Aurion Learning creates CPD Centre for solicitors

Aurion Learning, a specialist online learning solutions provider is working with the  Law Society of England and Wales to create a new online learning portal to be launched in March 2010.

The Belfast based company has beaten off stiff competition to win a substantial contract to design and develop an online continuing professional development (CPD) portal for the Law Society.

Dr Maureen Murphy, Managing Director at Aurion Learning, commented, ”This is another great opportunity for us to continue our work in developing CPD management solutions across professional bodies in the UK.”

The Law Society’s ‘CPD Centre’ is a learning portal that will allow users to access a number of useful features including a training needs assessment tool, a personal development plan, a personal diary, an events diary and a learning reflection area. It will also come equipped with a suite of e-learning programmes, for example the Solicitor’s Code of Conduct, that will enable the Law Society to deliver training direct to all portal users.

Speaking about the development, John Tarry, Director of Commercial Services at the Law Society said, ”We are very excited to be working with Aurion Learning to develop our new CPD portal which will transform our membership services. The portal will be available to more than 125,000 users and will allow them to plan, record and manage their CPD activities in one place. It will allow us to create a dedicated online environment in which we can communicate directly with our members, help them manage their CPD activities, provide training, and facilitate knowledge sharing.”

The Law Society CPD portal is now in development and will be available in March.

For more information contact: Noleen Turner, Marketing Officer, Aurion Learning
Tel: 02890 643211  Email: noleen.turner@aurionlearning.com

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