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E-learning everywhere…well, almost

Many people do their e-learning on their personal computers while sitting at their desk during office hours. But it doesn't have to be like that. With 85% of people aged between 16 and 75 owning or having access to a smartphone, e-learning can be accomplished almost anywhere there is internet access.

Training Tracker uses responsive web design which ensures that it runs on a wide range of hand-held devices. So, whether you're using a mobile phone, tablet or laptop, you can engage with Training Tracker.

If you're sitting on the train commuting to work or travelling to a meeting, you could be checking off another successfully completed e-learning module.

If you don't have time to do that statutory training module at work, because something more urgent or more important things get in the way, you could even do it at home.

When your other half is watching football and you hate football, see if you can successfully complete an e-learning module. When you have, punch the air and shout 'pass'. That'll confuse them.

Sitting in a café and you've run out of things to tweet about? You've already posted an image of your rapidly cooling tall, non-fat latte with caramel drizzle from every feasible angle, so how about just finishing off that health and safety module?!

We're not suggesting that all conference talks are boring, but if you have the option between going to sleep or completing that fire safety training, the latter might be a better use of your time. What's more if a fire does break out in the conference room, you'll know what to do!

For the overly conscientious among you, or those who have brought the latest best seller on holiday only to find the blurb on the jacket is ten times more exciting than the story within, there's nothing to stop you doing a bit of e-learning on the beach. However, if you embark upon an extra-long module, do make sure you're wearing plenty of sunblock.

Ruth Sunderland | 16 July, 2018

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