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“E-learning can be done in bite-sized chunks on multiple devices, where the learner picks up where they left off at a time convenient for them.”


With a programme such as Moviemento, content can be tailored and personalised for a precise ‘fit’ and in addition company-specific training resources can be incorporated. This could be site rules, practices, policies and procedures in various formats such as photographs, documents, graphics, animations or video clips, which helps ensure engagement. Any unwanted modules can be de-activated.


The programme also goes beyond training. It can be used to share other company information with employees, such as updates to company policies, health and safety, HR information, employee satisfaction surveys, companywide events and so on. Traceability of the information flow is achieved in the same way as for the training content.


Moviemento is also personalised to look and feel like your


own company website, incorporating all the elements of the company brand and ethos so the user feels immediately comfortable. Logos, images, company colours and branding guidelines can all be included along with a number of language options.


In such a competitive industry, it is essential that companies can achieve accurate and up to date audits and demonstrate competency of staff. This can mean the difference between winning and losing an important supply contract. An effective learning management system (LMS) should reduce administration time and automatically ensure training records are up to date as well as provide documents, infographics, reports and updates at the press of a button.


By law, all food and beverage handlers must have an understanding of basic hygiene principles and must know how to work safely to avoid contamination. But putting context to this, making hygiene regimes relevant and effective, needs a bit more thought. Staff need to be fully engaged and able to give 100% to the tasks at hand.


Facility and HR managers should therefore do their homework when it comes to choosing a suitable e-learning programme. It should be easy to install and use, can accurately educate and manage food or beverage safety training but also create a safety culture where staff care about what they do and understand why they do it.


www.christeynsfoodhygiene.co.uk


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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