DPG (Developing People Globally) case study
In October 2016, Virtual College delivered engaging, 100% online content to support the delivery of the Level 5 Human Resources Management qualification to CIPD training experts, DPG.
The Children's Society Case Study
The Children’s Society is a national charity providing an extensive network of frontline services, delivered by its own staff and supported by an army of volunteers. Online learning from Virtual College provides them with a cost effective and flexible training solution.
Stafford and Rural Homes Case Study
Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH) have used Virtual College’s training since 2013. New starters undertake online learning as part of their induction.
St Helena School Case Study
St Helena School uses a diverse range of courses for both its teaching and support staff covering induction and compliance requirements.
WM Housing Case Study
WM Housing Group is a major employer with almost 950 staff employed in a wide variety of locations and job roles. The majority of online learning is focused on induction and compliance.
Wirral SCB Case Study
In order to fulfil its duties under the ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015’ statutory guidance, the WSCB undertakes two major audits: the Section 175 audit specifically for schools and colleges and the Section 11 audit for partner agencies. Both audits aim to test the effectiveness of safeguarding provision.
Wigan Council Case Study
In April 2012, AGMA began a contract with Virtual College in order to make training accessible to over 70,000 council staff and the external private voluntary and independent sector.
Safe Use of Insulin Case Study
In June 2010, the National Patient Safety Agency issued an alert in response to significant problems in the treatment and care of diabetes sufferers in hospitals. Development of the Safe Use of Insulin course was triggered by an immediate need for training which would deliver the knowledge in an understandable and engaging way to enhance retention.
Stoke Libraries Case Study
The Stoke-on-Trent Library Service delivers 16 free work clubs to help individuals plan their journey back into employment and can offer CV creation and one-to-one support sessions for people who need a little extra help in finding employment or new training opportunities.