Modules further EU funding path

first_imgThe Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) has commissioned a set ofonline learning modules for regional Government Offices (GO). They are designedto help the offices, which represent all of England’s regions, to administerEuropean Structural Funds in their areas. The funds will assist parts of the EUthat compare unfavourably with its average prosperity levels. They are being rolled out to all nine offices across the UK, including GONorth East and GO South West, and are being designed and produced by Trainer1through the Faraday Partnership, the executive coaching and consultancy anddevelopment company. The online induction sets out operational and financial procedures and isdelivered via an intranet. “These modules are a novel way to disseminatecombined learning and performance support tools, through your computer,”explains Trainer1 managing director, Neil Lasher. “As such, this may markthe start of a new manifestation of combining e-learning, performance supportand knowledge management.” Lasher goes on to explain that the modules are designed to be entirelyintuitive. “People can go through it and learn or else dip in and out asand when they need to.” The first module has been tested by the Government Offices using fivecriteria: IT user-friendliness, detail and accuracy, plain English andsimplicity, layout and design and fit for audience. Feedback was positive inall areas and it was due to go live in May. Modules further EU funding pathOn 1 Jun 2004 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more