A friend of mine once went on a workshop about negotiation skills. He told me about a story that delegates had been told on the course. It went something like this; you may have heard it or a version of it before.Read More
Over the weekend, I finally finished a cross stitch sampler that I have had on the go for 30 years. (Yes, I learned to cross stitch very, very young!)Read More
One of our newest ‘Omniplexers’, Ellie, recently took part in our Articulate Storyline 360 4-day training course. Having wondered what was in store for her when she signed up to take the course, Ellie thought it would be a great idea to show you an insight into how she found the certified training course.
Animation is truly adaptable and allows you to explain concepts to your learners in ways that may not be possible with text, images, or live-action video. Animation allows you to take a concept, that might be considered complicated, or perhaps dull, and give them a new lease of life. The possibilities with animation are endless, so here are a few ways animation can bring your learning to life:Read More
In 1977, Albert Bandura developed the Social Learning Theory, transforming our understanding of how people learn. Bandura’s theory taught us that people can learn by observation, not just by memorisation, forced conditioning or reward/punishment. And to this day, this theory is still changing how we handle learning within our organisations.Read More