Ilkley (UK), April 2018 - Award-winning online training provider Virtual College will be exhibiting at HR in Housing 2018, providing HR professionals with advice and guidance on the most effective learning programmes to facilitate change and aid cost savings.
The HR in Housing Conference & Exhibition aims to help attendees to embrace digital strategies to dramatically improve workplace wellbeing.
Virtual College will be showcasing its engaging online induction and compliance training resources at the conference and exhibition. Ideal for a wide range of housing professionals, these training packages are already being used to provide a flexible and economical solution for large and small social housing organisations throughout the UK.
Popular online courses include
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
- The Essentials of GDPR
- Safeguarding Adults at Risk
- Fire Safety
Virtual College's online learning management system, Enable, records all course allocations, completions, and results, allowing learner progress tracking and measurement of training effectiveness.
Local policies, procedures, and internal documents can be also uploaded alongside training, while a simple and easy reporting system provides rapid access to evidence of compliance for internal and external requirements.
Virtual College will be on stand 19 at HR in Housing 2018, which will take place at City Road Conference Centre, London, 17 April 2018.
Fiona Sheen, Virtual College Learning Technology Consultant, commented, "The housing sector is currently undergoing a period of reform during which levels of quality provision must be maintained despite major changes. This change is taking place at a time when significant budget constraints are also at play and efficiency savings are high on the agenda.
At this time of change, it is important that the most effective learning programmes are in place to support the transformation and aid cost savings. Online training means a clear, consistent message is delivered across all staff and ensures learning and development programmes provide a sense of stability during change."