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Fife KY12 7SL
01383 630032


The Power of Open Badges in the Workplace

Posted By: eCom USA

Mozilla Open Badges are digital representations of learning experiences and achievements. A learner with a free Mozilla Backpack account can collect Open Badges for formal and informal learning experiences, enabling them to digitally display their education, knowledge, skills, and experience.

Webinar - Using Workforce Solutions To Drive Organisation Success

Posted By: eCom USA

In this first webinar from eCom our Learning Consultants, Susan Gearing and Bryan Eldridge discuss how workforce solutions can help organisations drive success. Using eCom’s Tri-fold model they highlight the key factors of successful implementations.

What Is Online Assessment?

Posted By: eCom USA

With the continued growth of online learning has come an increased focus on online training and assessment.

Accessibility in eLearning

Posted By: eCom USA

Accessibility in eLearning is a hot topic here at eCom HQ and, with our recent work with our client the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), we have evolved our knowledge and understanding of web accessibility. At eCom, we strive to ensure our eLearning meets the current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). At a time when more and more businesses and organisations are looking to take their training online, it is essential that we consider the needs of learners with disabilities and that we do not discriminate in any way.

Competences and How to Avoid the Pitfalls

Posted By: eCom USA

I’ve worked on many competency projects over the years. I first came across competences in the early 1990’s working for a Further Education college. At that time they were a paper based, bureaucratic nightmare that required fully qualified assessors and lever-arch binders as portfolios of evidence. Assessing a number of students required regular visits and lots of space to review the paper based evidence. Yet the process was still beneficial. There was something to measure progress against and review year on year. The competences were the building blocks of the curriculum and enabled students and lecturers across Further Education to understand achievements and have common ground.



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