Our aim is to inform our readers about the latest trends and techniques in e-learning, while giving you a little insight to who we are as a company.

A fresh look at online compliance training

posted by Claire Lavin | 17th July, 2014 | Category : Inside Learning Seat, Interviews & Case Studies, New Content & Updates

As a young person new to the workforce, we asked our work experience student, Hayden Nicholls, to share what he thought about The S.A.F.E. Files, and some of the issues associated with safe, appropriate, fair and equitable behaviour in the workplace. My name is Hayden Nicholls. I’m in Year 10, and I’ve been doing work Read more …

Profile: Lindsay Evans, Legal Counsel

posted by Claire Lavin | 16th July, 2014 | Category : Inside Learning Seat, Interviews & Case Studies

Meet one of the newest additions at Learning Seat – Legal Counsel Lindsay Evans     So, Lindsay, what’s your background and what led you to join the team at Learning Seat? I’m originally from the United Kingdom, where I trained and then worked as an employment lawyer for four years.  In 2011, I moved Read more …

ID 101: The value of instructional design

posted by John Slattery | 10th July, 2014 | Category : Interviews & Case Studies, Tips & Resources

In Learning Seat’s course development process, instructional design hours make up around one third of the total time allocated to each project. So, as a client, I guess you’d be keen to know what value an instructional designer actually brings to your new course. And fair enough too. So let’s start with a quick definition Read more …

Breaking news: New fraud and whistleblowers launch

posted by Catherine Ellis | 13th June, 2014 | Category : New Content & Updates

Learning Seat CEO, Scott Deane, has just announced the imminent launch of two brand new library courses, ‘Fraud awareness’ and ‘Whistleblowers’. “We’re very excited about both the content and creative approach for these courses and we think our clients will be too,” says Deane. “By again partnering with top tier law firm Lander & Rogers Read more …

Stay Smart Online Week – Steps to help protect you using social network sites

posted by Catherine Ellis | 3rd June, 2014 | Category : Tips & Resources

Learning Seat are proud partners of Stay Smart Online Week, helping Australians use the internet – whether at home, the workplace or at school. Here are some steps to help protect you using social network sites. Select this link for a downloadable version of ‘The Beanlings’ Stay Smart Online Week Campaign.