Join our free web seminar next wednesday 18th for companies struggling with software training and support for their workforce and see how the new Skillaware Performance Support and Learning Analytics platform may promote faster user on boarding and more effective engagement
Online classes are perfect for high school students who needs to complete an Advanced Placement course, retake a credit, or supplement a homeschool curriculum.
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With open education courses one can enhance their skills while sitting at any part of the world. North Coast TAFE has over 45,000 students enroll per year into nationally recognised courses and training. Their purpose is providing high quality, personalised vocational education and training to build prosperity, sustainability and innovation.
Sterco Learning is a digital learning solutions provider focused on delivering engaging content for corporate and K-12 segment across Flash and HTML5 formats.
The task of scheduling resources plays an important role in the overall success of an organization. As a result, it is necessary to exert sufficient effort and resources to the whole process of scheduling. Scheduling software is becoming the…Read more ›
Forest Trail Academy offers online school courses for homeschoolers. Online courses are offered from kindergarten to Grade 12. K12 home school curriculum is aligned to the common core standards and next generation sunshine standards. Online k12 home school courses are taught by the teachers having experience in the online instruction. The degree earned from the school is accepted by the colleges and universities nationwide.
A European legal authority last week advised that the Safe Harbor framework which allows European organizations to send personal data to the US should no longer be legal. Assessment thought leader John Kleeman explains what this means and discusses the potential consequences to those delivering assessments and training in Europe.