudson appeared first on Training.
In the Hot Seat: Lee Cockerell on creating an environment where people want to come to work The post Leadership lessons from Lee Cockerell, Retired Disney EVP appeared first on Training.
Work-from-home policies open the door to larger pools of qualified, diverse candidates, but hiring remotely comes with many challenges. The post Tapping the Remote Workforce appeared first on Training.
The VET Student Loans Ombudsman (VSLO) investigates problems that VSL students have with their provider. All VSL providers are expected to comply with the VET Quality Framework, relevant legislation, and range of rules and manuals, as well as with the VSL compliance strategy. The Ombudsman has recently released a Code of Conduct for VET Student …
A recent Infographic report from NCVER released in June 2021 takes a look at how members of equity groups participate in the Australian VET system as well as their achievements and outcomes. Equity groups highlighted include those with a disability, those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or non-English speaking backgrounds, as well as those …
The OECD paper takes a look at the effects COVID has had internationally on education. It has a section on vocational education, and that’s what we will focus on later in this summary. What the paper covers The paper (31 pages), which is authored by Andreas Schleicher, has very much a schools-based focus (for example …