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    • Kallidus announces new UI and UX enhancements to Kallidus Learn

      Kallidus | Cirencester |

      Industry leading learning and talent management provider, Kallidus, today announced that it has made several key enhancements to the User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) of Kallidus Learn to make it even easier for customers to create, deploy and track all of the learning taking place in their organisation.

    • Virtual College signs a Memorandum of Understanding with VR Education

      Virtual College | Ilkley |

      VR Education (AIM: VRE; Euronext Growth: 6VR), a leading virtual reality (‘VR’) technology company focused on the education and enterprise training space, is pleased to announce that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (‘MOU’) with Virtual College Limited (‘Virtual College’), an industry leading digital learning solutions provider, to provide and deliver technology enhanced learning solutions in the UK and Middle East.

    • THRIVE's partner network is rapidly growing

      Thrive Learning |

      Learning technology innovators, THRIVE, has teamed up with a range of new content partners to resell their game-changing microlearning catalogue.

    • Learning Pool release 'Future of Work' library complete with Coronavirus modules

      Learning Pool | Derry, Northern Ireland |

      To follow the initial launch of Learning Pool's Coronavirus Course Essentials library aimed at addressing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic back in April, the full-service e-learning solutions provider has now released a Future of Work library with updated Coronavirus modules to help organizations and its colleagues adjust to the ‘new normal’ of working.

    • New Directors of Sales and Marketing appointed at THRIVE

      Thrive Learning |

      Creators of the next gen Learning Experience Platform, THRIVE, today announced Josh Devanny, Head of Sales, and Cassie Gasson, Chief Marketing Officer, joined their board of Directors to support and drive continued innovation and growth.

    • Learning Now TV, Jun 25: effects of Covid-19 on HR and L&D services

      Learning Now tv | London |

      LNTV, Jun 25, David Perring on Fosway's research into the effects of Covid-19 on HR and L&D services. Plus: 702010 Institute’s new initiative to refocus L&D onto business results; Robin Hoyle on the digital skills divide; a new start up company that can predict ‘forgetting’ and Donald Taylor discusses the rearranged Learning Technologies Summer Forum.

    • John Yates on his new role as CEO at Emerald Works

      Learning News | London |

      John Yates talks to Learning News following his appointment as CEO at Emerald Works, the newly-launched business combining Good Practice, Mind Tools and Towards Maturity.

    • Omniplex in the City

      Omniplex | London, UK |

      Omniplex (Group) Ltd is pleased to announce the opening of its London office. This office will help Omniplex better serve customers in the financial services industry based in the City.

    • Enginuity and Filtered deploy personalised learning platform to support at-rest engineers

      Filtered | London, UK |

      Millions of skilled workers in the UK are currently prevented from working. Enginuity, a skills organisation backed by the UK’s biggest brands in engineering and advanced manufacturing, has partnered with Filtered to support the engagement of the sector’s labour force. Engage, a custom version of the magpie platform, takes seconds to suggest focus areas and builds a personalised plan from the industry’s best existing digital learning resources to grow knowledge and skills.

    • “Stuck at Home”: Empathy Concert Featuring Broadway Stars & Hosted by Elliott Masie

      The MASIE Center | Saratoga Springs, NY |

      Elliott Masie & Telly Leung are hosting the 12th weekly one-hour Empathy Concert on Friday, June 19th, addressing Empathy from learning and business groups, as well as in our homes. Featuring Learning Leader Jayzen Patria; plus Broadway Stars Laura Osnes, George Salazar, Melinda Doolittle, and Co-Host Telly Leung.

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