British Airways is to launch an ambitious e-learning project to centraliseand improve the quality of training for its worldwide workforce. The company’s 50,000 staff, ranging from baggage handlers to pilots, will beable to use the intranet to access over 500 courses, including coaching,project management and leadership skills as well a new course on how torecognise and handle dangerous goods. Traditional classroom-based learning willalso be used alongside e-learning to deliver training to BA employees. The company has incorporated e-learning in its 30 open learning centres toensure that the 70 per cent of staff who do not have regular access to acomputer are able to benefit from the initiative. Elaine Wilson, British Airways e-learning manager, believes that moreaccessible training will help to improve career development within the companyand the quality of customer service. “As a leading airline, training anddevelopment is a critical part of our business strategy to ensure that ourstaff can provide the highest level of customer service. “However, with a global workforce who work irregular hours, are oftenon the move and differ greatly in culture and ways of working, providingconsistent and successful training is a continuous challenge. “E-learning presents the perfect solution offering our staff afantastic range of courses to chose from, including IT, business andprofessional development skills, and more importantly access whenever theychoose.” Related posts:No related photos. BA launches e-learning project to improve trainingOn 14 May 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed.
now has become the main theme of innovation and entrepreneurship, a society at the same time, held everywhere some innovation forum, in order to stimulate people’s entrepreneurial enthusiasm, recently, the tenth session of the China students studying innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum held in like a raging fire.
by WRSA · China Students Association, China and globalization think-tank (CCG) hosted the tenth session of Chinese students innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum 16 held in Beijing, more than 500 students from home and abroad and WRSA members gathered together to share the returnees innovative ideas, explore entrepreneurship China trend.
Vice chairman of the NPC Standing Committee,
the forum of "public entrepreneurship, innovation" as the theme, to explore and summarize the returned overseas business and expand opportunities for the development of the new trend, new experiences and new achievements.
will, Chinese and globalization think-tank (CCG) and the Zhuo employed jointly issued the "report" employment survey of 2015 Chinese returnees, a comprehensive display of the foreign countries in recent years, students of the professional direction, cost, development trend, and the students to return to reason and employment, entrepreneurial orientation, status of deep analysis.