BA chooses three suppliers to aid e-learning development

July 2003
IT Training;Jul/Aug2003, p8
Trade Publication
British Airways PLC (BA) has picked three e-learning firms to provide online training to its 50,000 employees. Bourne Training, Epic Group and Tata Interactive Systems will handle airline's e-learning operations. 'BA has gone down the preferred-supplier route because we see it as a more effective way of working,' says a BA spokeswoman. Courses will cover all aspects of BA's operations including goods handling and health and safety.


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