Learning provider International Workplace has launched Workplace DNA, an innovative news-driven digital update service designed to promote continuous learning at work.
The launch took place today (28 November) at the Wellcome Trust in London in front of an audience of learning specialists and representatives from different industry sectors. Setting the launch in context, guest speaker Dr Itiel Dror Ph.D. from UCL explained how technology could be used to reduce cognitive load and improve knowledge acquisition, retention and recall.
Workplace DNA is a learning subscription service for employers. It combines carefully curated and credentialed expert content with powerful artificial intelligence to deliver, track and promote personalised learning that drives performance. The ‘DNA’ element of Workplace DNA relates to the thousands of separate learning outcomes identified by International Workplace’s curriculum specialists that are mapped to learning resources – the building blocks of the library.
All of the 400+ learning resources have been developed specifically for Workplace DNA to be mobile-first, interactive, and completed in five minutes or less.
Says David Sharp, Managing Director of International Workplace: “Workplace DNA has been five years in the making. During that time we’ve held a number of focus groups and done a lot of listening. We believe that by utilising the latest learning technologies, Workplace DNA provides an innovative learning solution to meet the needs of learners, their managers and their employers.”
International Workplace has limited capacity to take on new clients for Workplace DNA following the launch, and is focusing initially on three market sectors: workplace and facilities management; not-for-profits; and the further and higher education sectors. The company is inviting L&D professionals in these sectors to get in touch to find out how Workplace DNA can help them revolutionise the way learning is managed in organisations.
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