News in brief

This month’s news in brief

– The UK arm of the world’s biggest independent computer training company,
New Horizons Computer Learning Centres, has linked up with content developer
Fuel to provide bespoke e-learning programmes. New Horizons, which has seven
training centres and several satellite centres around the UK, will market the
service, while Fuel will tailor the program to the customers’ needs.

– Visitors to Online Learning 2002 Europe conference, being held at ExCel in
London’s Docklands 5-6 March, will see some of the best e-learning the UK and
Europe has to offer in a set of real-world presentations and case histories in
the E-learning Showcase, organised and sponsored by the eLearning Network
(ELN).  www.elearningnetwork.org   www.vnuonlinelearning.co.uk

– DaimlerChrysler has gone live with its Saba Learning training programme
for more than 100,000 employees and dealers. The system will combine several
disparate training systems at DaimlerChrysler into a single solution and
integrate it with their financial and HR systems.

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