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PressZONE brings you all the latest announcements and updates from many of the key names in training today. This month's latest announcements:

THINQ announce that Kodak will be using the THINQ TrainingServer® Learning Management System (LMS) to train its more than 80,000 employees in 150 countries worldwide. Kodak will use THINQ TrainingServer as the foundation of its new e-learning initiative, "Enabling Learning Anywhere, Anytime," giving Kodak a common, worldwide system to deliver web-based training to all employees no matter where they are located. Until now, most Kodak courses have been taught in the classroom. Kodak will deliver e-learning via desktop computers worldwide. Since not all Kodak employees work at a desk, many of these computers will be walk-up e-learning stations on manufacturing floors and in production facilities.

This month, THINQ also announced that it will be providing training and education content for, allowing access to THINQ's catalogue of classroom-based training, web-based learning, videos and CDROMs, allowing them to book and purchase training through MSN.

HR Portal has launched a new online recruitment advertising quotation system for employers, consultancies and online recruitment advertising agencies. The system allows recruiters to collect quotes for online advertising from almost all the job sites in the UK simultaneously. HR Portal independently reviews over 370 job sites in the marketplace, and rates each site to ensure that its clients receive the best deals available and get their vacancies displayed on the most appropriate sites.

For the second consecutive year, Auralog's TeLL me More method has been voted the best selling language learning CD-Rom in Europe, according to the figures of market analysts GfK and Chartrack. After winning the Gold ECCSELL prize in 1999, and thus joining the ranks of other winners such as Barbie and Microsoft's Encarta Encyclopedia, TeLL me More appears as the 8th ranked educational CD-Rom in Europe in the year 2000 - a year overwhelmingly marked by the landslide success of the Pokemon series!

London-based Imparta announced it has teamed with Quisic, a developer and designer of e-learning programmes, to distribute Imparta’s CoPilot® business simulation software in the United States - an e-learning market forecast to top $11 billion by 2003. Under the terms of the agreement, Quisic will distribute Imparta’s CoPilot® software - including its Strategy CoPilot and Marketing CoPilot programmes - to its US-based corporate e-learning clients.

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