What’s new?

We’re always developing something new – find out more about new development opportunities and initiatives available now or coming soon.


 

 

 

5 April 2019 – new e-learning module now available.

A new Asbestos Awareness module is now available in Login to Learn. This is a mandatory course for certain users within housing property and projects but is also relevant to anyone in NLC who wants to know more about asbestos safety.

You can find it under the heading Health & Safety in your course list.

 

13 February 2019 – new e-learning modules now available.

Impact Assessments – This module is for anyone who is required to complete an Impact assessment as part of the creation or revision of policies, strategies, initiatives etc and explains the purpose of an Impact assessment, the reasons why they are so important, and gives a step by step guide on how to complete each section of the Impact Assessment form.

Document Awareness – This forms part of the CONTEST series of modules and will give useful information on how to identify fraudulent documentation and how you should deal with suspected fraud.

 

Upcoming modules

Induction – A new induction module will be available with updated information on North Lanarkshire Council and the area we serve.

Advanced Risk Management – the existing module has been temporarily removed from login to learn and a revised module will be available soon.


Look out for some updated videos to help you use mySelf and myTeam more effectively, including how to use the new learning and development area to book and authorise training requests.


Hot off the press – guidance on how to use the new learning and development functionality on mySelf. You can view this below or download/print a copy.


Did you know? learnNL also works on tablets and hand held devices such as ipads/phones and android devices. Just use the following url – www.nlclearningacademy.co.uk


New online learning available – we’ve added a link to Duolanguage, a free online site that can help you learn a new language. You can find the link to this on the free online learning page