Training Press Releases
Training Press Releases
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Raytheon Professional Services honored by Chief Learning Officer Magazine for helping customers develop e-learning and blended technology practices.
Kallidus will be speaking and exhibiting at the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition next week. Sales and Marketing Director Philip Pyle is running a seminar on ‘Achieving Global Talent Agility’ and will examine how an agile approach to talent management with the right people, processes and technology is essential for meeting rapidly changing business needs and succeeding in today’s global marketplace.
Training Orchestra and Speexx to host expert webinar about improving training management within organisations.
Leading elearning company, Sponge UK, has announced exciting plans for Europe’s largest and most important learning sector event – Learning Technologies 2015 from January 28-29.
Learning Light, the e-learning market analyst and approved centre delivering NVQ Levels 2, 3 and 4 into the workplace, is offering its customers access to an extensive library of generic e-learning content.
Inside Learning Technologies & Skills Magazine is out: the 50th edition and the first of four editions in the run up to the annual Learning Technologies and Learning & Skills events.
TrainingIndustry.com has selected Saffron Interactive as part of its first ever “Top 20 Gamification Companies” list, published this week. Saffron Interactive’s inclusion recognises its history in the area of gamification and its commitment to pushing the boundaries of learning technologies.
The 2014 Towards Maturity Benchmark launches on 6 November 2014.
City & Guilds Kineo Announces Release Of Major New Functionality to the Adapt Learning Open Source Project
Adapt Learning is an open source, responsive elearning development framework. Since its code release to the open source community by City & Guilds Kineo in September 2013, it has gone from strength to strength by gaining more than 90 contributors across the globe.
Annual report on workplace learning shows traditional classroom training is losing ground in favour of online alternatives.
QA supports the Tech Partnership Training Fund, a government-funded scheme for employers to invest more heavily in IT training.
Docebo’s Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), e-learning platform has been named as one of the top eight learning management systems (LMSs) suitable for the UK’s corporate learning sector.
Learning strategist, Xyleme CEO and customers to present on panel and technology demonstrations.
Learning Technologies today published its Conference programme for the upcoming January 2015 event in London; five tracks; seventy expert speakers: the must-attend conference for learning and development professionals.
Learning Light, the UK-based independent e-learning industry market analyst, has produced its own thorough analysis of learning management systems (LMSs) identifying its top performers.
David Wilson, Managing Director of Elearnity, Europe’s leading talent and learning analyst, will be the keynote speaker at Uncovered 2014, Kallidus’s annual user conference. David will address the theme of business transformation, providing expert independent advice to help organisations get the most value from their investment in learning and talent systems.
Six-time Gold winners Acteon are finalists for ‘Best e-learning project’ at this year’s E-learning Awards, a category the company won in 2013 and has been a finalist in for three consecutive years.
Claudio Erba, the CEO of Docebo, makers of the Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), e-learning platform, will be among the speakers at the HR Directors’ Forum, being held at the Park Inn, in Zurich, Switzerland, on November 3.
Learning technologies firm LEO, formed from the merger of Epic and LINE, will appear at DevLearn 2014 in Las Vegas, NV from October 29th-31st.
Reed Learning, one of the UK's most respected learning solutions providers, is to start running ITIL® Foundation courses and qualifications accredited by BCS. These will take the form of open courses run from their learning centre in central London as well as in-company courses for clients across the UK and Europe.