Housing Ombudsman Case Study
The Housing Ombudsman is set up to look at complaints about the housing organisations that are registered with them. Their aim was to increase awareness of dispute resolution best practice across the housing sector.
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.
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.
Sherdley Primary School Case Study
Sherdley Primary School contacted Virtual College after another training provider, who they had booked training with for their imminent INSET day, let them down at the last minute.
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.
Aldwyck Housing Group Case Study
Aldwyck Housing Group is a not-for-profit social housing provider which employs people in a wide variety of roles including plumbers, administrators and senior managers. They use online resources from Virtual College to deliver blended learning to staff.
Hanover Scotland Case Study
Hanover Scotland is Scotland’s leading housing association for older people. Within 6 months of their start, all Hanover Housing staff undertakes core online induction training to cover knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements.
Holmfirth High School Case Study
Holmfirth High School uses Virtual College’s online food safety and hygiene resources as part of a blended learning solution.
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.