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Learn Online

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It’s no surprise that during lockdown, take-up of online learning shot through the roof.

  1. Some of us were looking for ways to learn because we couldn’t get in-person development
  2. Some of us had a real re-think about what we wanted to do with our careers and wanted to upskill
  3. Some of us were looking for an escape from … [kids / reality / boredom – take your pick!]

Despite being able to come together in person, online learning still has many advantages – most significantly, ease of access.

There’s so much available, but I wanted to share a couple of options for you today.

  1. MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) first hit the headlines around 10-15 years ago. Huge programmes, with unlimited participants on a broad range of topics. One of the best resources I’ve found is EDx – for the sheer range of free and low-cost options. This was a game-changer for us, when we had a smaller budget and loads of very niche, technical capabilities to develop. So, not just great for your own development, but for developing others you work with too.
  1. If you want to develop your OWN skillset with an online programme, I have two specific L&D focused programmes available:

In addition to all the in-person programmes and workshops we run for companies, we also offer up online bitesize workshops.

  1. Click here to find out more about the Coaching Suite. 100 min workshops to develop practical coaching skills
  2. Click here to find out more about Mix and Match. 100 min workshops to develop a range of management skills and more

What would you recommend for learning online? I always love to hear your ideas – feel free to Leave a Comment below.

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We have a range of virtual training and coaching options and would be happy to speak with you for bespoke or project work too

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