Learning is targeted and focused: bite-size knowledge injections are made available on a ‘pick-and-mix’ basis, with the possible option of adding them together to form a more comprehensive programme. New team members can get up-to-speed with the required financial accounting knowledge fairly quickly.
Learning is web-based and participants can work on-line or off-line.
The structure is as follows:
- Small assignments are sent to the participant and these must be followed in progression. These assignments eventually make up a full size comprehensive IFRS training manual.
- Each Assignment contains:
- Self-study part which comprises theory, examples, progress tests, practice case studies that must be completed before viewing the model solutions.
- Comprehensive case studies to be solved by the individual and sent to the tutor for feedback.
- Tutor feedback: personalised resources created for each individual participant. These resources accumulate in the participant’s personal database and can be used as reference during work. This is one of the most important parts of the programme.
- Follow-up case studies (tests) based on the weaknesses of the individual, which are developed by the tutor and sent to the participant to complete. This is to ensure that weaknesses are covered and the participant can progress to the next Assignment.
- One Module is made up of several Assignments.
- Participants can communicate with the tutor through the messaging system (it is like internal e-mailing) to resolve any queries or concerns they have. Any messages sent are also sent as e-mails at the same time.
- If required, HR / Line Manager can view the progress of each individual or group in real time. They also receive prompts when a participant delays the submission of an Assignment.
Life-cycle of a Gnosis i-learning Assignment
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