Brighton-based e-learning company Brightwave today enters the IT training sector’s prestigious national top 50 for the first time at number 36.
The top 50 listing of companies which supply e-learning and IT training across the UK is based on 2008 revenue. The list is researched and compiled by Pardo Fox for IT Training magazine.
Charles Gould, Brightwave’s MD said: “We’re delighted to enter IT Training’s top 50 for the first time – it’s a key year for Brightwave and follows our recent Scottish office opening. This year’s top 50 further demonstrates the increasing role of engaging e-learning to help businesses deliver much needed training and ensure maximum return from shrinking budgets.”
IT Training magazine publishes its national top 50 IT training company listing annually – the magazine is published by the British Computing Society (BCS). Brightwave also recently contributed to a BCS roundtable, which addressed ‘the future of e-learning’.
Lars Hyland, Brightwave’s director of learning services joined the debate which discussed how organisations can save money with e-learning, whether classroom training is finished and how to get the blended learning approach right.