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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:

  • Leading healthcare organisation Abbott Laboratories is training 850 of its staff on Microsoft Office 2000 using Corporate Learning’s QuickSkill CBT. Following the October 2000 pilot, Adrian Tilley of Abbott commented, "We were impressed with the interactivity of the product and its simple navigation for ease of use. Also the fact that it needs no installation to run cuts down on technical support."

  • How to survive in today's complex organisations...Trans4mation Training Ltd have launched a series of seminars over the next few months aimed at developing Emotional Intelligence to combat stress in the workplace through better communication and teamwork.
    The seminars will cover:

    • Case studies of emotional intelligence in action
    • Ways to dismantle your own personal ‘roadblocks’
    • Ways to boost energy and reduce negative attitudes
    • How to reduce stress-related absence
    • How to improve morale, overcome resistance, reduce
    • Cynicism and ensure collaborative working
  • Dr Mike Bagshaw, a Chartered Psychologist who specialises in workplace behaviour will be facilitating the sessions. Click here for seminar dates and more details.

  • E-learning solutions provider THINQ has been selected to provide an e-learning site for the 1.2 million members of the US Navy. Sailors, Marines, retirees, reservists, family members enrolled in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), and the civilian workforce will all benefit from the new learning initiative, which includes a revamp of the existing Navy Learning Network. After only five weeks of development and implementation, Navy E Learning, the new CNET learning portal powered by the THINQ TrainingServer® Learning Management System (LMS), went live at and

  • THINQ has also been asked to provide Fujitsu Network Communications with e-learning programmes for 11,000 employees, customers and partners. The learning will be accessed through classrooms, on PCs and eventually at kiosks on the manufacturing floor.
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