E-learning news in brief

first_imgThismonths e-learning news in brief–Edexcel and AdVal KeyKnowledge have joined forces to launch the e-learning BTECCertificate in Management Studies, being introduced to the corporate andeducation market. It contains more than 60 hours of e-learning,including streamed case studies.  www.key-knowledge.com  www.adval.co.uk–Air transport industry information and telecoms solutions provider, SITA, isimplementing Global Knowledge’s OnDemand Personal Navigator system to help ittrain 400 staff across 108 countries in its new Siebel-based helpdesk system.  www.globalknowledge.com–The five most popular e-learning categories are education degrees, languagecourses, medical and psychology degrees and photography courses, according tolatest statistics from World Wide Learn, provider of the world’s largestdirectory of e-learning courses and online education.  www.worldwidelearn.comNETg,part of the Thomson Corporation, is developing a joint curriculum with IBM forCisco certification. The eight to 12-week ‘boot camp’ is designed to trainaround three million networking professionals who want Cisco skills andcertification every year.  www.netg.com Comments are closed. E-learning news in briefOn 1 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more