Introducing IOB Learn:
New UX Updates to IOB Learn (August 2021):
Here's a quick guide on how to use IOB Learn.
You can access all the content as on the desktop. More details on the use of the app are available in the IOB Learn user guide.
Yes, you use your membership number or email (that we have on our records for you) and password as you would when logging through a desktop browser.
It will not waste more battery than if you were logging in and using the platform through a browser. Some content such as a video, on the browser and the app, may use up more battery life than general browsing.
Selecting learning goals/areas of interest and skills allows for a more personalised experience on the platform. Once you’ve indicated your preferences to us, we can serve you content based on your interests. You are required to select at least one learning goal/area of interest before proceeding and skills can be skipped.
The app is tracking user data to gather general information about the services you are using. We will use this data to help improve the platform experience.
No, you will not. You will only be asked the first time you log in.
When you log into IOB Learn on www.iob.ie click on IOB Members. Click Access My CPD. This will redirect you to the overview CPD page that you are already familiar with. Once you click on Go for your particular designation you will have access to view and record CPD hours, complete eCPD modules, access CPD downloads and submit accreditation requests. A more detailed step-by-step guide is available in the IOB Learn User Guide.
If you are registered for Trimester 2 the module material will be available from Monday, 8 February. To access the material click on the module name under My Learning Plan. Then click on the module card and View more which will bring you to the module material. A more detailed step-by-step guide is available in the IOB Learn User Guide.
Not all content on IOB Learn is accredited for CPD hours. Our micro content will give you a short piece of learning on a specific topic by an expert in the field. These micro learnings are short videos, podcast and articles ranging from 5 minutes to 60 minutes. Some of the content is created by our own lecturers and some if it is sourced from other education organisations. The nature of this type of learning does not meet the formal criteria for CPD hours accreditation, for example, some of it is too short (less than 30 minutes) and there are no assessments required for completion.
As usual all eCPD modules will be accredited and relevant to the designation that you are viewing. For events, you need to view the information that will inform you if the event/content is accredited for CPD hours and for which designations.
On the homepage of IOB Learn, click on IOB Members. Click on the IOB Store card. The following screens will bring you to the IOB Store where you can re-register to a module.
On the homepage of IOB Learn and click on IOB Members. Click on the IOB Programme Info card. This will bring you to the programme webpage, where the 'Apply now' or Enrol now' process can be followed for the relevant programme. Once a student is registered to a module, module content can be accessed via clicking on Groups and clicking into the relevant module group. More detailed step-by-step guide is available in the IOB Learn User Guide.
On the homepage of IOB Learn click on IOB Members. You will need to click on the IOB Programme Info card. This will bring you to the programme webpage where you can find the relevant programme.
On the homepage of IOB Learn click on IOB Members. Then click on the Student info card. A new tab will open where you can find the Supports and scholarships section where information around IFS Skillnet Funding as well as access to the relevant programme pages can be found.
Micro learning (Micros) is a short piece of learning on a specific topic by an expert in the field. These micro learnings are short videos, podcast and articles ranging from 5 minutes to 60 minutes. Some of the content is created by our own lecturers and some if it is sourced from other education organsiations. Micros are available under the IOB Members section of IOB Learn and will appear in search results when using the search option on IOB Learn homepage. They are not based on your selected learning goals/areas of interests and skills.
To access to the online library click on IOB Members and you will see an online library card in the Member Resources section.
You can update your personal details by clicking on IOB Members and then click on Update My details card. This will bring you to the location where you can update your contact details such as your email address or mobile number.
On the IOB Learn homepage click on IOB Members and then My Correspondence card. A new tab will open up and you will be able to access your correspondence from here.
Our online events are held on Zoom. Once you register for an event, a link to access the webinar will be emailed to you closer to the time of the event.
You can bookmark content, to allow easy access for viewing content later. Any bookmarked content can be viewed by clicking on More on the top right-hand side of the screen, and then clicking on Bookmarks. Content can be bookmarked by clicking on the bookmark icon ( ) in the top right-hand corner of a card.
A group is a learning community to which you are assigned and into which access to certain parts of your learning (modules, skills certificates) will be placed. You can access your content via your group or you can access your content via My Learning.
Some of the sections will open in a new tab so to return to the homepage you simply close out of the tab you are in otherwise, where available, you click on My Home in the top left-hand corner.
Edcast are the suppliers of the technical platform hosting IOB Learn and the data is stored in the EU under GDPR regulations.