e-learning News - December 2010
Online training may benefit those seeking employment31 December 2010
A quarter of businesses in the private sector have claimed they will hire additional staff next year.
Millions of children unable to access E-learning courses, study indicates30 December 2010
A survey has revealed up to two million kids are unable to undertake E-learning courses as they do not have access to the internet.
E-learning could help those who plan to look for a different job in the new year29 December 2010
A survey has noted 16 per cent of Brits plan to search for a new position in 2011 and an E-learning course could provide them with the skills to do this.
Online learning courses could benefit the long-term unemployed29 December 2010
One expert has suggested unemployed people need to learn new skills, which can be achieved via online learning courses.
Parents and their children may benefit from an E-learning course to teach them about internet safety24 December 2010
One expert has claimed mums and dads should ensure their kids surf the web safely and this could be achieved it they sign up to an E-learning course to learn all about the risks.
Expert: Don't let food hygiene standards slip over festive break24 December 2010
One specialist has warned people not to forget the importance of food hygiene over the festive period.
E-learning could help those in IT refresh their skills23 December 2010
One expert has suggested Brits who work in the IT sector should constantly gain new qualifications.
Online learning courses could keep staff motivated23 December 2010
One expert has advised employers to engage with their workers more.
Fast broadband 'vital for E-learning courses'22 December 2010
An expert has suggested speedy internet connections are required when completing an E-learning course.
E-learning courses might help kids understand internet security22 December 2010
An expert has claimed parents need to teach their offspring about risks when surfing the web.
E-learning strategies could be more popular in the world of business 21 December 2010
An expert has suggested many firms have recognised the importance of IT in the workplace.
E-learning could expand an individual's skills set21 December 2010
Individuals who constantly gain new skills will make themselves more employable and this could be achieved through E-learning.
Disabled students could benefit from distance learning courses20 December 2010
One specialist has observed disabled students do not have enough access to learning.
Teachers in Lincoln adopt E-learning strategies20 December 2010
Pupils at a school in Lincoln, USA, have benefitted from the introduction of E-learning software.
Online learning courses may make people more employable17 December 2010
Individuals who are concerned about job security may want to undertake an online learning course, as one specialist has suggested up-skilling is vital given the current economic climate.
Distance learning courses may be suitable for home-workers 17 December 2010
Companies can benefit from introducing home-working policies, it has been claimed.
Kids from disadvantaged backgrounds may benefit from E-learning16 December 2010
An expert has claimed more resources need to go towards helping school children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Distance learning courses 'offer flexibility'15 December 2010
An expert has suggested people who are planning to enrol on a distance learning course should find out as much information as they can before they sign up.
Schools in Wales to use distance learning courses if it snows?15 December 2010
Distance learning courses are one option being considered by academic facilities in Wales, as they may have to close if its snows.
Managers to invest in online training to ensure they have skilled workforce?14 December 2010
A new report has revealed some businesses do not expect to meet their expectations due to a skills shortage.