Watch on demand — Beyond compliance training: How to realise the potential of e-learning in the public sector

 The approach to training and development at work has changed dramatically in recent years – the onset of Covid-19 accelerated the move from in-person courses to online learning experiences. 

Training has become a vital activity within public sector organisations due to the modernisation of systems, equipment and wide-reaching government reform. Moreover, online training has become a platform of inclusion when it’s delivered with integrated accessibility tools.

Listen to the discussion on how new technology can help public sector organisations deliver engaging training and development beyond compliance and still benefit from increase productivity, staff wellbeing and retention of talented staff.

Watch our 1 December webinar, with our expert panel: 

Amy Leonard
Head of Education for Digital Learning, Great Ormond Street Hospital

 Ben Warwick
Senior Account Executive, Blackboard

 Sam Trendall
Editor, PublicTechnology

 Register below to watch.

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