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Graham Glass

Meeting the needs of a global workforce through relevant multilingual training courses
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Meeting the needs of a global workforce through relevant multilingual training courses

Managers

A global workforce need training too, and there are a few details that can make or break a training program for multilingual employees. Besides translating courses, localizing them, adapting them to the various cultural differences, the most important aspect when determining the success of a multilingual training course is its relevance and alignment with both individual and organisational learning needs.

competency-based training
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Understanding the basics of competency-based training

Instructional Designers

Hiring talent is the first task of any HR department. Once this is accomplished however, the trickier part begins. Competency based training is the key in making sure that every talented individual receives the training they need, since their levels of knowledge and skill vary, as do their learning preferences and speeds. Unlike content-based training, competency-based L&D programs place the trainee in the middle of everything.

hidden costs of an LMS
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Hidden costs of an LMS: What to expect

LMS

If you’re involved in getting a new LMS for your company, read on to learn about some of the most common hidden costs that usually — but not always — creep into the acquisition process. Some of them could easily go to the turn-off category. But in the end, it all depends. What matters most is transparency and the meaning behind each fee. Sometimes, it’s better to pay a fee and forget about the issue, than to try to deal with it yourself, only to get into bigger trouble.

impact of LMS software on business
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The positive impact of a corporate LMS

Instructional Designers, LMS, Managers

Software Advice conducted a research on how learning management systems are used for corporate training. One of the key findings in their report is that the great majority of users say their LMS positively impacts the success of their organization, and this article presents the nine ways it does so.

responsive design
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Why every LMS should have a responsive design

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

In the multi-device, multi-screen world of the workplace, the question is not whether or not to adopt a responsive design for any business website, but rather when to do that. With increasing numbers of mobile devices used by everyone, more and more business problems solved or eased by these devices in the workplace, and higher demands and expectations from the modern, mobile employees, it’s only a matter of time until responsive design will take over all the virtual world. Businesses need to adapt to this reality and make efforts to provide a total mobile user experience for their employees.

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