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Homing in on people strategies

25 Jan 2005

Case study: How one housing association encouraged staff to take ownership of their roles

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Top resource

25 Jan 2005

National Outsourcing Association

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Masters students attend virtual class

18 Jan 2005

A leading business school is adopting online teaching form MBA and MSc students

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Hop to it

18 Jan 2005

Sector-hopping across the private, public and voluntary/not-for-profit boundaries is increasingly seen as vital experience for those wanting to climb to the top of the HR career ladder.

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What does your future hold?

18 Jan 2005

Sue Weekes asks a handful of readers to outline their career aspirations

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Mind your language

1 Jan 2005

Busy work schedules leave little room for language training, which is becoming increasingly important as global markets expand. One London university believes a blended approach could deliver benefits to the business

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Lessons for business

1 Jan 2005

This year’s Learning Technologies conference will kick off with a challenge: stop thinking about learning as an abstraction and think...

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Future NHS leaders sit e-test

1 Jan 2005

The NHS Leadership Centre is using online testing to recruit future leaders

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QA unveils Microsoft Partners portal

1 Nov 2004

QA is launching a dedicated training portal to support the mandatory certification of Microsoft Partners. It comes in response to...

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Adult protection gets a boost

1 Nov 2004

Online learning is being used to raise awareness of the issues and procedures required in the protection of vulnerable adults...

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Aerospace giant opts for cyberspace

1 Nov 2004

BAE Systems has been working with Cranfield University to build a range of tutor-led online learning courses

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Merger man

12 Oct 2004

Mike Taylor tells Sue Weekes about HR’s role in successfully merging technology giants HP and Compaq

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Home office goes for blended upgrade

1 Oct 2004

The Home Office is running a major blended learning programme to help 15,000 civil servants upgrade to Windows XP and Office XP from older versions of the software

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Plant hirer turns to e-learning

1 Oct 2004

A-Plant, a leading hirer of non-operated plant and construction equipment, is to introduce the concept of e-learning through e2train's Kallidus Authoring Tool.

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Social services boost management skills

1 Oct 2004

Coventry Social Services has made the first awards of its e-learning BTEC Certificate in Management Studies, which it implemented as part of its plan to achieve National Care Standards qualifications targets.

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