2024 roadmap
3 min read/Published On: February 6, 2024/581 words/

2024 Roadmap for GML Customers

At Grey Matter Learning, we are committed to improving lives through learning. Our 2024 roadmap outlines exciting new developments and enhancements to our course offerings, each designed to further our impact and commitment to excellence.

eLearning Course Updates

March 2024: Leadership and Management Course Package

This year, we’re updating our Leadership and Management online course package. The course package will be available as a standalone subscription and will feature 20 leadership courses for care, including two new courses focused on Women in Leadership, aimed at empowering women in managerial positions and promoting diversity in leadership. These courses part of our ongoing effort to provide comprehensive and relevant training in leadership and management.

April 2024: Wellbeing Course Package Launch

Our new Wellbeing course package, featuring 20 courses, is also set to launch early this year. This new online course package be a separate bundle to our main Unlimited subscription and will cover a wide range of topics relating to wellbeing, designed to provide learners with the knowledge and tools to manage and improve their personal and professional wellbeing.

Ongoing new course development

Alongside these major launches, we are also committed to developing new courses for our standard package. The first to be released in February 2024 is a course on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). However, that’s not all! We have a range of other courses in the pipeline that will be released throughout the year including:

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Hate Crime
  • Working at Heights
  • Ligature Awareness
  • Schizophrenia
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • And more… watch this space!

Click eLearning Platform Updates

In addition to our course development, we are also enhancing our Learning Management System (LMS) to provide you with a seamless and efficient learning experience. Our priorities for 2024 include:

Compliance report by group

  • Work is underway to introduce a new report that breaks down your organisation’s compliance by group. This enhancement will empower you to identify high-performing teams and those that may require additional attention to elevate their compliance levels.

Import learning history

  • For new customers, we’re introducing the ability to import prior learning activities and seamlessly integrate them into your training matrix. This update ensures that your training records not only reflect current courses but also incorporate historical learning data, offering a comprehensive overview of your team’s training journey.

Refresher tracking for sessions (in-house training)

  • We’ve heard your requests! With sessions, you’ll soon have the capability to set refreshment schedules for your in-house training activities. This feature allows you to specify when a session needs to be refreshed, ensuring that your team’s knowledge remains up-to-date. Additionally, our reporting will be updated to highlight when learners require refresher sessions.

Unlock assessments feature

  • We’re excited to announce that testing is underway to reintroduce the “Unlock Assessments” feature. While initially released last year, it was temporarily removed due to some technical issues. Our team has been hard at work resolving these issues, and we aim to reintroduce this valuable functionality soon.

Elevate care standards with GML

At Grey Matter Learning, we are always exploring new ways to enhance our eLearning offerings, including Click Learning Management System. Our 2024 roadmap represents our commitment to delivering high-quality, impactful learning experiences and continuously improving the tools and features that support your training.

So, if you’re ready to elevate the quality of care you provide, we’re here to support you. Each course we offer is meticulously designed to meet the diverse and evolving needs of the social care sector. Let’s work together to transform the quality of care in the social sector.


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