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In this paper, we explore the issues facing hiring managers and those responsible for recruitment, learning, talent, development and recognition and the main skills and talents challenges faced by seven key industries.
Getting the best out of ourselves and our workforce requires ongoing effort. What are the various approaches to learning and development? And, crucially, who should be in the driving seat – the employer or the employee?
In this guide, we look at a three-step approach to developing your skills strategy, looking first at the here and now of the skills you need, how to develop your existing employees and then ultimately, how to create a culture that attracts, nurtures and retains talent.
Our latest series is designed for employers and HR teams looking to support the psychological wellbeing of their people and put mental health at the heart of business culture.
Access People have once again partnered with Fosway, Europe’s #1 HR Industry Analyst focused on Next Gen HR, Talent and Learning to look at how underinvesting in learning and skills can put businesses at risk, and the opportunities that are revealed for those that prioritise skills development. Read more about the key facts and statistics around workplace skills, and the three key pillars to successful learning and people development.
Unfortunately, eLearning carries the stigma that it’s dull, boring, unimaginative and difficult to understand at times. We are working hard to change your view and we want you to enjoy our courses rather than dreading them when the time comes to complete your online training.
We completed a mini online survey to find out what they think contributes to a captivating eLearning course. Here's what we learnt...
Gamified learning has grown from being just a buzzword to a regular approach in the delivery of training. Even though gamification of learning has been around for a while now, eLearning producers continue to harness gamification techniques in training courses.
Webinars can be a useful tool for delivering training, saving on time and money by making training accessible to everyone. Here are the top tips...
Here at Access, we have a favorite quote: “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Originally attributed to Benjamin Franklin, it’s not just a tag line, it’s become something of a mantra to live by…
In this blog, we will explore how eLearning can turn the training typically delivered face to face, into an effective and valuable training resource.
HR and L&D teams are currently facing challenges no one could ever have predicted. The tasks feel countless and pressure endless. It’s fair to say that even the most agile of organisations over the past weeks have had to adapt in ways they could never have foreseen.
Businesses and employees have seen huge changes in where and how we work and tools that help to train, engage and motivate employees have become increasingly important.
Set apart from other learning solutions by its ease of use, configurability and security,
Access Learning underpinned by the Access LMS and a comprehensive suite of
courses, enables a culture of continuous learning.
Our webinar will give you a live product demo of our eLearning software as well as our expert recommendations and insight that can help you engage, motivate and develop your employees now and for the foreseeable future.
One of the advantages of moving business systems and software into the cloud is that the IT headaches associated with back-up and recovery planning are simply removed. Take a look at these three reasons why the cloud is the simplest and most effective way to deal with this crucial issue
We’ve put together some top tips for employers to mitigate the risk of stress for their people where they have the influence to make the most difference - in the workplace.
See how you can take a simple piece of learning and deliver it with the impact of Mike Tyson riding a bull on a turbo-powered treadmill…
There are some very serious questions to be asked when implementing an incident reporting regime, especially post Covid-19.
Within business, our people are often our front line in stopping cybercrime. We need to ensure they are armed with the skills and knowledge they need to enable them to stop this criminal activity in its tracks.
The purpose of this Toolkit is to assist you in assessing and mitigating the data protection risks your firm may face from operating remotely.
So why go open source, whether that’s an authoring tool or platform? The decision between an open-source authoring tool, like Adapt, and a more conventional programme was a no-brainer for us. Here are five reasons why...
Our interview with the content creator for our Mental Health & Wellbeing courses, Emma Parnell, on the affects of menopause on women's wellbeing.