7 of the most important things to do now on GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on May 25th 2018, this guide covers 7 areas you need to concentrate on to get prepared.Read more
Michael Quann explains how microlearning keeps your workforce fit and agile by strengthening their skills and knowledge.
Join us at the event on 25 June to find out how our new learning game is transforming GDPR training.
As GDPR finally kicks in, we look at the benefits of GDPR and why improving knowledge and skills on data protection is building a better world.
In this guide, we cover five steps to move your organisation closer to implementing a continuous learning strategy around GDPR.
In the rush to GDPR compliance, Jason Plunkett explains how to 'keep calm and carry on' with an effective training plan.
Join Jason Butler, Developer and Games Specialist and Lucy Gibbs, Innovation Producer, as they answer frequently asked questions about our GDPR training game
Karl Kapp, learning games expert, explains why a well-designed game can be particularly effective for a compliance topic like GDPR.
Deborah Baird lifts the lid on theory and evidence behind the use of learning games in the workplace.
There’s evidence to suggest sexual harassment training is failing to hit the mark. As organisations come under pressure to act, what role should training play in culture change?
Jason Plunkett looks at the role of a multi-discipline learning campaign in delivering lasting GDPR compliance.
Michael Quann puts the record straight and tackles the most prevalent misconceptions about microlearning.
As the GDPR deadline looms, why are some companies yet to implement training, while others are forging ahead? Jason Plunkett looks at the barriers to action.
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