Nothing has shaken up the e-learning industry and provoked debate as much as Rapid E-learning. Does it really work? Can it really make an impact?
Now Kineo will join a live debate of e-learning professionals to prove once and for all, that yes is theanswer.
As leaders in Rapid E-learning, Kineo has been an advocate and champion of a Rapid approach to E-learning development from the start.
This can’t be said of the whole of the e-learning industry though, with many providers still viewing Rapid E-learning as a threat to traditional models and a risk to quality.
Clearly it’s time for a proper debate on the subject.
The E-learning Network has decided to bring the two sides together for a live debate – and Kineo welcomes the opportunity to bring its experience and views to the table.
Entitled ‘Rapid E-learning: dumbing down or gearing up?’, the debate gathers together professionals from around the UK to address the points. Kineo’s Managing Partner Steve Rayson will speak at the event.
“Since we started developing Rapid E-learning for our clients, over two years ago, we’ve courted controversy, with many providers arguing that the model can’t deliver effective results. We feel that the results speak for themselves – BP, Google, Marks and Spencer, Cable & Wireless and HSBC have all proven that you can deliver quality, at speed, and cost effectively, through their partnerships with us.”
“The e-learning industry has been stuck in a time-warp for too long, clinging to outdated theories and development models. We believe that our fresh approach to Rapid E-learning is a positive force for change. We’re proud to have clients of such a high calibre who agree with us, and we’re really looking forward to a good debate on the topic. Kineo literally means ‘to stir things up’, so bring it on!”
The debate is on May 23rd in Holborn in London.