Workplaces need more e-learning options
Learning new skills in the workplace has never been more important, with automation expected to push 375 million workers into reskilling by 2030.
This followed a panel discussion that was held with leading industry experts across L&D, HR and WHS regarding the shifts within the workplace and learning sectors.
With the future of many heading towards massive change, and 91% of Australian organisations unsure of how to build a future-ready organisation, there is no doubt there is a huge need for the e-learning industry to be able to move to the next level.
Both Kineo and e3Learning are part of the global City & Guilds group and together are now able to offer their 700 existing clients and partners access to the next generation of workplace e-learning courses and online training materials.
“The opportunity for e3Learning to join forces with Kineo, a huge player in the global market, will allow us to bring clients the best of both worlds, including building on our already strong content services, increasing our innovation and developing the future e-learning that industry, organisations and learners are demanding,” said Vicky Bartolacci, managing director at Kineo APAC.
All attendees at the panel discussion were united in seeing a need to redefine online training, personalise the entire e-learning experience to the learner, and highly prioritise upskilling the growing workforce. The event featured speakers such as Kerry Brooks (ILP CEO and Founder), Rosemary Guyatt (HRI General Manager, People and Culture), Siobhan Sutherland-Rogers (ITD Interim CEO and Board Member), Bernie Doyle (NSCA Foundation Chairman) and Vicky Bartolacci (Kineo Managing Director, PAC).
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