e-learning News - Latest
UK SMEs 'carrying out DIY IT'19 June 2013
Small companies in the UK are resorting to DIY IT due to a lack of proper training.
Sponsored study 'improves employee retention' 18 June 2013
Companies that offer training and sponsored study are more likely to attract and retain staff.
Dragon's Den-inspired e-learning programme to launch15 June 2013
The BBC has commissioned an online learning programme based on the hit TV show Dragon's Den.
Staff training 'worth the investment'14 June 2013
Companies should invest in workplace training, no matter how much it sets them back.
Boris Johnson unveils tech plans for London13 June 2013
The mayor of London has announced plans to make technology integral to his vision of the UK capital's future.
Schools 'must embrace BYOD trend'13 June 2013
Schools can aid pupils' learning by allowing them to use their own devices in class.
Technology in schools 'will affect workplace demands'12 June 2013
Children who use technology in schools are likely to have certain expectations when entering the workplace.
Virtual College a top 20 e-learning innovator11 June 2013
Virtual College has been named by Edxus as one of Europe’s 20 fastest growing and most innovative e-learning companies.
More examiners marking papers online08 June 2013
The majority of exam papers are now marked online.
E-learning 'on the rise' in Africa07 June 2013
The internet is increasingly being used for educational purposes across Africa.
Social workers 'need better autism training'06 June 2013
Healthcare workers dealing with autistic adults need a better understanding of the condition
Virtual College attending the CIPD HRD conference 201306 May 2013
Virtual College attended this year’s HRD conference in London. Here’s what our team had to say.
The latest online training from Virtual College06 May 2013
Virtual College has added more courses to its growing catalogue, targeting the construction, social housing and healthcare sectors.
Demand for apprenticeships soars05 June 2013
The number of young people applying for apprenticeships rose between February and April this year.
Businesses 'must cater to computer literate staff'04 June 2013
Companies need to prepare their workplace for younger, computer literate employees.
Welsh govt invests £8m in social work training31 May 2013
The Welsh government has invested £8 million in improving training for social workers.
Healthcare staff in developing world to receive e-learning30 May 2013
Online learning resources are going to be rolled out to healthcare workers in the developing world.
Online learning 'has many benefits for staff'29 May 2013
Companies can improve staff training by using online resources.
E-learning 'key to business development'25 May 2013
Employers should roll out online learning resources to staff to boost business.
Managers need better training, experts say24 May 2013
The Chartered Management Institute and the Campaign for Learning are seeking improved training for company leaders.