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Canadians Get CeLP


The Training Foundation's Certified e-Learning Professional (CeLP) programme is set to expand to North America.

The Training Foundation has announced a partnership with Ontario-based KAB Consultancy and Training, which will allow KAB to market the CeLP programme to prospective students across Canada.

Adrian Snook, director of corporate development at The Training Foundation said that the partnership was in response to demand.

"Whilst we have not been pro-actively marketing the CeLP programme in North America, we have received a significant number of enrolments from students over the course of the last three years," he said.

Kath Roberts of KAB said she anticipated a positive response to CeLP in Canada, where e-learning uptake generally is strong.

She put this down to three factors: "Firstly we are a big country, the second largest in the world spanning five time zones. Secondly, there aren't many Canadians, 31 million at last count. And last but not least, we have strong education and information technology sectors."

Seven months ago the European Institute for e-Learning (EIfEL) announced their endorsement of the Certified e-Learning Professional programme.

The CeLP programme consists of 12 certificated courses aimed at the five key roles within the e-learning field; tutor, trainer, developer, manager and consultant.


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