September 25, 2019

Over three thousand courses completed on myLearning

Since the July launch of the new Learning Management System (LMS), Northern Health staff have completed 3,190 courses and spent around 15 minutes within the system during each visit.

Bec Gilbert, Project Manager, said she is proud of the team’s achievements and the work that has been put into the new LMS.

“Since the launch, we have had a hive of activity as we continue to design and deliver new courses for our employees and streamline processes to support the system now, and into the future,” she said.

“Having training modules in one central location makes it easier for Northern Health staff to access and complete their training requirements in a flexible and dynamic time frame of the working day,” said Michelle Fenwick, Executive Director People and Culture.

The myLearning project team isn’t slowing down any time soon and will continue to provide support, while developing six new courses.

“Now, we are expecting improved access, performance and completion of mandatory training and the continued expansion of our present education and training within myLearning for us all to enjoy in the coming months,” Bec said.

New courses will continue to be added to myLearning over the following six months, leading up to accreditation in May 2020.

Some of the courses currently available on myLearning include Fire and Emergency, Hand Hygiene and many more. New courses will include topics like Children at Risk, Blood Safe Learning, Open Disclosure and more.

Click here for the full list of current and new courses.