Kineo to share rapid e-learning insights with defence sector

As organisations from retail to telecommunications turn to rapid e-learning to reduce cost, accelerate delivery and generate better value from e-learning, it’s no wonder an increasing range of sectors is keen to learn how they too can benefit.

Kineo, providers of rapid e-learning will share its insights with the defence sector next week at a major MOD conference.

Kineo have long been advocating the benefits of a rapid approach.  As a pioneer in this field, Kineo has been invited to share its experiences in how rapid e-learning could deliver benefits to the defence sector at the Modern Learning Symposium 2007 (MLS 07), on HMS Sultan in Gosport, on 31 October.

In a presentation entitled Rapid e-learning: tools and techniques, Steve Rayson, managing partner of Kineo will explain:



  • What rapid e-learning means and how it can deliver more for less 

  • The tools and techniques involved and how training teams can take them on board

  • Examples of how rapid approaches are working for organisations like Cable & Wireless, Google and BP.

Speaking ahead of the event, Steve Rayson said: “E-learning has a reputation problem. It takes too long and costs too much. It’s generally not thought of as good value for money. But it doesn’t have to be this way. With rapid e-learning approaches and techniques, it’s possible to accelerate development, reduce cost, and deliver engaging and effective e-learning that provides real value.

“We believe that rapid e-learning can deliver value to the defence sector, and we’re pleased to be invited to share how we’ve partnered with clients including Cable & Wireless, BP and Google to deliver these results and share our insights at this prestigious event.”
As well as presenting, Kineo will exhibit at the exhibition. To learn more about the event go to www.mls07.co.uk.

Kineo will also present and exhibit at Learning Technologies on 30-31 January at the Olympia in London. Kineo is the rapid e-learning leader. Kineo helps organisations including Cable & Wireless, BP, Google, Marks & Spencer, Virgin Media and HBOS to say yes to business needs with rapid e-learning, driving down cost and increasing speed of response to business critical needs.

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