e-learning news in brief

first_imgThis month’s e-learning news in brief – Peter Honey Publications has reduced the minimum licence for its onlinedevelopment tools from 100 to 50 users, making the tools more accessible to smaller-scaletraining projects. The tools comprise 40 modules focusing exclusively onlearning and behaviour.  www.peterhoney.com– The Diversity Channel, which helps organisations address diversity issues throughsoft-ware and consulting, is outsourcing the hosting and support of itsweb-based diversity education tool, The Diversity Channel Now, to AccentureLearning. The e-learning courses available focus on areas such as the strategicimpact of diversity.  www.thediversitychannel.com   www.accenture.com– Avalanche is a new media management tool from Trainer 1 that aims tosupercede the learning content management system (LCMS). Trainer 1 is lookingfor organisations that might be interested in testing the system. Interestedparties should e-mail Neil Lasher at [email protected] – Health & Safety – Safety at Work is an online learning resource fromBBC World-wide Learning. It features BBC newscaster Michael Buerk and isapproved by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). It costsaround £30 per user and is also available on CD-Rom. Those who successfullycomplete the interactive exercises can be assessed for the IOSHcertificate.  www.bbcbusinesslearning.com e-learning news in briefOn 1 Mar 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more