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National Trust adds e-learning to induction programme

The National Trust, which holds historic properties and landscapes all over England, Wales and Northern Ireland, is to incorporate e-learning into its induction training programme.

Jonathan Noall, senior training and development manager for the National Trust said "e-Learning is an extremely good option for us, as it removes the need for new staff or their trainers to travel large distances because the e learning course will be available remotely at all our sites.

"This will give the organisation a much more flexible and cost-effective way to deliver our core induction content, as part of a mixture of learning approaches delivered at a local level."

The National Trust awarded the course production contract to training provider AdVal following a competitive tendering exercise.

The 90-minute course will feature video interviews with staff at a range of National Trust properties, designed to give learners an insight into how different individuals contribute to the Trust, as well as information about the Trust's history, operation and organisation.

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