Critical Career Path Planning For Your Employees

Many organizations say that their people are their priority – but whether they walk the walk is another question entirely. So, does career path planning really matter? The answer is a resounding “yes!” If you’ve ever worked anywhere that you felt truly valued, you know how much mentoring and recognition have to do with our […]

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September Roundup: Best of Blogs

September was a busy month for many of us. Summer officially ended and students returned to learning, either virtually or in person. With everything going on, it can be easy to miss a blog or two. That’s why we’ve rounded up our top September news for you right here – enjoy! Vector Solutions: How to […]

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Why Self-Directed Learning Is Trending (& Why That’s A Great Thing!)

From curbside pickups to online therapy and virtual assistants, we’re turning to tech to help us through the unprecedented challenge of a global pandemic that requires physical distancing. While we’ve seen the benefits – and been proponents of online learning for a long time – we’re excited to see more businesses and organizations embrace self-directed […]

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How COVID is Changing Corporate Training For Good

Of all the changes that have happened as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the most drastic has been to our working lives. The dramatic and sudden shift to remote working has been both a challenge and an opportunity for our workplaces, and the same goes specifically for corporate training. Professional development, safety […]

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How To Use Simulation Training To Reduce Risk In Your Organization

From the military to medicine, simulation training has long been utilized to help learners combine the knowledge learned in their coursework with practical skills to improve outcomes and decrease risk. From fire rescue training to operating a forklift, simulation training can be integrated into your professional and safety training courses to increase retention (and enjoyment!) […]

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August Roundup: Best of Blogs

The monthly blog roundup is BACK! After a brief hiatus to focus on helping our customers and communities stay safe and healthy during the COVID pandemic, we are excited to bring our roundups back so we can share the latest and greatest news from across the Vector family. Enjoy! Vector Solutions: How to Improve Your […]

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How To Improve Your Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Practices in eLearning Courses

An Interview with Vector’s Director of Content Design, Laureen Palmisano Ranz When we consider how to optimize our courses, we talk a lot about tactics like analytics and course authoring tools, but one of the most critical components to every course we create here at Vector Solutions is diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I). Too often, […]

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5 Perks of Using Analytics To Set Your Organization’s Performance Benchmarks

We’ve all heard the sayings: “if you can measure it, you can manage it,” or, even better, “if you can’t measure it, it doesn’t exist.” Even if you wouldn’t take it quite that far, there’s no arguing that data is a huge part of maximizing performance across our organizations and certainly within eLearning. That said, […]

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A New Vector Solutions Logo Reflects Added Dimension of Solutions

Change is good. It signifies progress and advancement. At Vector Solutions, we’re not afraid of change. From acquisitions of new companies and brands to the introduction of new products and solutions, we have a tenacity for embracing new technology.  This focus is to bring our clients more.  More innovation. More resources and solutions that are critical […]

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Back-To-School Safety in 2020: Leveraging Technology To Keep Students Safe

In years past, our back-to-school safety posts focused on helping prepare parents and educators for welcoming students safely back to school. This year, we are facing a new type of danger in schools: COVID-19. With so much uncertainty about how opening schools will impact the spread of the virus, keeping children and teachers safe at […]

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