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Learning Pool launches Coronavirus module to help protect organizations and their people

On the verge of a global pandemic, Learning Pool has launched a brand new module to cover the recent outbreak of COVID-19, commonly known as Coronavirus, now available to all customers within every catalogue purchased.

Sourced from global authorities, the content included in this piece of elearning will help organizations share accurate information relating to the virus and reduce the impact of misinformation that can cause unnecessary fear and panic.

Learning Pool is passionate about their people and their responsibility to make the world a better place, and this module has been designed to help protect organizations and their people worldwide.

Commenting on the importance of this elearning, Learning Pool’s CEO, Paul McElvaney said:

Naturally, members of the public panic at times like these and this is exactly why we have created the module and why it can be accessed immediately within every elearning catalogue we offer. At Learning Pool, we’re committed to ensuring only accurate information is circulated so that organizations can take the appropriate precautions for their people going forward.

19/03/2020 – We have updated the module to include areas on ‘how to spot a cold, seasonal flu and Covid-19’ and content around “delay” and its effect (with thanks to the Washington Post).

Learning Pool offers a large range of catalogues including Retail, Hospitality, Social Care, and Financial Services, all of which now ship with the Coronavirus module at no extra cost. To explore our range of catalogues, visit our website.

25/03/20 – We have launched our Coronavirus Course Essentias that provides engaging content to help you stay focused, maintain performance and deliver results.

Modules include: Coronavirus (Covid-19), Remote Working, Remote Working for Managers, Display Screen Equipment, Healthy Lifestyles, Conference Call Etiquette, Email Stress, Mental Health Awareness

17/06/20 – We’ve updated the Covoronavirus Course Essentials ins now know as our new Future of Work Catalogue – A content library to help organizations educate learners as they move to a more flexible working routine.

Modules include: All current Coronavirus modules, plus additionally: Introduction to Mindfulness, Returning to Work,Work, Life, Home Balance, Resilience: Lesson One – Perspective, Resilience: Lesson Two – Emotional Intelligence, Resilience: Lesson Three – Drivers, Resilience: Lesson Four – Network, Resilience: Lesson Five – Self-care, Managing Stress in Remote Teams, Dealing with Stress, Relaxation, Taking Care of Yourself, The Mindset and Attitude Toolkit, Leading a Remote Team, Optimizing Remote Team Performance, Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication, Prioritization, Video Conferencing from Home, Hygiene at Home and Away, Hygiene at Home and Away – Know your Products, Hygiene at Home and away – Hand Washing, Home Office Setup, Remote Recruitment, Online Presentations,

Learning Pool 

2019 was a landmark year for Learning Pool, with highlights including increasing its client base by 30%, now serving more than 800 organizations and over 2 million learners worldwide. We’ve additionally launched our new learning platform and acquired the award-winning Oxfordshire-based, innovative learning solutions provider HT2 Labs.

We’ve won a vast array of awards, including Gold for Innovation at the 2019 Learning Technologies Awards and Gold at the International CSR Awards for our commitment to being a responsible business to the community. At the Brandon Hall Awards 2019, we also achieved Silver in the ‘Best Advance in Emerging Tech’ category for our Learnbot project with partners, TUI and most recently won Gold for Customer Service Success in the Sales and Customer Services program at the 2020 Stevie® Awards.

Our acquisition of HT2 Labs saw staff numbers rise to over 200 colleagues across our Derry, Nottingham, Oxford, Belfast, Glasgow, and Boston offices.

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