Over 100 e-learning courses on Healthy and Safety, Compliance, Leadership and Management, IT and Project Management, Business Skills and Customer Services will be on show on the Engage in Learning stand at this year’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum, being held at Excel on 11th July.
These e-learning materials come with a unique suite of learner engagement tools, covering options for the speed at which the materials are delivered; personalised learning themes; the option to hear a male or female voiceover; instant language translation in over 127 languages, as well as downloadable eBooks, infographics and classroom development plans.
Notably, Engage in Learning – on Stand 49 – will be focusing on the e-learning materials it’s published so far in 2019, covering:
• Bullying and Harassment
• Discipline and Grievance
• Competition Law
• Right to Work
• Criminal Finances Act
• Unconscious Bias for all Staff
• Suspicious Packages
EIL’s Marketing Manager, Kate Carter, commented, “We’re also happy to discuss the new programmes we currently have in the pipeline. These include programmes for new and expectant working mothers, and a programme dealing with issues related to whistleblowing.
“At the event, we’ll also be revealing our new ‘Learning Pathway’ series for soft skills,” Kate added.
Earlier this year, Engage in Learning gained CPD Certification Service approval for both its Leadership Pathway series of e-learning courses and its series of four coaching-related e-learning courses. Other ‘Pathways’ from Engage in Learning include those on Influencing, Performance Management, Decision Making and Leadership.
About the Learning Technologies Summer Forum
Designed to further develop the key learning themes from February’s Learning Technologies exhibition and conference, this event comprises a conference along with an exhibition, containing more than 40 seminars and an exhibition area showcasing 40 of the leading industry suppliers.
About Engage in Learning
A UK-based supplier of eLearning courses and solutions focusing on helping organisations improve their safety, compliance and performance, Engage in Learning provides engaging and affordable learning that’s practical and effective in an organisational setting.
Further information from:
Kate Carter, Engage in Learning, +44 (0) 203 876 2991, firstname.lastname@example.org