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AdVal Group plc wins £800,000 E-Learning contract for the UK Ministry of Defence


AdVal Group plc announces that it has won the first of the major e-Learning contracts to be let under the new MoD wide strategy for e-Learning as part of the "Defence Training Review" (DTR). Under the Review, the Armed Services will see at least 20% of traditional face-to-face training converted to e-Learning. The contract is valued at £800,000.

AdVal's winning submission included the application of simulation for a variety of topics which will train Officers for Command and Staff appointments covering such subjects as Command, Management, Leadership, Doctrine, Military Analysis and Operations.

Adval will work closely with the Royal Military College of Science and the Junior Defence Staff College to develop the materials.

The new strategy for e-Learning is designed to reduce costs by shortening the time spent on residential courses, will be deliverable in remote locations including operational theatres, and increase access to training.

Dennis Quilter, Chief Executive of AdVal said:
"We are very pleased to have been selected by the MoD for this important contract. As announced in our recent Interim Statement, this contract is an example of the strong move in the Public and Private Sectors from a "developing strategy" phase for e-Learning to firm budgets and implementation of production contracts."

Adval Web site


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