A new report has predicted the future of workplace automation. L&D Professional investigates what this means for training
A disability service provider has become the first to develop prototype virtual reality (VR) learning tools for disability support workers
L&D professionals across the APAC region are speaking up on the biggest issues facing the profession. Do you agree?
Performance reviews have long been used as a learning instrument for employees, but a new survey indicates there’s something else they would prefer.
Future leaders must be willing to learn, grow and be curious, says Janine Garner.
Police have apologised after an anti-terror training initiative, while one million workers in the UK will get terror response training.
Paper aeroplanes, in-class mobile pop-quizzes and puzzle-solving games are all in a day’s work for one Singaporean company.
Risk-taking should be seen in a positive light because it provides employees with the opportunity to learn, says Dr Amantha Imber.
A new report reveals where many organisations are going wrong with cybersecurity training
Hotels need to modernise their training if employees are to cope with the challenges ahead, says David Topolewski, CEO of Qooco
A US university and an aviation company have created technology that will be used by the next generation of pilots