Trainer1 exports e-learning expertise to Russia

From: Trainer1
Published: Tue Dec 12 2006

Trainer1, one of the UK’s leading learning consultancies, is supplying its e-learning expertise and experience to Business Training Russia (BTR), one of Russia’s leading short-term business education and training companies. Among the Moscow-based company’s internationally known clients are Audi, Bacardi, Sony, Volvo, L’Oreal, IKEA and Diageo.

Trainer1’s, Neil Lasher, explained: "BTR, which is at the forefront of the corporate training scene in Russia, is experiencing a growth in demand for blended rather than purely classroom-delivered learning. Consequently, BTR has approached Trainer1 to help it to build a strategic plan to develop its blended learning offering and to help it develop its capability to produce and deliver e-learning materials.

"In its work, Trainer1 specialises in helping organisations to become self-sufficient in designing and developing e-learning materials," he added. "Our specialists are now providing the benefit of our many years’ experience to help BTR staff to do the same."

Under the terms of the deal, Trainer1 will be working with BTR to help build a new market position, as well as the transfer of knowledge and skills required to recruit and train suitable staff including instructional designers and training development staff.


Notes for Editors:

About Business Training Russia

Business Training Russia is one of the leading short-term business education and training companies in Russia.

The company was founded in 1999 by a famous Russian business trainer, Vladimir Solovyiev.

Business Training Russia focuses on five core strategic business education areas: Management, Sales and Marketing, Business Simulation Games, Team Building, and HR consulting in the area of staff assessment and development. The company’s product pipeline includes the wide variety of training programmes aimed at improvement for all occupations at all corporate levels.

About Trainer1

Trainer1 is one of the UK’s leading independent e-learning specialists, creating sophisticated courseware for learning. It works in a number of areas including:
• Creating custom-built e-learning solutions
• Supplying e-learning training and consultancy to make clients self-sufficient in servicing their e-learning needs – especially in terms of embedded and workflow learning
• Operating as a ‘tools warehouse’ for tools used by Trainer1’s clients

Trainer1 has lengthy experience in computer delivered learning. In particular, Trainer1 develops, supplies and supports:
• Authoring tools - for the creation of content, meeting all common 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.
• Specialised training events to assist trainers and instructional designers to become self sufficient in e-learning design and production.
• Development services in the creation and maintenance of learning content.

Trainer1’s client list includes international major corporations such as ABN AMRO, Kraft Foods, Deutsche Post (DHL) and Mitsubishi Corporation, along with clients including DCLG (formerly the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister) in the UK, the Department for International Development, and the UK’s Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability, along with many municipal 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 Neil Lasher, of Trainer1 is a committee member of the eLN and President (from 2006) of the Global Network of ASTD UK. He also 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, 00 44 (0) 20 7264 4844;
Bob Little, Bob Little Press & PR, 00 44 (0) 1727 860405

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