E-learning news in brief

This
months e-learning news in brief


Edexcel and AdVal KeyKnowledge have joined forces to launch the e-learning BTEC
Certificate in Management Studies, being introduced to the corporate and
education 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, is
implementing Global Knowledge’s OnDemand Personal Navigator system to help it
train 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, language
courses, medical and psychology degrees and photography courses, according to
latest statistics from World Wide Learn, provider of the world’s largest
directory of e-learning courses and online education.  www.worldwidelearn.com

NETg,
part of the Thomson Corporation, is developing a joint curriculum with IBM for
Cisco certification. The eight to 12-week ‘boot camp’ is designed to train
around three million networking professionals who want Cisco skills and
certification every year.  www.netg.com

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