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Information Transfer wins extensive induction training contract with Arts Council England

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The Arts Council of England (ACE) has selected Information Transfer to deliver its extensive and innovative induction training programme to go out to all UK staff, as well as staff in its associate organisations. Information Transfer will be creating bespoke content, to be delivered online via a customised learning and knowledge management system.

The project builds on Information Transfer's impressive technical solutions for large client companies, such as Priory Group and KPMG, who have implemented enterprise-wide e-learning programmes, tailored precisely to their needs.

Multisite e-learning content and delivery
Information Transfer is working with the Priory Group to deliver a comprehensive blended learning and development programme to all new joiners across 42 sites throughout the UK. It combines the best of tailored and generic e-learning materials allied with classroom training and coaching, and includes bespoke learning management technology. A key feature of the programme is its ability to deliver training to staff in different roles, at different sites, and with very different levels of IT literacy. Alison Innes-Farquhar, Priory Group Director of Learning & Development, said, " We are thrilled with how Information Transfer have interpreted our brief and developed this programme, which will inform and track each user's individual Learning and Development Plan throughout their employment with Priory. It is unique in its bespoke design and delivery." Alison will be speaking about the programme at the Human Resources and Development Conference on April 4th at London Olympia.

Find Information Transfer at Learning Technologies
Information Transfer will be exhibiting their award-winning technical solutions at Learning Technologies, London Olympia 2, on the 25th and 26th January. They will also be demonstrating their recent project work with clients including KPMG, Queen's Medical Centre and the Association of Chief Police Officers, for whom they are developing training on the new Automatic Number Plate Recognition system.

Celebrating 25 years in the business next year, Information Transfer can claim to be one of the earliest pioneers in the use of new technology to deliver training and communication; they developed their first
e-learning programme for the pharmaceutical sector in 1982. Since then the company has maintained a strong presence in the learning technology market place. Last year was their best year ever, and the company has recently expanded its work force in response to a series of major new client wins.

For more information or to book an appointment at Learning Technologies with a member of the team, please contact Cathy Curwood on 01223 312227, or e-mail