Our 5 step process for building a capability development strategy

The speed at which technology is evolving and business needs are changing is at an all-time high. So it only makes sense for workplace skills and capabilities to be evolving just as quickly, right?


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SCORM vs. xAPI: which is best for your business?

Everyday we discuss learning needs with our clients. Many of them ask about the difference between SCORM and Tin Can, as well as the benefits of going with Tin Can xAPI. Here we break down the background, options and benefits of each to help you make an informed choice.

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Increasing value from your Learning Management System

Learning Management Systems (LMS) are a foundational tool for the deployment and tracking of online courses. However, with increasing demand for more sophisticated deployment and tracking features, there are opportunities to discover how your LMS can be used to its fullest capability to deliver an optimum experience both for your learners and administrators.

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Savv-e Central 3.1 launched!

Today is a big day for Savv-e Central, as we reveal our improved platform, one that has continued to grow and adapt with us. 

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A Savv-e switch: How Teachers Health Fund moved to a more streamlined approach to learning management

Meet Jerry from Teachers Health
Jerry Dalessis has been responsible for People & Learning at industry Private Health Insurer, Teachers Health Fund, for over 8 years.

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How to build stakeholder support for LMS success

Selecting and implementing an LMS for your business takes up a lot of valuable time and effort. Those efforts risk being wasted if you don’t get your stakeholders on board, early on in the process. Indeed, the system can be implemented perfectly, but if stakeholders don’t throw their support behind it, the whole system can fall apart, meaning wasted time and money for all involved.

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Putting together your learning management system A-team

An LMS can be a blessing for organisations, as it expedites many of the processes involved with learning and development. But an LMS is not a set-and-forget system, and managing and maintaining it to keep it running like a well-oiled machine can be a big job in itself. You still need to create and update content, manage and support your learners, keep the data clean and generate reports.

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Out of sight, but never out of mind: how to get the best results from training remote workers

It’s no surprise that the number of remote workers is on the rise. Now making up roughly 10% of the workforce according to some estimates, technology has made it more feasible and appealing for employees to work from home. There are benefits all round, including increased productivity and lower staff turnover for employers, and increased flexibility for employees.

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A match made in heaven: How to find the perfect learning management system for your business

A learning management system (LMS) is a very worthwhile investment for any organisation that is serious about its e-learning – it automates several processes that can be difficult or time-consuming to manage manually; it collects data that would otherwise be inaccessible and generates reports easily. But implementing an LMS can be a costly exercise in terms of money, time and effort, so it’s worth doing some research beforehand to make sure you’re getting the best system for your organisation’s needs.

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