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European study calls for input on e-learning


Following hot on the heels of the results of TrainingZONE's own research into the state of training in the UK workplace today, CEDEFOP, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training has launched a new online survey entitled "What is the extent of e-learning in Europe?"

The survey aims to collect a wide variety of statistical information from across the continent to provide a picture of how e-learning is growing throughout Europe. CEDEFOP says there is currently a lack of information about the scale of growth in e-learning and the areas of training it is benefiting in EU member states. The survey looks in particular at the quantity of e-learning being developed, investment in hardware and software to support it, the extent to which e-learning is being used to train teachers and instructors and the proportion of trainers currently using electronic teaching aids.

CEDEFOP is keen for as many people as possible to contribute their views so that a comprehensive report can be generated. All participants will receive a copy of the report when completed in February.

To complete the survey, which is available in English, French, German and Spanish, visit


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