E-leaning news in brief

first_img Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. E-leaning news in briefOn 1 Sep 2003 in Personnel Today This month’s e-learning news in brief – Training consultancy Develop held a virtual seminar recently todemonstrate the benefits of e-learning to more than 50 companies worldwideusing its Live Interactive Learning (LIL) programme. People can work in groups,use whiteboards, discuss and share work and take tests.  www.develop-solutions.co.uk– QA and SkillSoft are teaming up to deliver a blended soft skillsprogramme. Based on a successful partnership model developed by SkillSoft inthe US, QA’s short, intensive classroom-based workshops will be aligned toSkillSoft’s e-learning content.  www.skillsoft.com, www.qa.com– The Investor Relations Society, the UK body for corporate officers andconsultants, has launched the country’s first professional investor relationsqualifications using Futuremedia’s e-learning solution. The Certificate inInvestor Relations aims to raise the standard of investor relations.  www.futuremedia.co.uk– UKeU, the Government-backed company which provides online courses from UKuniversities, has added a leadership programme. It has been produced by theCentre for Management and Policy Studies on behalf of the Cabinet office inpartnership with Epic Group and iMPOWER. PRIME: Leadership is available onUKeU’s Learning Environment.  www.ukeu.comlast_img read more