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St Albans, Herts, United Kingdom, 2007/07/31 - Learning Light, a non-profit centre of excellence in the use of learning technologies in the workplace, has hosted a delegation from Poland on a fact-finding mission to learn about the UK’s multimedia and information systems sector.
Learning Light (LL) and its associates, The MRS Consultancy, have played host to a delegation from MultiKlaster, an EU-funded project which aims to create a ‘cluster of multimedia and information systems’ in Nowy Sqcz, Poland.
Kinga Pawlowska, president of the MultiKlaster board, and Pawlowska’s colleague Elwira Waszkiewicz spent several days with the Yorkshire-based MRS Consultancy in order to learn and share experiences of working with creative and digital businesses. While they were in Yorkshire, the Polish delegation met representatives of the computer games developer, Sumo Digital, as well as Renaissance South Yorkshire, the Workshop, Creative Sheffield and LL.
Among those contributing to the talks that the Poles held while in the UK were Tony Newson, formerly programme chief executive of the Objective 1 Directorate in South Yorkshire; Richard Lukey, of Business Link South Yorkshire and David Patterson, LL’s head of partnerships who is responsible for the LL business support activities in the e-learning cluster. Patterson manages the LL ‘VEN’ of companies which work together to win bids for large contracts jointly and also supports the UK LearnOnline consortium of e-learning companies worldwide.
Mark Pittaway, LL’s CEO, commented: “We were delighted to have this opportunity to demonstrate some of the UK’s capabilities and achievements in the digital industries sector, especially in terms of the application of learning technologies in the workplace.”
About Learning Light Ltd
Learning Light is a non-profit organisation that highlights and promotes best practice in the use of learning technologies. It also builds relationships between learning technology researchers, suppliers, buyers and learners providing learner-centric information to encourage the growth of learning technologies. By sharing comprehensive research, highlighting successes and failures, Learning Light helps to promote the learning technologies community.
Learning Light provides bespoke and individual services to help both buyers and suppliers of learning technologies. Its current services include:
Providing access to expert insights, advice and guidance built on in-depth research. Helping organisations to effectively implement learning technologies (e-Learning) and integrate them within their workflow processes.
Partnering with leading thinkers in the industry and providing a network for all interested in the field to share information, knowledge, insight, experience and expertise, through utilising online community tools, networking events, conferences and guru seminars.
Learning Light’s highly experienced team offers organisations access to range of competitively priced consultancy services supporting buyers with the effective implementation of their learning technology (e-Learning) requirements. And, for suppliers, helping to provide a range of services to assist market awareness and generate growth.
In addition, Learning Light provides a comprehensive Professional Development programme to help Learning & Development professionals understand the significance of learning technologies in the workplace today and how to effectively implement them within the workflow processes of their organisation.
Sheffield-based Learning Light is supported by Yorkshire Forward, the regional development agency for Yorkshire and the Humber, and the European Regional Development Fund.
Further information from:
Mark Pittaway/ Kay Simpson, Learning Light, +44 (0)114 201 5703