Organisation wide guidelines for all staff


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There is a clear e-Learning strategy that supports the Quality Care Agenda.

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Institutional guides inform the development of new content and e-Learning courses

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Learning and teaching policies explicitly address e-Learning in terms of good learning practices.

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New content is developed against recognised guidelines.

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Blended learning, which incorporates e-Learning, is integral to all course design.

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e-Learning is clearly linked to organisational plans

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The organisation monitors the effectiveness of different learning technologies and makes its findings available.

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There are e-Learning content repositories that all those involved in learning and development can access.

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There is a common Learning Management System that all those involved in learning and development can access.

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Trainers can have their e-Learning skills recognised in professional qualifications.

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It is required that managers use online performance tools.

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Informal e-Learning is actively encouraged in and out of the workplace.

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Learner-centred e-Learning is encouraged through skills training for those involved in learning and development.

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Bandwidth is sufficient to support the effective delivery of content.

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National published frameworks are used to support the development of local e-Learning.

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There is ongoing evaluation of a range of relevant e-Learning frameworks.

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Links between e-Learning and staff retention, workforce qualifications and the quality of care are considered in all areas of the workforce.

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Clear links between the benefits of e-Learning and resource allocation are made.

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It is expected that managers will complete an elearning maturity assessment and action plan areas of weakness.

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Uptake of e-Learning is measured across all staff.

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There are recorded links between e-Learning, qualifications and performance.

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e-Learning is included in appraisal action planning along with more traditional learning methods.

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