To achieve this, the OD Team worked with Learning Pool to roll out its Stream LMS, together with a range of collections from the Stream Content Library that mapped to the original content that they had on offer. This required the OD team to work with key stakeholders across different areas of the University to ensure the new content met the University’s needs. It was imperative to work quickly to get the LMS and mandatory courses up and running so that the service to internal customers was not impacted and that mandatory training targets were upheld.
In addition to the eight mandatory training modules that were redesigned and relaunched; 35 new custom modules were also rolled out to expand their blended learning approach. These modules were designed to complement their existing workshops and allowed staff to engage with a larger variety of learning interventions to support their development needs and career progression plans. These courses were made up of content from the Stream Content Library and were reviewed by the subject owners and amended to ensure the content was specific to their needs and also reflected the University branding.
Lastly, the OD team also opted to invest in the Stream Automation tool, allowing them to become more self-sufficient in terms of developing their own e-learning content in-house. This has allowed them to expand their offering of bespoke interventions, including online appraisals and they are also set to launch Career Pathways using the programme’s functionality.