Freelance e-learning developers will be offered extended access to the gomo tool to support increased demand for courses authored within the gomo learning suite.
gomo is currently the authoring tool of choice for global organizations including the BBC, PWC, Nike, Volvo, KPMG, British Airways and many more.
The partnership provides freelancers with the opportunity to access 30 days of the authoring tool free of charge, enabling a community of e-learning professionals to develop their skills in gomo, and allowing freelancers to increase their chances in pitching for projects created within the gomo learning suite.
Mike Alcock, Managing Director of gomo commented: “We’re winning lots of huge new contracts and the demand for gomo skills is increasing every week. This initiative with Jam Pan allows even more freelancers to get up to speed with gomo and make themselves available to meet the rising demand in the marketplace”.
Jam Pan founder David Wood commented: “The best way to support growing demand in newer technologies like gomo learning is to help our freelancers develop skills in those technologies. This is the aim of our partnership with gomo”.
Wood added “We want our large pool of talented freelancers to be in a position to pitch for work requiring new skills, which is why we want to build these partnerships. Our priority is to support new learning technologies and continue to provide the widest range of technology skills and solutions for our clients. Putting the skills development of our freelancers at the heart of what we do is good news for our freelancers, but equally for technology companies and clients”.
Freelancers keen to get access to gomo learning should contact Jam Pan at: firstname.lastname@example.org