QA Training, has outlined its Internet and e-commerce strategy, designed to provide any time, anywhere learning. This development is spearheaded by new managing director, Bob Bradley, who joins from Skillsgroup.
"I am driving QA forward to meet the demand for cost-effective and responsive integrated learning solutions," said Bradley.
QA believes that e-learning will become an increasingly important element of the training mix. This belief is reinforced by the recent announcement that QA is to make 170 training courses available via the Internet. An investment of almost £8m over the next 12 months, including new initiatives such as QA's online booking system, e-Dynamix, will enable the company to deliver 'clicks and mortar' integrated training solutions to fulfil the training needs of its wide-ranging customer base.
"The training market is changing. With greater pressure on budgets and delegates' time, training providers have to deliver highly flexible, cost-effective training solutions," said Bradley "While traditional methods such as instructor-led courses will remain a vital element of QA's approach, the Internet will become a key delivery vehicle for different types of learning. QA is embracing e-business with investment in an online infrastructure."
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