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    • Raytheon wins multiple corporate training excellence awards in 2018

      Raytheon Professional Services |

      Dallas, Texas, (January 28, 2019) Raytheon Professional Services LLC, a subsidiary of Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN), has been recognized as a leader in training excellence in 2018 by multiple industry analysts and publications, including NelsonHall, Brandon Hall Group, Learning Technologies Awards and Chief Learning Officer magazine.

    • Kallidus Content launches new website showcasing award-winning projects ahead of Learning Technologies 2019

      Kallidus | Cirencester, UK |

      Award-winning digital content provider Kallidus Content has unveiled a new website to showcase its clients’ digital learning success stories. Kallidus has won 39 prestigious industry awards in recent years and the website shows how many of their customers are using innovative bespoke elearning and games to transform their learning and drive major programmes of organisational change.

    • Enhance global e-learning with multimedia localisation

      Capita | Manchester, UK |

      Sally Haywood and Kamil Juljanski from Capita Translation and Interpreting will be holding a seminar on e-learning and multimedia localisation at Learning Technologies, Europe’s leading L&D exhibition and conference, covering 10 steps on how to take e-learning content global through audio-visual and multimedia localisation.

    • Omniplex Group unveils new look

      Omniplex | Harpenden, UK |

      Omniplex kick starts 2019 with a fresh new look, including a redesigned website and blog. The new website improves user experience, ensuring eLearning professionals can easily find the best product on the market and develop their eLearning expertise.

    • Career structure in learning and development

      CIPD | London |

      Andy Lancaster discusses CIPD's efforts to bring greater structure into L&D careers, through CIPD’s new profession map and qualifications, and two new L&D apprenticeships.

    • Young L&D professionals: Learning Now tv panel

      Learning Now tv | London |

      On January’s Learning Now tv a panel of young L&D professionals discusses how they like to learn. Matthew Holman and Paul Morgan discuss mental health awareness in the workplace. LNTV’s workplace diversity and inclusion series continues with ‘digital accessibility’. Plus regular contributors, Robin Hoyle and Ajay Pangarkar.

    • QA on a mission to boost tech diversity by signing Tech Talent Charter

      QA | London, UK |

      QA has signed the Tech Talent Charter (TTC) as part of its ongoing commitment to break down career barriers, bridge the UK’s skills gap, promote a diverse workforce and support women in tech. Founded by employers across the recruitment, tech and social enterprise fields, the Tech Talent Charter (TTC) brings together industries and organisations to drive diversity and address gender imbalance in technology roles. The government supported the TTC in its UK Digital Strategy policy paper published in March 2017.

    • What’s really happening in digital learning in 2019?

      Fosway | Cirencester, UK |

      The hype surrounding the future of digital learning keeps coming; Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality...but what should L&D professionals be prioritising in their organisations today to ensure future success? New research opened today aims to understand the truth about digital learning, including the critical drivers and trends to watch, who’s really using what technologies today and making sense of the market and managing suppliers.

    • The L&D Global Sentiment Survey

      Donald H Taylor |

      Taking the pulse of of the L&D community worldwide, the 2019 L&D Global Sentiment Survey has opened for submissions.

    • InSync Training Announces New 2019 Programs and Services Catalog

      InSync Training | New Hampshire, USA |

      InSync Training has released its 2019 catalog of programs and services, listing all of the upcoming certificates and workshops for the upcoming year, as well as the many services available. Topics include facilitation, instructional design, production, microlearning, gamification, and more.

    • Six predictions for learning and development in 2019

      FT - IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance | London, UK |

      The annual look by Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance at what’s going to be hot in learning and development (L&D) in the year ahead focuses, perhaps inevitably, on the continuing impact of all things digital.