e-learning News - August 2011
Glasgow food hygiene database of businesses goes live31 August 2011
The food hygiene scores of Glasgow's eateries have been made public on a new FSA and local authority website.
Food hygiene news: Judgement means businesses must reapply for approval30 August 2011
A High Court ruling could result in breaches of food standards as businesses are forced to reapply for food operator licenses.
Pupils 'have accepted' forms of e-learning as integral to their education27 August 2011
An expert has claimed that technology has been accepted as indispensible by students to the learning process.
E-learning news: Salary gap shortens amid claims degrees are losing value26 August 2011
The relative decrease in the value of degrees could prompt action for other learning solutions.
August e-learning awards from The Housing e-Academy26 August 2011
Read about our award receivers for June – August 2011 for their achievements with e-learning
E-learning expands to Crimean schools26 August 2011
Estonia has pledged to assist the Ukraine in establishing its own e-learning system.
Security professionals offered accredited online course 25 August 2011
The Security Institute has launched a new e-learning program for its security and risk BTEC courses.
Epping Forrest school launches e-learning internet system25 August 2011
An Epping Forest school will launch an interactive e-learning environment on September 7th for pupils and teachers.
Gold level food hygiene award for Cornish chef24 August 2011
A Cornish pub and guest house has been awarded the council's gold certificate in food hygiene.
Calderdale businesses score highly in food hygiene inspections24 August 2011
Thirteen businesses in West Yorkshire have received top food hygiene ratings.
Online learning module for driver safety launched in Australia23 August 2011
An Australian car safety company has launched an online training program for road safety.
Expert urges businesses to provide the optimum level of e-learning23 August 2011
E-learning should be combined with other educational solutions by companies, an expert has claimed.
Online training through cloud computing 'could enhance business efficiency'22 August 2011
Online strategies can save businesses money and make them more efficient, experts have claimed.
Caribbean e-learning network to be established20 August 2011
Cable and Wireless hope to create an international online learning network in the Caribbean.
Tailored online learning can help with learning motivation, claims expert19 August 2011
An e-learning expert has given advice on how to improve student concentration.
Online Courses scheme to help 'N.E.E.T's get back into work.19 August 2011
To recognise achieving another major milestone of 600,000 learners, Virtual College, based in Ilkley has launched an initiative to offer free e-learning courses.
Stanford University free e-learning online degree attracts thousands19 August 2011
The world's first, free internet-run university degree has attracted huge interest.
Cardiff E. coli takeaway received 1 out of 5 for food hygiene 18 August 2011
Welsh politicians are moving to back mandatory food hygiene displays after the latest E. coli outbreak.
NEW ONLINE NUTRITION COURSE FOR BITE-SIZED LEARNING18 August 2011
Caterers from schools, care homes, hospitality and leisure sectors looking to provide healthier meals for customers can learn about nutrition and take an examination within just 2 to 3 hours.
Food safety scores 'should be displayed by all businesses'17 August 2011
A health and safety expert has argued for FHRS scores to be displayed across all shop fronts.