'Learning never stops' | Pandemic sparks 70% increase in digital learning

Pandemic sparks 70% increase in digital learning

Following the huge disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it seems that despite all the turbulence, digital learning has started to spike.

In fact, the latest Learning and Skills at Work report from the CIPD and Accenture has revealed that seven in ten organisations (70%) have reported an increase in the use of digital or online solutions over the last year.

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