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Training Course Websites


Aside from Skilvest, what other websites offer databases of courses?
Mike Taylor

7 Responses

  1. Try these …….
    TrainingZONE has partnered with THINQ (formerly the National Training Index and the largest UK database) to provide a courses database which will be live later this month. Together with their US operation, there will be over a million learning options on offer to search and book online.

    TrainingZONE’s own courses directory is almost ready and you will be able to enter details of all your own courses. These will also be forwarded to THINQ, and will be branded across other business websites also as a marketing tool for you.

    These are both currently promoted in the Learning Campus area at

    You can also search
    World of Training and


  2. used training directory
    I have used in the past in my previous employment, try their webiste and see for yourself.

  3. one stop training shop
    pdc online is a one stop training shop that uses its own devevlopment and delivery skills and works with approved partners to provide a comprehensive range of training services. Services include classroom based training courses, computer based training, e-Learning, training manager toolkits, training exercises and more. pdc online is not a broker – they form strategic partnerships with selected companies who they consider ‘best of breed’ and monitor partners performance to ensure quality. They also offer significant savings (sometimes as much as 30%) on normal course prices. For more information visit them at

  4. is the only real directory of online courses
    Go to It has unbiased, high-quality ratings and reviews of over 1,000 online courses. Everything else is just a catalog.

  5. Sites selected for quality
    There are literally millions of web pages of value to trainers. But the problem is selecting and assembling this vast range of material written by thousands of authors, many excellent and some very iffy. I advise you to click on who publish links to over 800 specialist learning sites covering 80 subjects. I believe Skillgate’s own eCourses are unique because they not only provide training daily via e-mail (easy to digest bites) but also recommend the most relevant sites to go to for further study on whatever subject you have chosen. Saves lots of time because they select sites for you on the basis of their quality and relevance.


    In addition to skillvest and the other sites mentioned you could also look at Business Training Partnership, They offer a similar service to skillvest in that they will do all the administration for their client companies and take a commission from the training organisations.


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