The Tech Partnership - Raising the quality of digital skills training
The Tech Partnership is the network of employers collaborating to create the skills for the UK digital economy, with the ambition to deliver the skills required for a million digital jobs by 2025.
ECMWF: Cloud-based learning solution for weather forecasters
ECMWF wanted to have access to e-learning modules to be used in training activities – either as standalone modules or as part of other courses. Following Virtual College’s successful tender bid, workshops were rapidly organised to review content and gather information on the learning objectives for the 12 courses required.
Clarion Housing Case Study
Clarion Housing Group use Virtual College to help their tenant’s access training towards employment and self-development.
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.
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 Carbon Literacy Project Case Study
Working in collaboration with The Carbon Literacy Project, Virtual College has created an interactive e-learning course that offers Carbon Literacy learners a solid understanding of climate change, how it is already affecting them, and advice on what actions they can take to help move their own organisations toward a low carbon culture.
St Roccos Hospice Case Study
St Rocco's Hospice has a number of mandatory training obligations to ensure safe service delivery. Virtual College have helped St Rocco's use e-learning to roll out training, monitor participation and empower staff.
The Home Office: Using e-learning to combat FGM
The Home Office identified that effective, multiagency training for safeguarding professionals would help improve the support and protection provided to women and girls. Most importantly, the course needed to reinforce the necessity of a multi-agency approach and give learners clear actions.
The Greenwood Academies Trust
With so many different academies catering for thousands of pupils spread across diverse local authorities, The Greenwood Academies Trust (GAT) wanted to ensure they could achieve consistency and quality in our safeguarding training provision throughout all of our academies