The hospitality industry operates has many challenges when it comes to training: high staff-turnover, ever-changing compliance legislation and a customer-centric focus. So how do you train every member of staff to the same high standard so that customers and clients receive a consistently great experience every time?
With eLearning of course! Hospitality staff need
If you couldn’t join us at learning technologies 2016 we have compiled a short video to show you what you missed. Enjoy!
A case study undertaken by the HSA has found that the average annual cost of workplace injuries to Irish business lies at around €52,000, and can rise up to and above €3.8 million per case. This figure excludes productivity losses in most cases.
The restaurant industry employs over 64,000 people in Ireland. With so
If you didn’t already know it, we had a great time at Learning Technologies 2016. Turns out the visitors had a great time on our stand too! The pollster from Now Monday conducted an exit poll of hundreds of visitors and we were Number 4 in the “Ones to Watch” category and made it to08/02/2016 Read more
This year’s Learning Technologies trade show has gone down a treat with us and those we spoke to at the show; a fantastic turnout of over 250 exhibitors and 7,500 visitors. Olive Group’s CEO Brendan Kavanagh delivered a stand out talk dispelling the myths and misconceptions surrounding the use of interactive video in elearning and05/02/2016 Read more
Cheating is a topic those who are new to ELearning will often raise. Do staff really do the training they’re allocated, how can you prevent fraud, and is it not just “click-click-click….”? When you are investing in a new way of doing training across your company you’ll want to make sure that the content
If you want to learn how to tie a bow or bake a cake chances are your first stop will be YouTube. If you disagree with that, you might be in the minority who still prefer learning through text, imagery and diagrams. Today 55% of millennials (those born after 1980-00s) choose video over text online,01/02/2016 Read more
The Restaurant Association of Ireland and Olive Group have partnered to launch a new online training platform, available for purchase by all association members. Typically a digital training platform saves over 50% in direct training costs and 80% in time spent learning, in comparison to other methods of training, such as classroom-based.
RAI’s training platform