Author: eLearningLair

Regulatory Compliance Training for Amazon Prime Air

Amazon Air, the air cargo division of Amazon, operates a fleet of airplanes within a highly regulated aerospace environment. To ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and maintain safety standards, Amazon Air partnered with eLearningLair to develop comprehensive online training materials. This program aimed to educate their personnel on the regulations governing airplane operations, specifically focusing on FAA guidelines.

Cyber Security Training

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) recognized the critical importance of cyber security in protecting their sensitive operations and data. To address this need, they partnered with eLearningLair to develop an engaging and informative cyber security training module. This training aimed to equip CNSC employees with the knowledge and skills necessary to safeguard their digital infrastructure against potential cyber threats.

Trauma and Healthcare

The Minnesota Department of Health Trauma Education eLearning program is a comprehensive training initiative consisting of 16 modules designed to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to assess and treat trauma patients effectively. This program aligns with the education requirements of Minnesota’s statewide trauma system and the Minnesota Board of Nursing.

Onboarding in Communications

SaskTel, a leading telecommunications company in Saskatchewan, recognized the need to streamline and enhance their onboarding process for new employees. They sought a comprehensive and effective training solution that would ensure new hires quickly understood the company’s culture, values, and operational procedures. To achieve this, SaskTel partnered with eLearningLair to develop an innovative onboarding online training course tailored to their specific needs and vision.

Onboarding in Hospitality

Reverb Hotels, a new hotel brand launched by Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, aimed to establish a unique and vibrant identity in the hospitality industry. To achieve this, they needed to ensure that all new employees were well-versed in the brand’s values, standards, and operational procedures from the outset. Reverb Hotels partnered with eLearningLair to develop a comprehensive set of onboarding online training courses tailored to their specific needs and vision.

Workplace Harassment and Violence

CBC Radio Canada, a prominent national broadcaster, recognized the critical need to foster a safe and respectful workplace environment. To address issues of workplace harassment and violence, they sought a comprehensive and effective training solution for their diverse workforce. CBC Radio Canada partnered with eLearningLair to develop an online training course specifically designed to educate employees on recognizing, preventing, and addressing harassment and violence in the workplace.

Health and Safety

Restaurant Brands International (RBI), a leading multinational fast food holding company, sought to enhance their health and safety training for employees across their global brands, including Burger King, Tim Hortons, and Popeyes. They needed a scalable, interactive, and engaging training solution to ensure consistent and comprehensive education on health and safety practices for their workforce. eLearningLair was engaged to develop an innovative online training course tailored to RBI’s specific needs.

Understanding Bias and Cultural Awareness

The San Diego Sheriff Department recognized the critical importance of fostering a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion within their ranks. To address this, they partnered with eLearningLair to develop a comprehensive online training program on Understanding Bias and Cultural Awareness. This initiative aimed to equip their personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and mitigate biases, promote cultural sensitivity, and strengthen community relations.

FNIM Culture Program for Ontario Health

In 2021, Ontario Health sought to enhance the understanding and awareness of First Nations, Indigenous, Inuit, and Métis (FNIM) culture among its healthcare professionals. To achieve this, they selected eLearningLair (eLL) to develop a comprehensive 14-module eLearning program covering various facets of FNIM culture. This program aimed to educate healthcare workers on topics such as Political Governance, Education, Community Health Services, Arts, and Legacy, with a particular focus on understanding the impact of historical events on the health and well-being of FNIM communities.