An example of our commitment to raising standards within the global financial advisory space, is the recently launched GWM illuminate; a cutting edge, in-house training and knowledge accelerator designed to up-skill all GWM employees.
GWM illuminate offers every GWM employee access to a plethora of learning resources. From a suite of CII and CISI learning materials, internal GWM training modules, processes and systems, and training and engagement materials from key partner providers.
“GWM illuminate is a new, ultra-modern and forward-thinking people engagement tool that delivers the very best CPD accredited regulated learning across the entire business. Our new platform is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from any device and from anywhere in the world.”
The content of GWM illuminate can be customised for each user to
provide relevant learning material for long serving employees as well as new entrants
to the company. This industry leading platform will continually evolve with a
significant number of new learning programmes scheduled for release over
the coming months.
“Integrating seamlessly within the company’s Learning & Development objectives for its staff, GWM illuminate allows us to understand in detail each employee’s personal development needs, focus on those needs and work together to develop their own learning journey.”
The platform contains both structured and unstructured modules and pathways, and is packed with features such as exam guidance, hints and tips, weekly bite sized chunks of essential learning, video tuition, assignments, online timed exams with immediate results and feedback. The cross-platform software also features useful applications such as instant messaging to instructors, and in-platform peer-to-peer communication systems making learning easily accessible.
“GWM are extremely excited to have integrated the use of this technology, which will ensure all of us here at GWM will focus on upskilling our knowledge, whether this be industry, company or provider focused. The opportunity to become better is now truly at the end of our fingertips.”