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E-Learning Bodies Meet with Government

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Training industry bodies have met with the Department for Education and Skills to have their say on the Government's strategy for e-learning.

The eLearning Network (ELN), the Institute of IT Training (IITT), the British Learning Association (BLA) and the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) met with Atul Sharda, of the DfES E-Learning Strategy Unit to discuss the Government’s consultation document, ‘Towards a Unified E-Learning Strategy’, published last July.

Nick Rushby, of Conation Technologies, who organised the meeting, said: “We were all encouraged that the DfES is looking to engage with the 'corporate' e-learning community and that enthusiasm is reciprocated.

"A unified e-learning strategy is important for our industry and we look forward to working with all of the stakeholders, bringing our collective expertise to bear on this challenging task."

Each industry body will be making its own, individual official response to the consultation document before the end of January, when the consultation period closes.

Further discussions are to be scheduled for March.

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