Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article BT is making NETg’s Open Learning solution available to 100,000 staff viathe BT Academy, which sits within the BT intranet. The two companies are conducting roadshows up and down the country to drivethe usage of the learning among employees. Staff are encouraged to try out thecourses and view demonstrations. “We have a state-of-the-art learning system and wanted to demonstratehow to access it and find material to support particular training anddevelopment needs,” says David Slingo, head of learning at the BT Academy.”Our people now understand that e-learning can help to improve theirpersonal productivity and performance and therefore help us to maintain ourcompetitive advantage.” Marketing is vital when launching any new service to staff, and NETgcontinues to work with customers after implementation to promote learning andencourage usage. “This ensures that strong results are seen and that people have accessto high-performance skills to help them excel in the workplace and remainmotivated, happy and inspired,” says Laura Kelly, international marketingcommunications manager at Thomson NETg. “In turn, this helps to ensurebusiness goals are achieved.” www.netg.comThe BT initiative is being supported by Accenture HR Services and coursesavailable range from those on leadership and communication to the EuropeanComputer Driving Licence (ECDL). BT opens learning to allOn 1 Feb 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.