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The Benefits of Open Badging in End-Point Assessment

Posted By: eCom Scotland

Open Badges are a digital record of learning experience and achievement that help to recognise and verify learning. In this webinar Geoff Chapman will present for members of the Federation of Awarding Bodies, introducing Open Badging and the benefits for candidates and awarding organisations of incorporating badging into end-point assessment.


Using Learning to Strengthen Member Relationships

Posted By: Geoff Chapman

Engaged members are the lifeblood of any membership organisation and the most successful organisations have quality and progressive interactions with members who want to be part of their network. Learning and professional development can be a key element in developing an engaged membership base. For organisations with education programmes an effective customer relationship management (CRM) system offers significant benefits for strengthening member relationships.


Digital learning technologies a game changer in medical education

Posted By: eCom Scotland

What is the most effective way to educate and train medical/science professionals, students or users of ground-breaking medical technology globally? What role can digital learning play?


The Potential of Digital Learning for Disease Prevention

Posted By: eCom Scotland

Could digital learning solutions decrease newly reportable cases in emerging infectious disease? Are mobile learning solutions the key to disseminating accurate disease prevention information? How can you use this untapped medium of information technology to provide consistent, accurate, timely and mobile information to team members across borders?


Invest in Skills to Attract Staff

Posted By: eCom Scotland

Brexit has brought a lot of uncertainly, particularly for organisations which rely on migrant workers. With 1 in 4 organisations saying they have EU national workers considering leaving this year and the Office for National Statistics showing that EU nationals are arriving in smaller numbers than in the past, there could be a serious problem of demand for workers outstripping supply. Organisations with large numbers of non-UK staff should be thinking about their future workforce now. Investing in structured skills development delivers wide-reaching benefits for both organisations and employees and will help them compete in an increasingly difficult job market.


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