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Cirrus e-learning launches new services and products at Learning Technologies

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MKC Training Services Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary company of MidKent College, announces the debut of Cirrus e-learning at Learning Technologies 2013. Cirrus e-learning provides bespoke e-learning services and products to the commercial, public sector, further education and defence markets.

Cirrus will be showcasing the following product and service offerings for the first time on Stand 57:  Bespoke content development Articulate Storyline services Assima Atlantic Link services iPad ready LMS Mobile e-learning expertise; and  Rapid authoring.

Cirrus e-learning has assembled a core team of highly experienced e-learning professionals with hundreds of e-learning projects between them, as well as numerous industry awards. The company is managed on a day-to-day basis by Mike Alcock, an established and well-respected figure in the e-learning industry. Mike was one of the original founders of Atlantic Link in 2002 and led the company to eventual trade sale to Kaplan in 2010, garnering a host of awards on the way.

MKC Training Services Managing Director Andrew Brader explains the ethos of the new enterprise, "Our background in education, through our links with MidKent College, gives us a unique perspective on developing learning materials. We wanted to use this specialist insight to create e-learning materials that really work for learners. Whilst we'll use state-of-the-art tools and techniques, our expertise in education and our understanding of how people learn will keep the needs of the learner as our top priority. We'll apply these principles to every course we create."

Learning Technologies takes place in London at Olympia on 29 and 30 January.