Most modern business leaders have a deep understanding of the benefits structured learning and development can have on people, culture and performance.

Securing budget for L&D can however, be a real challenge for Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs), because it can be difficult to demonstrate tangible benefits to other stakeholders. This is especially true when the level of engagement from within your team is uncertain.

One of the key learning trends which tackles the challenge of learner engagement head-on, is microlearning. The focus on short, impactful learning which can be delivered in smaller chunks, typically leads to increased retention of information and enables employees to fit training and learning around their busy schedules.

More generally, eLearning eliminates the need for costly travel and time away from the office and accommodates flexible working schedules in the remote and hybrid working environments of the post-pandemic world.

As part of their vision to make high-quality training accessible to businesses of all sizes, Sensei has announced that early access to the new version of their revolutionary Learning Experience Platform has gone live. The beautifully simple platform uses bitesize learning and built-in engagement tools to provide a full learning experience, in a fraction of the time it has previously taken.

Founder and Managing Director, Russell Groves said ‘We are excited to provide HR leaders in the North East of Scotland with a tool which can make the strategic value HR plays more visible. We firmly believe that everyone should have access to high-quality training, regardless of the size of their organisation.’

He added, ‘Investing in employee training and development is essential for staying competitive in today's rapidly changing business landscape. With our new e-learning platform, SMEs in the North East of Scotland have an opportunity to transform their approach to learning, stay compliant, improve productivity, and invest in their people.’

Visit Sensei’s website for free early access to the new platform.

More like this…

View all