0
An Unexpected
E-Journey
Housekeeping
Who Are We
We are a leading provider of housing
and care services in south and mid
Wales.
We employ around 1500 staff acro...
What We Do
 Social Housing for rent
 Affordable homes for sale

 Student Housing
 Supported Housing
 Social Care
 Fl...
Before e-Learning

 Health & Safety training
 2 or 4 day classroom
 All new staff to attend
What Did We Do
 Assess the training as was
 Several different methods
– Extra Induction day?
– Going out to schemes?
– E...
How Did That Go Down?

 Buy in from Exec
 Ready to go…
Culture
I.T. Literacy
Scepticism
Appetite

Unsure

We Need
Heroes...
Our Heroes
Staff did not have access to
computers on a regular basis, this
meant that GLADIS records were
poor.

Tony Rowl...
Our Heroes
It allows me to monitor the
progression of staff teams and to work
with managers where there needs to be
improv...
Our Heroes
this new concept is
very interesting and I
was able to take my
time to absorb
information – there
was no class ...
The Results

Organisation
Of The Year 2012

Enrolments
Completions
Staff buy in…
Where To Now?
Reporting Access For Managers
Developing Culture =
ELearning Initiatives
 Branding Refresh
 GLADIS Champio...
The
E-Journey
Will
Continue …
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Gwalia: An Unexpected e-Journey

412

Published on

Grwp Gwalia's Huw Selywn and Lauren Vivian takes Learning Pool Live delegates through Gwalia's Unexpected e-Journey over the last 12 months.

Published in: Business, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
412
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
4
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Gwalia: An Unexpected e-Journey"

  1. 1. An Unexpected E-Journey Housekeeping
  2. 2. Who Are We We are a leading provider of housing and care services in south and mid Wales. We employ around 1500 staff across the business and manage over 10,300 units of accommodation and over 2,700 units of care.
  3. 3. What We Do  Social Housing for rent  Affordable homes for sale  Student Housing  Supported Housing  Social Care  Floating Support  Residential & Nursing Care Homes
  4. 4. Before e-Learning  Health & Safety training  2 or 4 day classroom  All new staff to attend
  5. 5. What Did We Do  Assess the training as was  Several different methods – Extra Induction day? – Going out to schemes? – E-learning …YES!
  6. 6. How Did That Go Down?  Buy in from Exec  Ready to go… Culture I.T. Literacy Scepticism Appetite Unsure We Need Heroes…
  7. 7. Our Heroes Staff did not have access to computers on a regular basis, this meant that GLADIS records were poor. Tony Rowlands Head of Hygiene and Cleaning Services. Some staff had been with Gwalia for years and not completed one elearning module. L&D worked with all cleaning staff to complete mandatory modules.
  8. 8. Our Heroes It allows me to monitor the progression of staff teams and to work with managers where there needs to be improvements made. I can identify good practice at service and team levels at a touch of a button. GLADIS is great for succession planning and very useful when tendering too. Sherri Sargent Service & Improvement Manager.
  9. 9. Our Heroes this new concept is very interesting and I was able to take my time to absorb information – there was no class room pressure. Once I got over my fear of using a computer I enjoyed the training, built my confidence and skills. I prefer the classroom setting method of learning – computers frustrate me!
  10. 10. The Results Organisation Of The Year 2012 Enrolments Completions Staff buy in…
  11. 11. Where To Now? Reporting Access For Managers Developing Culture = ELearning Initiatives  Branding Refresh  GLADIS Champions  More Internal Promotion  GLADIS Training  Essential Skills/ Ecdl
  12. 12. The E-Journey Will Continue …
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×