e-learning News - July 2011
Welsh Assembly proposes compulsory food hygiene law29 July 2011
The Welsh Assembly is seeking to force businesses to publicise their food standard rating.
FSA initiative finds failing food hygiene businesses in Trafford29 July 2011
FSA and Trafford Council find 279 businesses failing food hygiene standards.
Mumbai launches distance learning online classrooms28 July 2011
Mumbai public schools are set for an expansion in their own e-learning project.
Training for key skills seen as critical on both sides of the Atlantic28 July 2011
Canadian workshops highlight the need to train more electricians.
Virtual learning environment contributes to Brighton college's Ofsted success27 July 2011
A college in Brighton has won plaudits from Ofsted for its virtual teaching environment.
Residents Academy utilises e-learning to help train students26 July 2011
A south-west housing group launches e-learning courses for residents.
AQA launches adaptive GCSEs for e-learning generation26 July 2011
A leading UK examination board has announced it will trial further electronic adaptive exams following initial success.
Scores on the Doors food hygiene scheme finds another champion25 July 2011
Scores on the Doors initiative awards consistently hygienic fish and chip shop.
Food hygiene warning after salmonella linked to Spanish eggs23 July 2011
Salmonella scare prompts a swift reaction from FSA as food hygiene awareness grows.
Remote learning software for autism released to aid communication22 July 2011
E-learning software for autistic children has been developed in America with help from neuroscientists.
E-learning course to train companies on UK Bribery Act22 July 2011
Skillsoft and Davenport Lyons lawyers have developed a UK Bribery Act e-learning course.
Leading e-learning software maker announces new development21 July 2011
New software for e-learning course developers will continue to benefit future learners.
Broadmoor Hospital wins plaudits for staff online training course21 July 2011
A new e-learning system at Broadmoor Hospital has been recognised in recent awards.
West Cumberland Hospital violates food hygiene rules 19 times20 July 2011
A Cumbrian local authority has found 19 breaches of the Food Safety Act in one hospital across two inspections.
Worldwide e-learning profits projected to soar as demand continues19 July 2011
E-learning revenues are set to increase globally by billions as the popularity of electronic and online training increases.
Manchester first for food hygiene awareness19 July 2011
All ten of Manchester's local authorities have now adopted the FHRS, with Trafford celebrating its launch today.
Nottingham students to benefit from e-learning investment18 July 2011
Nottingham students are set to benefit from new e-learning software introduced to improve literacy levels
Dartford pupils given iPads for e-learning 16 July 2011
Pupils from a Dartford school have been given iPads to carry out online learning modules.
Farmers urged to carry out e-learning module15 July 2011
UK farmers have been advised to engage in an online learning course regarding Fazor, a potato sprout suppression product.
Ofsted to carry out spot checks on struggling schools15 July 2011
Ofsted has announced plans to conduct surprise inspections in schools with behaviour problems.