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Press Releases from Trainer1 (5 total)

Trainer1 develops its US-based operations

Trainer1, the vendor neutral e-learning specialist, is developing its US-based operations with the appointment of former Procter & Gamble (P&G) executive, David Ringo, as chief operations officer (COO) and Richard Lopasky as senior executive of sales in the new Trainer1 (USA) Inc. Ringo, who has overseen Trainer1’s relocation from offices in Pennsylvania to the Tampa area in Florida, is also heading up Trainer1’s product and service offering to its US customers.

Trainer1 becomes Trivantis regional partner

Trainer1, the vendor neutral e-learning specialist, has been promoted in its relationship with publishing technologies and services producer, Trivantis, from ‘reseller’ to ‘regional partner’. Based in Columbus, Ohio, in the USA, the Trivantis Corporation produces authoring and publishing tools, along with a learning management system that are designed to help overcome the technical barriers traditionally associated with electronic publishing, Trivantis’ solutions provide educators, the business sector and government agencies with the

Trainer1 launches a new series of practical e-learning courses

Trainer1, one of the UK’s leading independent e-learning specialists, has added four ‘entry level’ one-day training courses to its portfolio of successful e-learning and instructional design (ID) related courses. Branded as intensely practical courses, providing hands-on experience for a small group of some four to six delegates – ensuring a high degree of individual tutorage – the courses are: • Practical e-learning induction: covering history; jargon; using an authoring tool; e-learning design; Web

Neil Lasher advises the Open University on instructional design

Instructional design (ID) specialist, Neil Lasher, is conducting a series of courses in ID techniques for the Open University (OU)’s editorial staff and design team, which includes people who are creating the OU’s e-learning materials. Traditionally, OU lecturers and other subject matter experts have created curricula and courses and then the OU’s editorial designers have produced the resulting learning materials. These materials have been largely paper and DVD-based – with

Neil Lasher speaks on instructional design at Olympia conference

Neil Lasher joins key figures from the world of learning technologies - including Donald Clark (Ufi), David Wilson (Elearnity), Gordon Bull (Learning Forte), Jane Hart (Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies), Laura Overton (Towards Maturity), Clive Shepherd (the eLearning Network), Charles Jennings (Reuters) and Phil Green (Optimum Learning) – to speak at the Learning and Skills Group Conference. Held at London’s Olympia on 30th April, the event allows the 250

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