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Leicester City Council's Pete Veasey on 'Proving E-learning Payback'

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Leicester City Council's Pete Veasey on 'Proving E-learning Payback' at the Learning pool Community Day, 14 September 2011.

Leicester City Council's Pete Veasey on 'Proving E-learning Payback' at the Learning pool Community Day, 14 September 2011.

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  • 1. Proving e-Learning PaybackPete VeaseyLeicester City Council
    02/09/2011
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  • 2. Proving e-Learning Payback
    In the beginning…
    Need to provide “Safeguarding Alerter” awareness
    Initially limited to defined roles
    Face 2 Face session developed
    02/09/2011
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  • 3. Proving e-Learning Payback
    To start the process
    Embarked on program of 2 hour sessions
    Target audience re-defined (now ALL staff)
    Soon became clear – F2F never ending task
    … and expensive!
    02/09/2011
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  • 4. Proving e-Learning Payback
    Face to Face Costs per day…
    Room £ 150
    Delivery (2 x 2hrs) £ 85
    Attendee expenses (40 x £6.20) £ 248
    Total £ 483
    02/09/2011
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  • 5. Proving e-Learning Payback
    Face to Face Costs …
    Costs Per day for 40 staff £ 483
    40 staff, 2 hours @ £15 £ 1,200
    Daily Cost £ 1,683
    Say 5,000 staff = 125 days £ 210,375
    1 off design cost £ 840
    Total £ 211,215
    02/09/2011
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  • 6. Proving e-Learning Payback
    large numbers of staff, would it ever end?
    Considered own Moodle, no time to develop expertise
    Research unearthed
    Public Sector
    “Sharing” philosophy
    02/09/2011
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  • 7. Proving e-Learning Payback
    e-Learning costs…
    Develop module £21 x 97 hrs £ 2,037
    DLE Costs and Admin (12 months) £ 16,518
    Learner time 1hr @£15 x 5,000 £ 75,000
    Total 5,000 staff e-Learning £ 93,555
    02/09/2011
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  • 8. Proving e-Learning Payback
    Safeguarding Awareness for 5,000 staff
    Based on 12 months
    Face to Face £ 211,215
    e-Learning £ 93,555
    Potential Saving £ 117,733
    Per capita £ 24
    02/09/2011
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  • 9. Proving e-Learning Payback
    Choose projects carefully
    Financial advantage is only part of the picture
    Well designed / engaging e-learning
    “footfall” is vital as evidence of use
    Without continued engagement
    Diminishing value
    Less well trained staff
    02/09/2011
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  • 10. Proving e-Learning Payback
    Further Projects to measure
    Recruitment module (potentially 10% of staff)
    Replaces 50% of a 3 day course
    Health & Safety suite of modules
    Replace 4 days classroom courses
    02/09/2011
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  • 11. Skills & Knowledge Questionnaire
    Children and Young People’s Workface
    Several hundred staff
    Survey to identify development needs (GAP)
    Work in progress to identify costs of traditional methods compared to LP Reports (.xlsx)
    Expect to see huge savings in the time taken to analyse results.
    02/09/2011
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