TITLE

Nissan embarks on learning overhaul

PUB. DATE
June 2003
SOURCE
IT Training;Jun2003, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nissan Europe NV has rolled out a learning management system (LMS) as part of a two-year project to cut costs and modernize training for its 20,000 staff. The Pathlore LMS will provide an automated system for course catalogues and booking information, cutting costs and increasing training consistency, claims Paul Lazenbury, European manager of network training and sales methods at Nissan Europe. The Pathlore system was selected by training services company TTS Europe, which Nissan Europe appointed 18 months ago to oversee its training-delivery systems. Under the agreement, TTS Europe will find and negotiate with training suppliers on Nissan's behalf.
ACCESSION #
10022316

 

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