eLearning for training providers

Get online and stay on track – a webinar series for training providers

Catch up with our series of webinars for training providers who would like to find out more about remote delivery, eLearning and Skills Forward software.

The team will show you where to start with our eLearning software and how to enhance your current eLearning during the coronavirus pandemic to meet ESFA requirements for remote delivery.

An introduction to English and maths skills development using eLearning

If you’re a total beginner and unsure where to start, this webinar will guide you through the principles of implementing eLearning software to keep your English and maths learners online and on track. We’ll run through the benefits of using online software for initial assessment, diagnostics and how to begin putting this into practice and support your learners remotely.


How to evidence online delivery and eLearning for the ESFA

This webinar will support providers to understand what is required by the ESFA to evidence online delivery, how to use an e-portfolio with your learners and to input different qualifications across a number of sectors. The webinar will cover how to demonstrate and input off the job training, evidence collection and monitoring.


How to support English and maths remote delivery for apprentices

This webinar is an advanced skills session for current users of Skills Builder or those who wish to see in detail the capabilities of Skills Forward English and maths eLearning software. The team will run through online delivery specifically for apprentices, how to measure and report on starting points and distance travelled, individual skills plans and resources.


If you want more information about topics that aren’t covered in this series, get in touch! Email our team directly on elearning@skillsforward.co.uk about your specific requirements.

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