Businesses with an annual turn over of <$50 million can claim an extra 20% tax deduction on expenses of digital platforms from 29 March 2022 to 30 June 2023.
Managing multiple platforms for your online courses and employee training can get costly in the long run. Hence, you might find yourself down to choosing between an online learning platform vs learning management system (LMS). The good news is that you don’t have to pick one over the other. Nowadays, there are software solutions that provide an all-in-one platform for all your distance learning needs.
While we continue to grapple with the global COVID-19 pandemic, life, for many organisations, is pushing forward and the need to support growth by hiring new staff remains present. In fact, the need for a great employee induction program is even higher when virtual employee induction may be required for new staff.
How much time, effort and money does your organisation spend in finding new employees? Probably quite a lot. The costs of hiring new staff are high. Yet what if your induction program causes new employees to quit?
The training industry fails to help modern organisations. This sounds harsh, but our recent survey of Australian organisations suggests that the training industry fails to supply solutions which organisations need and want, and instead focuses on providing solutions which suit the industry itself.
One of the top questions we see from people new to elearning (or even experienced instructional designers) is how long an elearning course should be? Yet most people approach this question with fundamental mistakes in their thinking. Let’s review four of the most common mistakes in determining how long an elearning course should be in this article.
In this article, let’s dive into strategies to help you quickly create online compliance training so you can beat deadlines, reduce resources and maximise your training budget.