The Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership has partnered with local e-learning company Kineo, to provide small businesses in the area with access to a suite of hosted e-learning modules at a heavily discounted price.
This new service will enable companies to:
- deliver learning and support to new starters
- provide learning and support to line managers
- provide and track learning and assessment scores in core compliance areas like Data Protection, Diversity, and Health and Safety
- blend offline and online core learning programmes
- provide effective online performance support through short, focused modules
The 20 e-learning courses, ranging from health and safety to leadership, were developed by Kineo for their large corporate clients. The management and leadership modules were developed in partnership with Good Practice. The courses are all being made available on a hosted learning platform for small local companies.
Local companies with fewer than 100 staff can get access to the hosted learning platform, over 20 courses and full online tracking of assessments for an annual fee of just £1,900 plus VAT. Companies can also have their own branded online learning site for a small extra fee.
The full list of e-learning courses available is at http://kineo.com/e-learning-products/kineo-e-learning-library.html
There is also a free demo at http://essentials.kineo.com Companies interested in taking advantage of the deal should contact Kineo on 01273 764070 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Executive Director of the Economic Partnership Tony Mernagh said, "In times of recession companies often cut back on training but e-learning allows them to fulfil their training needs in a very cost effective way. Also, staff like e-learning because it allows them to learn at their own pace using stimulating techniques"
Steve Rayson, Managing Director of Kineo, commented “We are really pleased to be able to provide this service to local businesses. We ourselves were a start-up business in Brighton only a few years ago and understand the pressures they are under. We have great faith in the innovation and creativity of local businesses and we are really keen to support them through high quality online training.”
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