News stories from Acteon Communication and Learning in 2011
Acteon Communication and Learning | 11 Nov 2011
Information Transfer won the highly competitive Gold E-learning Award for securing widespread adoption for a record fourth time Thursday evening at the e-learning industry’s annual awards dinner in London.
The Cambridge-based communications and training firm was recognised for its work with Cambian Group, a leading UK provider of specialist services in education, mental health rehabilitation and learning disabilities.
The new Seminar Knowledge Centre LMS delivers social learning tools, iPhone and iPad apps launching at WOLCE 2011 on stand E80
Acteon Communication and Learning | 17 Aug 2011
The latest version of the popular Seminar Knowledge Centre LMS, due for release this autumn, features integrated social learning capabilities for trainers to build into their courses, as well as delivery to iPhone and iPad devices.
Information Transfer joins Towards Maturity Ambassador Programme to encourage effective e-learning practices
Acteon Communication and Learning | 09 Jun 2011
Information Transfer has joined the Ambassador Programme of Towards Maturity, a leading European benchmark practice which promotes independent research in order to encourage effective practices in e-learning.
Acteon Communication and Learning | 31 May 2011
Howard Steed has joined the technical team at Information Transfer, responsible for the specification, implementation and ongoing support of the software solutions that enable their clients to establish widespread and successful adoption of e-learning within their organisations.
Fighting fires with e-learning - London Fire Brigade award for highly successful e-learning implementation, developed using the Seminar Learning System
Acteon Communication and Learning | 21 Mar 2011
The London Fire Brigade’s “Training Support Team” were recognised by the Mayor of London during a ceremony on February 25th for the introduction of e-learning across the Brigade using Seminar Author and the Seminar Knowledge Centre.
When there is no margin for error: Magnox to present at Learning Technologies Conference, London Olympia, Wednesday 26 January
Acteon Communication and Learning | 11 Jan 2011
Magnox explains how Information Transfer helped them project manage the decommissioning of five nuclear power stations through specialist e-learning.
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Acteon works across the spectrum of blended communication and learning delivery, from printed manuals to collaborative learning tools delivered via mobile devices. We offer strategic consultancy on communication issues and help clients drive the adoption of learning technologies, aligning implementation with corporate vision and values. We have particular experience handling complex content, translating product, process and service-specific information into effective communication and learning tools.