News stories from ALISON in 2009

ALISON launches a new Face

ALISON | 07 Dec 2009

ALISON, a world-leading free learning for the workplace website launched its new-look website today. The website includes many new social networking features, faster registration, a more intuitive study area and new free tools to make learning, teaching or training on ALISON an even better experience than before.

ALISON ABC IT accredited as an NQF national certificate in IT in South Africa

ALISON | 29 Sep 2009

ALISON ABC IT has officially received provisional accreditation as a SETA (Sector Education and Training Authorities) NQF (National Qualifications Framework) Level 3 National Certificate in IT in South Africa. This essential IT skills courseware is now being delivered by Busalph Global IT Training in Gauteng Province using ALISON ABC IT as the first-level in all IT-related qualifications and as a preparatory tool for employment.

Southampton City Libraries and ALISON Educate Together

ALISON | 17 Sep 2009

The innovative ALISON Educating Together Program is training more UK learners than ever before, without Government Funding.

ALISON features on TV Show Aired in the UK and India

ALISON | 18 Aug 2009

ALISON, a leading free online interactive workplace learning service, featured on last night’s The Gadget Show on the UK TV channel: Five.

Amawele - South African/Irish Charity Develops School's Programme as ALISON Partner

ALISON | 04 Aug 2009

Education-orientated social enterprise Amawele has joined forces with ALISON to provide valuable online learning resources. This fresh initiative is set to benefit both Irish and South African schools currently participating in the Amawele educational exchange programme.

The ALISON Educating Together Programme Provides a new Income Source for Libraries, Colleges and Schools

ALISON | 30 Jul 2009

ALISON Educating Together (AET) is an IT skills programme designed to allow libraries, colleges, schools, or any organization with a network of computers available to it to earn income while helping to promote basic IT skills training. The programme makes IT training accessible to all learners within local communities, regardless of their personal income or existing skill levels.