The GAI has launched a new-look Learning Hub for students taking its world-class programme of training courses.
The new Learning Hub opened its digital doors on 1 September at the start of the new 2022-23 GAI education year. The hub has been designed as an easy-to-navigate learning management system, fully responsive for both mobile and desktop use,
and suitable for all devices, browsers and operating systems.
The system integrates with Microsoft Teams to support the delivery of face-to-face classroom training courses, and allows tutors to communicate with groups or individuals through either email or direct messaging.
Additional features are designed to motivate and encourage learner engagement, such as achievement badges and league tables.
GAI training and development manager Rachel Tipton said: “The new GAI Learning Hub is an important demonstration of our commitment to a world-class learner experience. And with this year’s three new specialist qualifications, I think it underlines the quality,
breadth and continuing relevance of our programme.”
GAI student data from 2015 onwards has been transferred as part of the switchover, allowing students to access their learning history and pick up their studies on the new GAI Learning Hub.
From January 2023 the hub will also support the tracking of CPD points towards GAI registered and certified statuses, including RegAI standard.