E-learning news in brief

first_imgE-learning news in briefOn 3 Oct 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article This month’s e-learning news in brief – Unicorn Training and TATA Interactive Systems have announced a strategicpartnership to provide e-learning and business simulation services to the UKinsurance and financial services industry. Unicorn is providing the sectorknowledge, with 15 years experience of producing learning products and servicesfor the insurance world, while TATA brings e-learning technical expertise. www.tata.com  www.unitrain.com– Leading management consultancy firm Deloitte Consulting has signed a $10mdeal with Smartforce to provide e-learning solutions to its 15,000 employeesaround the world. It will be deploying a blended programme for the company,which includes collaboration tools and mobile capabilities.  www.smartforce.com– KPMG is one of the first licensees of the Seminar Learning Centre, anonline system for the creation, delivery and management of e-learning. KPMG’scompliance unit will be using the learning centre to deliver training to its UKemployees, aimed at combating money laundering.  www.seminar4web.com– Dublin-based Business Management Systems (BMS) has become a distributorfor the NetTutor virtual classroom from Ascot Systems in the Republic ofIreland. BMS specialises in wireless networking (WI-FI) technology. NetTutorwas launched last year and has users in both the public and private sectors inthe UK, as well as overseas.  www.nettutor.co.uk Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. last_img read more