Are you developing training courses for staff? Rather than yet another classroom-based event, give e-learning a thought. Face-to-face teaching has its place, but if it is properly designed, e-learning can be very effective and engaging.
In August this year, a number of existing online courses moved to CoSy – the University’s training and management booking system. Around 1500 members of staff have already taken at least one of the five courses:
- Challenging behaviour: Dealing with bullying and harassment in the workplace
- Equality and diversity briefing
- Implicit bias in the workplace
- Information security and data privacy awareness
- Recruitment and selection
CoSy is currently in use by more than a dozen training providers around the University and is also being used to deliver e-learning courses for projects such as the Overall Marks and Ranking project. Managed by the IT Learning Centre (ITLC), the system tracks progress through a course and on successful completion, emails a certificate to the delegate. Delegates also have a record of their courses in the CoSy user portal.
If you want to find out more about the CoSy system, or you have an existing e-learning course that you would like to host in CoSy, contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our Instructional Design team can also be commissioned to create e-learning opportunities for your staff. Get in touch to find out more!