Browsing news: Learning technology

    • Kallidus has appointed Paul Morgan as Head of Customer Experience

      Kallidus | Cirencester, UK |

      Award-winning learning and talent management provider Kallidus has appointed Paul Morgan as Head of Customer Experience. After a series of consultancy contracts Paul joins from O2 where he held the position of Head of Learning and Development for over four years.

    • Kallidus Wins Silver Learning Provider of the Year Award

      Kallidus | London |

      Kallidus, an award-winning provider of learning and talent management solutions, has secured the Silver Learning Award in the most prestigious category of the awards - Learning Provider of the Year - against strong competition.

    • Kineo announces Week of Webinars

      Kineo |

      From 26 February to 2 March, Kineo is running a series of webinars that will help people to take learning to the next level. With topics varying from guerrilla-style video to top plugins and integrations for platforms, there is something for everyone.

    • Imparta hires top industry talent to drive ambitious growth strategy

      Imparta | London, UK |

      Leading global sales and service training provider Imparta has hired three highly experienced, successful leaders from the sales enablement and training industry to further strengthen the company’s leadership team, and drive the business’s ambitious growth strategy. Imparta has grown consistently by delivering high-impact, sustainable change in the business performance of its clients. The launch of Imparta's Virtual Sales Academy in 2017 has driven further growth and client wins, along with the need for additional senior level hires to support and accelerate this growth.

    • MicroLearn Releases Course Updates ahead of Learning Technologies 2018

      MicroLearn | Southampton, UK |

      MicroLearn have undertaken a catalogue-wide upgrade to kick off 2018, implementing a range of exciting new navigation features to enhance content usability. The team will be releasing the updated content at this year’s Learning Technologies Conference and Exhibition, in London, on January 31 – February 1.

    • Gateshead College partners with Wranx to deliver Functional Skills training

      Wranx | Liverpool, UK |

      Gateshead College, rated by Ofsted as Outstanding in 2015, has partnered with Wranx to collaborate on a new delivery method for Functional Skills training. As a sponsor for Learning Technologies 2018, Wranx will be hosting a seminar with Chris Toon, Deputy Principal – Curriculum & Quality at Gateshead College about how businesses can be more proactive in developing their future workforce.

    • How to Engage All Learners in 2018 with TurningPoint

      Turning Technologies | Belfast, NI |

      Visitors to Learning Technologies can find out what makes Turning Technologies the global leader in audience response technology with some of the exciting new features coming exclusively to TurningPoint users in 2018.

    • New research signposts the route to business transformation in 2018

      Towards Maturity | London, UK |

      Equipping L&D with the tools and strategies to deliver performance, productivity, profit and transformation, Towards Maturity’s new research with over 700 L&D leaders worldwide will transform the way that L&D adds value to business and how business values learning.

    • Kallidus’ LMS and digital content rated highly on 2018 Fosway 9-Grids™

      Kallidus | Cirencester, UK, 25 January 2018 |

      Kallidus, a leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has been rated once again as a Core Leader in Fosway’s 2018 9-Grid™ model for Digital Learning and a Core Challenger in the Learning Systems grid for its next-generation LMS, Kallidus Learn.