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St Albans, United Kingdom, 2005/06/15 - Trainer1 has won a contract to supply authoring tools, along with training for e-learning development, to a dedicated group of e-learning developers at Kings College Hospital, in Denmark Hill, Dulwich, in south east London, UK..
Contract to supply authoring tools, along with training for e-learning development, to a dedicated group of e-learning developers at Kings College Hospital, in Denmark Hill, Dulwich, in south east London.
King's College Hospital is a major London teaching hospital, providing a wide range of hospital services for people in the London boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham. It is also recognised nationally and internationally for work in liver disease and transplantation, foetal medicine, neurosciences, cardiology and haemo-oncology.
According to Trainer1’s managing director, Neil Lasher: “Part of Kings College Hospital’s ‘vision’ is to be recognised as a ‘world class centre of clinical and academic excellence’. We are delighted to be able to help the hospital to achieve this in the particular sphere of developing e-learning materials.”
Trainer1 is supplying Kings College Hospital with the world-renowned Lectora authoring tool, produced by Trivantis, along with a range of training courses in both Lectora and ‘creating successful e-learning’.
Trainer1 is an independent e-learning specialist and creator of sophisticated courseware for learning, with a long experience in computer delivered learning. In particular, Trainer1 has developed, supplies and supports:
Authoring tools - for the creation of content, meeting SCORM, AICC, LRN, XML, and QTI standards.
Learning and Knowledge Management tools - for the management and distribution of content, including accreditation and reporting of data within existing databases.
Delivery systems for workflow learning - CSL™.
Tools and libraries to create multimedia content, including image editors, easy to use Flash production tools, libraries of sound, graphics and animation.
Specialist training events to assist trainers become self sufficient in e-learning design and production. Development services in the creation and maintenance of learning content.
Trainer1’s client list includes major corporates such as ABN AMRO, Alliance & Leicester, Kraft Foods, Mitsubishi Corporation, Specsavers and Camelot, along with public sector clients including the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the Department for International Development, Kings College Hospital, the Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability and many local authorities.
Trainer1 is privately owned and remains a small, friendly company providing high quality product combined with personal service to Blue Chip Companies, as well as small and medium sized enterprises. Trainer1 is a member of many e-learning organisations and works with standards bodies to ensure technology is meeting the needs of users worldwide, as well as the guidelines determined by the governing groups in the e-learning industry.
Further information from:
Neil Lasher, Trainer1, 020 7264 4844