Eliesha and Kineo win Foreign & Commonwealth Office e-learning contract

Eliesha and Kineo are pleased to announce that they have been selected by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to develop an e-learning course on Crisis Management. 

The aim of the e-learning project is to raise awareness of Crisis Management within the FCO, both at home and overseas.  The FCO finances and manages over 200 overseas diplomatic posts linked together in a single, global network employing some 6,000 UK-based staff and 10,000 local staff.

This is the first contract to be awarded to Eliesha and Kineo since forming a partnership to offer a complete range of learning solutions to public sector organisations in the UK.

The Partnership is focused on creating blended learning solutions that combine a range of learning interventions such as coaching, action learning, workshops, virtual classrooms, e-learning and collaborative learning portals to deliver cost-effective and best in class solutions.

The effectiveness of our methods and the quality of the Partnership’s work is widely recognised. Eliesha are accredited to deliver a range of ILM, CMI, City & Guilds and Edexcel qualifications and have gained ISO9001, Investors in People, and ISO 27001 (Information Security Standard). Kineo’s approach to e-learning has won it numerous awards including e-learning company of the year in the UK in 2008.

The Partnership’s services can be accessed by public sector organisations through a wide range of Government framework contracts, including the Buying Solutions Learning, Development and e-Learning framework contract for:



  • Human Resources

  • Management and Leadership

  • Equality and Diversity

  • Customer service

  • Programme and Project Management

  • Communications and Marketing

  • Health and Welfare

  • Finance

  • Security

  • Information Technology

Kineo Managing Partner, Steve Rayson on behalf of the Partnership commented: “We are proud to have been selected by the FCO for this important project.  We will be working and consulting with key stakeholders to develop an e-learning programme that will engage users and ensure greater awareness of crisis management responses. The learning will develop an understanding about the FCO forms of response, their importance and help reinforce key messages.”

 
 

 

 

 


 

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