TITLE

ICI ramps up promotion as PC training hits 1,000 user mark

PUB. DATE
May 2003
SOURCE
IT Training;May2003, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Chemicals giant ICI Corp.'s award-winning IT e-learning offering was accessed by its thousandth user in April 2003, and is on course to reach 15 per cent of ICI's PC users. The project milestone, achieved by staff based in the Netherlands, comes around three years after the launch of the online training, and coincides with a reinvigorated internal promotion campaign to encourage new users. As part of the renewed campaign, ICI appointed champions in each of its businesses, and also promoted the training during staff-induction courses and in company publications. The project won a silver award in the International Training Project of the Year category at the Institute of IT Training awards in 2000.
ACCESSION #
9847941

 

Related Articles

  • Computers, Web becoming part of training mix. Hoekman // Grand Rapids Business Journal;11/15/99, Vol. 17 Issue 46, pB1 

    Focuses on the computer-based or Web-based employee training programs. Concept and procedures of the computer-based training; Benefits of the training; Computer-based training centers; Popularity of the computer-based training programs; Limitations of the Web-based training.

  • Computers aid training. McShulskis, Elaine // HR Magazine;May97, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p24 

    Suggests the use of computer-based training (CBT) for companies with high turnover or those undergoing restructuring that need to retrain or update employees. Advantage of using CBT according to Richard Johnson of Strategic Systems Associates Incorporated; Availability of computer-based...

  • EDITOR'S COMMENT: Meeting the relevance challenge. Williams, Peter // e.learning age;Oct2005, p1 

    Presents insights on the need for training professionals to meet the relevance challenges in creating and deploying electronic learning in various organisations in Great Britain. Factors to consider to achieve the required approval for electronic learning from both managers and learners;...

  • Classroom tool unites learners. Weekes, Sue // Training Magazine;Feb2005, p13 

    Features Web-based learning and interactive communication tools from HorizonLive and Wimba that aids training managers in training employees. OpenCampus; Eduvoice.

  • NEWS IN BRIEF. Weekes, Sue // Training Magazine;Feb2005, p13 

    Presents an update on computer-aided learning tools used for employee training in Great Britain. Release of the Lectora from Trainer1; Topics included in the online programme developed by Acas; Features of the Eedo KnowledgeSync from Eedo Knowledgeware.

  • Cost-Effective Computer-Based Training. Campbell, Robert J. // Training & Development Journal;Jul88, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p62 

    Discusses the development of a cost-effective computer-based training program. Logical extension of the traditional use of concurrent training; Project tasks by specific skill type; High-level course design; Concurrent software evaluation.

  • ICI tutors 20,000 using e-learning. Donovan, Tristan // IT Training;Nov2001, p10 

    This article reports that chemical industry ICI is to train 20,000 employees on performance management processes via e-learning. Catering for managers and staff, the e-learning programme is designed to reinforce the idea of performance management being a part of everyday activities....

  • Edinburgh Council builds e-learning platform.  // e.learning age;Nov2007, p4 

    The article reports that a portal-based e-learning platform will be built by the City of Edinburgh Council of Scotland. The platform will enable the creation of e-learning content as well as the distribution of online training courses to staff. The platform will be developed with the help of...

  • The role of social learning. Allison, Steve // e.learning age;Nov2007, Special section p4 

    The article explores the social aspects of e-learning for employees. An overview of the role of learning intelligences and the sharing of experiences in retaining and capturing corporate knowledge is presented. Details of simple techniques to create a training programme which covers multiple...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics