Learning experience platform

5 Tips for selecting a new learning provider, by Wolverhampton Homes

Wolverhampton Homes became a TWM client in 2020 during the pandemic. WH are an Arm’s Length Management Organisation responsible for managing most of the council homes in Wolverhampton. They successfully launched their new TWM LMS (named “My Learning Hub”) in August 2020. A year on, we asked Sarah Butcher, Head of Organisational Development and Employee

Buyer beware! 5 warning signs in an LMS sales pitch

In the current environment, many organisations are chasing the same sales opportunities… So, how do you distinguish a provider who is ‘there one minute and gone the next,’ from the provider who’s with you for long-term success? Here are my top five nuggets of advice: Beware of the account manager who overpromises and under-delivers. If

Launching a new Learning Platform? 5 tips to smash the first 100 days!

Have you settled on the perfect learning ecosystem for your technology needs? Tick. Have you developed a content management strategy to populate the platform? Tick. Congratulations, you’re well on your way to embarking on an exciting new learning platform! But to really optimise the transition, next, you must turn your attention to the first 100

Create content that holds learners attention

These days the expression ‘knowledge is power’ is often succeeded by ‘shared knowledge is power’. It’s undoubtedly true for Learning Technology providers operating in a crowded market space. The attraction of a flash or contemporary GUI (graphical user interface) or a platform filled with bells and whistles isn’t enough to hold the interest or engagement

Our client has won the 2020 Investor in People for L&D!

Technical recruitment firm Carrington West has recently won the 2020 Investor in People Learning & Development Award (for organisations with up to 249 people). They have achieved this by using the TWM Learning Platform to support their L&D strategy, not only to support the normal L&D activities but also to act as the organisations Intranet.

TWM awarded supplier status on G-Cloud 12

TWM has successfully achieved supplier status on the G-Cloud 12 Digital Marketplace. As the UK Government’s digital marketplace of recommended vendors, G-Cloud streamlines the purchasing process for cloud-based services, providing any public sector organisation — including central government, local councils, NHS Trusts and other public sector bodies — time and cost saving efficiencies by removing

Strengths from weakness video

Throughout this year we have been hosting webinars with Talent & Potential around Career and Talent Development and Employee Engagement. Below is a short video for you to try our Strengths and Motivation tool – part of our unique CareerBurst platform. Why not request a FREE TRIAL to help add value and insight for your

How to choose your learning and talent technology partner

In the current climate, you’re likely consumed with helping employees adapt to new circumstances and ways of working. As Josh Bersin commented in The Big Reset, ‘We really are the heroes now. Just as the nurses are the front-line healers in the hospital, we are the front-line healers in the company.’ So while you won’t

AI in eLearning; now and the future

When it comes to discussions about technology, there’s always a lot of talk about AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning, a subset of AI) and the many ways they can be used in the applications we interact with. With the ever-increasing amount of data that’s collected from various systems, AI can analyse data and

Staying curious; reimagining learning in the digital age

My motto is: stay curious. I like to ask ‘why’? To think about things differently. To try and understand what makes people ‘thrive’ at work. And also what will continue to fulfil them as the roles and skills required over the next decade and beyond continue to evolve significantly. We’re in a time of huge