This month’s e-learning news in brief – Sherpa Integrated Learning has announced four new courses that can be runpurely online, in a traditional classroom or integrated with a classroomsession. All in Good Time (time management), Win, Win, Win (negotiation) andCreative Problem Solving for Teams and Dealing with Difficult People, have beendesigned and written by professional trainers who have graduated from Sherpa’sDesigning and Writing E-learning Content course. The author typically acts asthe e-tutor, providing support for the learner. As an introductory offer,courses are currently half price. www.sherpa.org.uk– World Wide Learn, provider of the world’s largest directory of onlinecourses, is partnering 13 new training and education providers, offeringtechnical and business training, continuing education and under-graduate andgraduate degree programmes. These include Allied Business Schools, FloridaAtlantic University, Golden Gate University and New York University School ofContinuing Education and Professional Studies. www.WorldWideLearn.com– Vega Group is playing a key role in the Mars Express mission that liftedoff in June. It designed and built a simulator that was used to train flightoperations engineers and ‘fly’ Mars Express. Vega is also providing flightoperations engineers for the duration of the mission. The mission is due toreach Mars on Christmas Day. www.vega.co.uk Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. E-learning news in briefOn 1 Jul 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.