Large financial services companies are already at the forefront of technology adoption, so many are leveraging elearning and system simulations well to gain a competitive edge.
Details of vacancies for 3 Freelance Instructional Designers, each on a 3-month contract, to run from October to December 2018, working with us here at Day One Technologies near Leeds in West Yorkshire, UK. Due to winning several exciting new contracts, we’re currently looking for skilled and creative Instructional Designers to work as part of …
These are exciting times for our company, and our growth presents a great opportunity for you to join our team and gain interesting, varied experience – if you share our Can Do approach to work.
Details of an eLearning Account Manager position, working with us here at Day One Technologies near Leeds. Due to winning several exciting new contracts, we’re looking for an experienced account manager to join us and be part of our growth.
Details of a senior instructional designer job vacancy – we’re currently looking for someone with elearning project management skills, who can work well with clients, management and our development team.
Details of several Digital Content Developer job vacancies, working with us here at Day One Technologies. Due to winning several exciting new contracts, we’re looking to fill multiple positions, helping us to create vibrant, interactive digital content.
Details of a several assistant storyboard developer job vacancies – graduate placements working with us here at Day One Technologies. Due to winning several exciting new contracts, we’re looking to fill multiple positions, helping us to create vibrant, interactive content.
Numerous studies have shown that true to life learning experiences, such as simulations and scenarios, are the most effective for developing work-specific skills. Scenario based learning is a framework where the learning experience is hung around a realistic situation or story.
The banking and finance sector is rightly one of the most highly regulated, which makes thorough, up to date staff training essential to ensure compliance. And the penalties that can result from non-compliance with industry or legal guidelines can be crushing.
No department operates in a vacuum, and while at every senior management meeting an L&D leader will reaffirm the wider business goals and context of their department, placing them more front of mind can help with cross-departmental collaboration. If L&D can develop strong relationships with Finance, Legal / Compliance and PR for example, it will no doubt help your department down the line.