first_img Comments are closed. NHS course defies drop-out mythOn 1 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Learners within the NHS are dispelling a myth about e-learning. Drop-out rates are often cited as one of the reasons for e-learning’sfailure, but the NHS e-Tutor blended training programme, commissioned by theNHS Information Authority (NHSIA), has achieved a completion rate of 93.8 percent and average learner satisfaction ratings of 5.95 out of six. “Since the project’s inception, 91 learners have completed theprogramme and have qualified as e-tutors,” said Carol Hulm, ECDL servicemanager and NHSIA project manager. The courses are operated by the Training Foundation under the Institute ofIT Training Certified e-Learning Professional (CeLP) Programme. www.trainingfoundation.com,www.elearningprofessional.com Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img

NHS course defies drop-out myth

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