Happy Computers is introducing its on-line training company, LearnFish, which produces on-line training materials that are learner-focused, enabling employees to be questioned and guided as active independent learners.
Oddball will launch three courses. Chill Out! aims to reduce stress, while Healthy Learning looks at how to get more out of training with less time spent on study and greater retention. The third addition is Wizard of Odd, which looks the covert use of training techniques in impromptu sessions.
Edexcel’s latest product is the BTec Award in Information Technology, which rewards candidates’ competence in handling Microsoft desktop applications using online assessment. Other new products include IT NVQs at all levels, and a Microsoft Office user specialist qualification.
Adesoft will introduce its ADE PRO Intranet, a scheduling management software programme that handles a complex series of constraints simultaneously. The product is billed as the first timetabling solution available across the Internet for e-workforce management in HR and training centres.
EQuest One will demonstrate its learning packages for the first time in the UK. The company provides materials focused on e-business and IT to provide knowledge and skills for the new economy.
Fuel is launching its e-learning solution that provides content delivery, testing and management across the Web.