News in brief

first_img Previous Article Next Article This month’s news in brief – FT CareerPoint has launched a series of animated training materialsavailable online. It also has psychometric testing available and furthere-learning facilities at, where you can find linksto more information on studying for a degree online. – NETg has launched a series of e-learning solutions designed to providetraining on enterprise networking. They’ve been designed to offer ITprofessionals a single source of information on high speed networkingtechnologies, including B-ISDN, ATM and SMDS. – A recent survey by the seminal US-based Masie Centre found that 80 percent of respondents are willing to try e-learning. Of the 80 per cent ofrespondents, employees working in the training, sales, HR and marketing sectorswere most excited about participating in e-learning programmes. – Click2learn has signed a partnership deal with CSS to provide itslearning platform technology to multi-nationals and Russian organisations.”The Russian market for e-learning is huge and virtually untapped,”says Ruben Agababyan, general manager of CSS. “We have now entered a newera in which we can take advantage of cutting-edge technologies that haveevolved in Western Europe and the US.” Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. News in briefOn 1 Nov 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

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