7 Advantages Of Moving Your Compliance Training Online

| December 4, 2018

article image
If you're running a business, chances are that ROI is one of your main concerns – so why leave your compliance training to chance? At Kallidus, we fully believe in the benefits of online corporate learning. Not convinced? We've rallied together our top 7 benefits.Don’t let your training and internal processes fall behind in an age of smartphones, information overload, and on-demand access to just about everything. While there doesn’t need to be “an app for that”, moving your compliance training online makes clear business sense. From cost-effective training to increased engagement, investing in an online LMS will increase your bottom line and improve efficiency in every area of your organisation.At Kallidus, we’ve been working with organisations large and small (from Birketts Law to the NHS and Morrisons) to improve their learning cultures and experiences through our award-winning user-friendly LMS, Kallidus Learn. Here are the top 7 plus sides and possibilities of online compliance training that we’ve picked up from our customers along the way.

Spotlight

Texas A&M University

From humble beginnings in 1876 as Texas'​ first public institution of higher learning, to a bustling 5,200-acre campus with a nationally recognized faculty, Texas A&M University is one of a select few universities with land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant designations. With an enrollment of about half men and half women, 25 percent of the freshman class are the first in their family to attend college. Here, over 60,000 students have access to world-class research programs and award-winning faculty. Texas A&M has two branch campuses, one in Galveston, Texas, and one in the Middle Eastern country of Qatar.

OTHER ARTICLES

CoSN2020: Want to Boost Innovation in Education? Focus on Data

Article | March 18, 2020

With the right tools, educators can pinpoint subject areas where students struggle or skills that teachers need additional training to master. In operations, data can help administrators gauge the effectiveness of technology deployments and measure efficiency indicators such as use or spending. Those benefits are among the reasons why the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) highlighted data-driven practices as one of the top five accelerators in its recently released report, “Driving K–12 Innovation: 2020 Hurdles + Accelerators.” The rest of the list includes social-emotional learning, learners as creators, personalization and building the human capacity of leaders.

Read More

How to Integrate Computational Thinking with “Look Fors”

Article | March 18, 2020

Digital Promise has been working with districts and educators from across the United States to integrate computational thinking (CT) and computer science (CS) into K-12 classrooms. We’ve developed “Look for” documents to support teachers and administrators in envisioning how this fusion could work in elementary and middle school classrooms. Interviews with teachers, administrators, and other researchers showed us that “Look for” documents offer teachers and administrators a mutual starting point for collaborative visioning, self-assessment, and collective goal-setting for classroom practice. They remind administrators of “walk through” documents or forms that are often used during classroom observations to help administrators focus on specific elements of instruction so they can provide rich feedback to educators.

Read More

How Immersive Technology Champions the Four C’s of Learning

Article | March 18, 2020

Using Google’s virtual reality tour creator, Google Maps Street View and VR headsets, students with disabilities were able to tour downtown Danvers at their own pace in preparation for a real-life walk around the area as part of a life skills class. It was a “low-stakes opportunity to practice critical life skills,” Jeff Liberman, the district’s technology director, tells The Hechinger Report. “VR allows students to go places and see things virtually without actually having to go there.” Beyond applications in assistive learning, the use of immersive technologies such as VR and augmented reality continues to grow in K–12 education.

Read More

Unleashing the power of AI for education

Article | March 18, 2020

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a major influence on the state of education today, and the implications are huge. AI has the potential to transform how our education system operates, heighten the competitiveness of institutions, and empower teachers and learners of all abilities. The opportunities for AI to support education are so broad that recently Microsoft commissioned research on this topic from IDC to understand where the company can help. The findings illustrate the strategic nature of AI in education and highlight the need for technologies and skills to make the promise of AI a reality.

Read More

Spotlight

Texas A&M University

From humble beginnings in 1876 as Texas'​ first public institution of higher learning, to a bustling 5,200-acre campus with a nationally recognized faculty, Texas A&M University is one of a select few universities with land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant designations. With an enrollment of about half men and half women, 25 percent of the freshman class are the first in their family to attend college. Here, over 60,000 students have access to world-class research programs and award-winning faculty. Texas A&M has two branch campuses, one in Galveston, Texas, and one in the Middle Eastern country of Qatar.

Events