Past meets future: Museums embrace latest digital learning technologies

Employees and volunteers at National Museums Liverpool are soon to access the majority of their work-based learning online rather than in the classroom.

The group, of eight museums and art galleries, has agreed a contract with digital learning experts, Me Learning, which will see old-style face-to-face training replaced with state-of-the-art digital learning. This means that in future up to 1,000 employees and volunteers will access courses via computers on a wide range of workplace topics including health and safety, GDPR, safeguarding and a broad selection of business skills.

Me Learning CEO, Nick Richards says:

“We are delighted to be working with National Museums Liverpool to help improve the quality and availability of training for their employees and volunteers.

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