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A must-attend event in the security industry’s calendar, the 6th & 7th of March sees the return of the Security & Counter Terror Expo (SCTX), hosted at London’s Olympia.

The leading expo of its kind, SCTX will welcome over 10,000 senior security professionals from FTSE 100 companies, government organisations, the military, police and emergency services, all with the primary aim of combating terrorism and risks to safety, be it personnel, company or country-wide.

Lawrence Cook, Business Analyst at Rhapsody, will be at the expo, sharing his knowledge of how organisations can incorporate eLearning technology in order to protect its biggest asset - its people.

With the global eLearning market expected to reach $325 billion by 2025 (from $107 Billion in 2015), there is no doubt that online learning is a trend which shows no sign of slowing down. Gone are the days of corporate training delivered through a flat Powerpoint presentation, eLearning means immersive, engaging and with a proven uplift in retention and pass rates, a vital way of ensuring your employees have the most comprehensive knowledge and information to fulfill their roles. This is especially crucial with regards to travel safety advice. Check out this recent example created for Alert:24, part of the global NASDAQ-listed Willis Towers Watson company.

If your company’s duty of care to employees includes corporate training, Lawrie is available throughout the expo for one-to-one meetings, where he will be able to talk you through the benefits of awareness training, delivered through a custom Learning Management System.

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With the level of risk around the world at an all-time high, and ever-increasing, Rhapsody can help you protect your most valuable asset - their people.