Cheating is a topic those who are new to ELearning will often raise. Do staff really do the training they’re allocated, how can you prevent fraud, and is it not just “click-click-click….”? When you are investing in a new way of doing training across your company you’ll want to make sure that the content
If you want to learn how to tie a bow or bake a cake chances are your first stop will be YouTube. If you disagree with that, you might be in the minority who still prefer learning through text, imagery and diagrams. Today 55% of millennials (those born after 1980-00s) choose video over text online,01/02/2016 Read more
The Restaurant Association of Ireland and Olive Learning have partnered to launch a new online training platform, available for purchase by all association members. Typically a digital training platform saves over 50% in direct training costs and 80% in time spent learning, in comparison to other methods of training, such as classroom-based.
RAI’s training platform
New wave of virtual reality (VR) applications to be showcased at Learning Technologies 2016 allow L&D professionals to deliver a cost-effective and truly immersive learning experience for employees.
Dublin, Ireland (13/1/15) – Olive Learning, a global content and learning platforms developer, announced that it will showcase its new Oculus Rift for eLearning solutions at
Range of courses now available on any device to help upskill budding baristas.
Dublin Barista School (DBS), a leading Irish hospitality training company, has launched Europe’s first interactive online courses to help train new Barista graduates. Budding baristas can take online courses at their own pace, 24/7, on
Olive Learning is proud to announce that it received the ‘Silver’ trophy at this year’s E-Learning Awards Gala for the Tesco digital academy project. There were over 400 entrants from around the world competing for the coveted awards, with submissions whittled down to just 140 projects on the night. Olive Learning were shortlisted in two26/11/2015 Read more
Described last year as “bigger than almost anything we’ve seen or maybe anything we’ve seen in the past” Oculus VR were back again this year. Palmer Luckey co-founder and chief technology officer gave us his insight into how he sees oculus and virtual reality shaping the future of learning:
“the best way to learn is not
Asbestos is a mineral which has been used widely throughout history gaining momentum during the industrial revolution. Asbestos fibres could be found in everything from roofing to crayons until it was discovered how harmful the mineral was to people’s health. While most developed countries have banned the use of asbestos over the past 10-20 years05/11/2015 Read more