There’s no time like the present to deepen your knowledge, skills, and commitment in two very important areas: Cyber Security and Diversity & Culture. This month we’re spotlighting three providers with excellent content offerings in these areas. We’ve also published two new playlists of courses designed to spark your curiosity and accelerate your growth.
For clear and compelling courses around data compliance, privacy, and GDPR, Inspired eLearning is a fantastic choice. This award-winning US-based provider has 60+ courses in the Content Hub, half of which are 15 minutes or shorter. Their video-based courses have interactive knowledge checks throughout, are available in multiple languages, and appeal to both novice and more experienced learners.
Check out some of the most popular titles from Inspired eLearning:
Bob’s Business is a great provider of animated courses on a variety of data security topics. Based in the UK, they offer over 100 courses, almost all of which range from 15-30 minutes. Courses are available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Portuguese. Bob’s Business is a good fit for learners who may find cyber security topics a bit daunting or boring. Their whimsical animation and interactive elements engage even the most reluctant learners.
Popular titles include:
US-based WILL Interactive is an award-winning provider in the diversity and culture space. Their courses feature high quality video production and branching scenarios that change depending on the learner’s responses to questions throughout. WILL Interactive has 18 courses in the Content Hub, 12 of which are longer than one hour. They are among the most engaging and popular courses, with positive feedback from learners and administrators alike.
Top courses include:
As I was looking at the newly added courses, I was intrigued by iAM Learning’s personal development courses, so I took the Bring Your Whole Self to Work course. I love the conversations currently going on in the learning and development space about how we can better support employees and managers by encouraging more open and honest conversations that go beyond who people are at work and their performance. This course offered some great guidance on how to be authentic at work, as well as how to help others be. In my career, the people who have made the biggest impact on my work and personal life have been those who supported me in all aspects of my life and allowed me to be me. I’d encourage this course for anyone needing a little reminder about how we are more than just our job titles.