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e-learning providers


I would be grateful for any advice / assistance you can provide.
I want to introduce e-learning into our organistaion to supply courses in Management, Sales, Customer service, IT skills, etc. in the most cost effective way.
Could you please recommend suppliers you have used and any hints and tips?

Many thanks in advance.

neil pearson

4 Responses

  1. elearning
    Hi Neil
    are you looking for custom or off the shelf?

    if custom try:
    I have used both.

    if off the shelf:

    there were many at the learning technologies exhibition – checkout the website

    Tips – make sure that e-learning is right for you. I have found that it works very well in the IT sector, not that well on most others.

    it is all about individuals learning styles and preferences. For evey e-learning course you should have an alternative solution or at least a blended solution.

    When buying software make sure that it is accessible by all – complies with leglisation (disability – much on the market does not)


  2. one to keep an eye on
    I should declare a personal interest, but keep an eye out for It launches in March/April and could be just what you are looking for(depending on your business need/type)

  3. List of Providers
    Hi Neil

    We have a list of the main bespoke providers in the UK on our site here

    We have also posted a range of useful free reports on elearning in the knowledge section of the site which may help.

    If you are in interested in rapid development or elearning consultancy services we would be pleased to help. Or very happy to just discuss our experiences with you if it would be useful.

    Good luck.


  4. New Entrant in UK E-learning Market
    To this list I would add CrossKnowledge.

    Having been very successful in the French marketplace, they are now expanding into the UK and elsewhere in Europe.

    They have built up a wide range of soft skills titles, all routinely available in English (as many of their French clients are global organisations) and characterised by being no longer than 30 minutes each.

    Not only are they easy for employees to fit into the busy working day, they are also very practical, so it doesn’t take long to learn new things that can be put into practice straightaway.

    And that’s my “hint and tip”…look for content that does just that.


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