The MicroLearn Team have had a productive summer, creating eight brand new courses to boost our existing off-the-shelf catalogue to over 130 titles, more than tripling the library since our launch in January 2017.
As we’re dedicated to creating content learners actually want and need, listening to clients is a vital part of the creation process. Over the last few months, we’ve had several requests for a variety of new courses including Whistleblowing, Right to Work, PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry, Data Security Standard), Bribery & Corruption and Insider Trading.
Forming part of our Social & Corporate Responsibility range, Whistleblowing explores the legal protection offered to those who come forward, Bribery & Corruption looks at the variations in legislation around the world and the impact on international organisations, while Right to Work discusses how to establish an employee’s right to work in the UK.
We have also created a brand-new Finance range, including PCI-DSS which looks at what thieves are targeting and how compliance with the standard can combat card theft, and Insider Trading which explores both the legal and illegal definition of the term and how it can impact an organisation, a market and an economy.
We’ve also introduced a Finance for Non-Financial Managers course which explores the basics of organisational accounts, including how to record trading activity on a Profit & Loss Statement, how to adjust figures to reflect the amount of cash generated in the Cash Flow Statement and how the final numbers will appear on the Balance Sheet.
Continuing our relationship with the Learning Architect, Liggy Webb, we added Great Conversations to our popular Workplace Wellbeing range as it details a variety of techniques for starting conversations in the workplace as well as how active listening, asking the right questions and confidence can make you a great conversationalist.
Finally, we expanded Equality & Diversity with a new Workplace Bullying course that explores the signs and symptoms of bullying, how incidents can be reported and the responsibilities of employers in terms of both prevention and prosecution.
Ali Soper, MicroLearn’s Co-Founder and Creative Director said: “The team have outdone themselves again, releasing an impressive selection of in-demand titles, adding to our expanding library. It’s incredibly rewarding to see our catalogue grow with the input and support of our learners, adding titles which actually help people to work better, safer, smarter and more effectively!”
We’re taking a different approach for our next release at the end of December. As well as releasing new content, we’re revisiting the Equality & Diversity range, one of the first suites to be created by MicroLearn, to overhaul, update and revamp the content in recognition of legislative changes and client feedback.
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