Language Learning Courses Added to the E-Learning Centre Website
The E-Learning Centre, an information resource about e-learning and learning technologies for business education, not-for-profit or the public sector, has added technology-delivered language courses in French, Spanish, German and Dutch for English-speakers to its growing portfolio of e-learning courses.
With this in mind, the E-Learning Centre, an information resource about e-learning and learning technologies for business education, not-for-profit or the public sector, has added technology-delivered language courses in French, Spanish, German and Dutch for English-speakers to its growing portfolio of e-learning courses.
Moreover, it has added courses in learning English for French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish and Russian and Brazilian Portuguese native speakers.
All these e-learning courses – which can be delivered to a range of devices – have been developed by the Belgium-based language specialist, Altissia.
“We believe that the Altissia multi-language learning platform, which is SCORM-compliant, provides engaging and effective e-learning of an excellent standard,” said David Patterson, a director of Learning Light which runs the E-learning Centre website. “Each e-learning programme is immersive, practical and progressive and, as such, we believe should be hugely effective.
“All the Altissia courses scored extremely highly in Learning Light’s e-learning content evaluation tool (E-Lcet) – which provides an objective assessment of any piece of e-learning,” he added. “Indeed, all the e-learning materials that form the ‘courses’ section of the E-learning Centre have had to meet quality criteria set through this tool.
“This means that anyone who is looking for e-learning materials can be confident of the quality of those available via the E-learning Centre website.”
The Altissia language courses can be studied, effectively, purely via e-learning materials but Learning Light can also arrange – with Altissia - for those who want to improve their pronunciation, comprehension and oral expression to talk to a native speaker of that language, via videoconferencing.
“These language courses are available both to individuals and, as a language platform, to organisations which want to standardise the language learning materials for their employees,” said Patterson.
About Learning Light Ltd
Sheffield-based Learning Light, founded, in 2005, provides advice and help to organisations use e-learning and learning technologies to improve their business performance. It’s one of the few organisations in Europe that publishes regular research on the e-learning market – notably publishing in-depth reports on the UK and European e-learning markets, encompassing market size, growth projections and technology trends.
Learning Light’s research has been used widely by Governments to inform economic policy; by universities and education establishments; by journalists; by investors evaluating new opportunities and by other research organisations.
Learning Light provides support for clients at all stages of an e-learning project and also offers ready-developed e-learning courses in a variety of topics, as well as a range of courses for the engineering, manufacturing, waste management and recycling sectors. It is a WAMITAB Approved Centre to deliver qualifications.
Further information from:
David Patterson/ Gill Broadhead, Learning Light, +44 (0)114 223 2442
Bob Little, Bob Little Press & PR, +44 (0)1727 860405
+44 (0)114 223 2442