3-Step Guide to Generating More Course Bookings Online
We’ve all experienced online booking, in fact it’s second nature to most of us. Thankfully it’s not the security problem-ridden process it once was and this is backed up by recent research showing that 77% of UK Internet users made a purchase online in 2015.Read more
How Lagoon Watersports Capitalise On Seasonal Business
A training management system is an incredibly versatile piece of software used by organisations in a huge variety of ways. These uses include managing events, handling examinations and staying on top of employee learning and development. This 10 part series looks at the varied ways a course management system can be utilised with this post exploring how Lagoon Watersports capitalise on seasonal business with the support of an automated course booking system.Read more
Why Are Online Course Booking Systems So Valuable?
When booking a holiday or ordering a new pair of shoes, where is the first place you would look? A large proportion of us would answer online. Even food shopping has moved on to the web! So why should training and education be any different? Online course booking allows potential customers to search for and register on to training quickly and hassle free.Read more
Get Safe Online Week: 5 Tips For Online Safety And Security
Did you know that this week (19th – 25th October) is Get Safe Online Week which aims to highlight the importance of protecting your personal information online. With the number of businesses opting for online booking and web integration as part of their course management system it’s really important to us that everyone is aware of eCommerce best practice and the simple things that can help protect identities online.Read more
Introducing Our New Training Resource Centre!
When exploring a new topic or looking to make a new purchase, research is key. That is why we have just added a dedicated, easy to browse area where all of our resources can be found! The aim of the Resource Centre is to facilitate individuals looking to further their knowledge in the field of training management and also to support the process of researching, selecting and purchasing an automated system.Read more
Advantages Of Online Course Booking Systems
According to a recent Microsoft survey the average human’s attention span is 8 seconds. That’s 1 second shorter than that of a goldfish! People now expect the ‘Amazon experience’; the ability to search for and choose a product or service quickly, pay in an instant and have 24/7 access. Advancing technology has created the opportunity to facilitate this. When seeking to implement an online booking system, here are 3 key advantages.Read more
Automate Your Course Booking Systems And Save The Planet!
Apparently we are consuming more natural resources than the planet can possibly sustain. But is it really a surprise? Today, Friday 5th June is World Environment Day, a day aimed at raising awareness about the decline of natural resources and encouraging us to do something about it.Read more
Is My Online Booking System Benefiting My Customers?
As recently as a couple of years ago the ability for your customers to book training courses online was viewed as a nice-to-have, but in 2015 this facility is now an essential. More than this though, as consumers have become more and more familiar with other areas of online shopping they now expect a smooth, intuitive booking and payment process. Whether you currently offer online course booking or it is an area you are looking to go into there are 6 key questions that you should be asking yourself.Read more
Get Safe Online Week: 5 Tips For Safe eCommerce
Did you know that this week (20 – 26th October) is Get Safe Online Week. The aim is to draw attention to the importance of protecting your personal information online. E-commerce is growing rapidly and is currently estimated to be worth over $220 billion in the US and $112 billion in Western Europe! Checkout this great infographic which has some fascinating statistics.Read more
How Can Course Booking Systems Automate Administration?
With a minimum cost of £9,000 per year for student to attend university full time, the debate remains healthy on the merits of vocational qualification v’s university education. Although slightly out of date, I think this infographic from the AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) is food for thought University Education – is it the best route into employment?Read more