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  • New report on values, beliefs and faiths and their contribution to college excellence and community

     

    A new report into the role of further education colleges in social, moral, spiritual and cultural (smsc) development was launched this month at the recent conference on Values, Beliefs and Faiths and focused on how that further education colleges are investigating new ways to improve support for the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of their students.


    (Filed: Tue Jan 23 2007)
  • The Real Game

     

    School children in the UK can now learn key life skills and improve their prospects online


    (Filed: Tue Jan 23 2007)
  • Tribal to train Early Years workers for Professional Status


    Education and training specialist, Tribal Group, has won a contract to become a training provider for the new Early Years Professional Status (EYPS) in three regions: London, East England and South East England.


    (Filed: Tue Jan 23 2007)
  • Lasher joins Hall and Masie as a recognised learning ‘expert’


    Trainer1’s Neil Lasher, has joined Brandon Hall, Elliott Masie, Bob Mosher, Fred Harburg and Jeanne C Meister as one of six experts who have each contributed an article to the January 2007 edition of the prestigious US-based Chief Learning Officer (CLO) magazine.


    (Filed: Mon Jan 08 2007)
  • Lasher speaks on informal learning – in the UK and USA


    Neil Lasher, of Trainer1, one of the UK’s leading learning consultancies, and the developer of the ‘Five ‘A’s of learning’ instructional design model that relates specifically to informal, task-based and workflow e-learning materials, is to speak at both the Learning Technologies conference, being held at Olympia, London, on 31st January and 1st February 2007, and at the ASTD 2007 International Conference & Exposition, being held from 3rd to 6th June 2007, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.


    (Filed: Mon Dec 18 2006)
  • Edexcel endorses teachers’ e-learning


    A series of teacher training programmes have been developed by Echelon Learning. Implementing Teaching Best Practice has been endorsed by educational awarding body Edexcel.


    (Filed: Mon Dec 11 2006)
  • New committee for the eLearning Network


    The eLearning Network, the UK's leading association for users and developers of e-learning materials, has elected its steering committee for 2006/07.


    (Filed: Mon Dec 11 2006)
  • Tech-free e-learning launch at Learning Technologies 2007


    MyKnowledgeMap (MKM) - www.myknowledgemap.com - is introducing a new version of its e-learning course planning system, Compendle for companies and professionals on Stand 81at Learning Technologies 2007 this January.


    (Filed: Mon Dec 11 2006)
  • Training Synergy sponsors BCS Award


    Training solutions provider, Training Synergy, sponsored the IT Trainer of the Year Award at this year’s British Computer Society (BCS) IT Professional Awards, held at The Grosvenor House Hotel, on 7th December.


    (Filed: Sat Dec 09 2006)
  • Expansion at Learning Light


    Learning Light, a non-profit centre of excellence which highlights and promotes best practice in the use of learning technologies in the workplace, has enlarged its team.


    (Filed: Fri Dec 08 2006)
  • British Computer Society enlists Training Synergy’s help

     

    Delegates following the Synergy Training Accreditation (STA) Project programme are taking part in a British Computer Society (BCS) pilot to gain the BCS’s new Accredited Course for Tutors and Trainers (ACTT), which is a new tailor-made BCS Qualification intended for established tutors and trainers involved in the delivery of training.


    (Filed: Thu Dec 07 2006)
  • Tata Interactive Systems gives hope to children with learning disabilities


    The Tata Interactive Learning Disability Forum (TLDF) 2006, a unique global symposium on learning disabilities (LD) – the first of its kind in India – aimed to increase awareness and promote remedial activities, best practices, and knowledge sharing relating to LD.


    (Filed: Wed Dec 06 2006)
  • Added customising for comic-strip learning at BETT '07


    MyKnowledgeMap (MKM) - www.myknowledgemap.com - is introducing a new version of its interactive comic-strip software, Storywriter Toolkit on Stand Y26 at the BETT Education Technology Show (10th -13th January 2007, at Olympia, London). The world's leading educational ICT event, BETT attracts over 600 educational suppliers and 28,000 visitors from the teaching and learning community.


    (Filed: Thu Nov 30 2006)
  • Delegates delighted with the eLearning Network


    Delegates at the recent one-day conference on instructional design, organised by the eLearning Network (eLN), the UK’s foremost professional association of users and developers of all forms of e-learning, have pronounced it one of the most useful meetings in the eLN calendar.


    (Filed: Thu Oct 26 2006)
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