UKeU to teach Inland Revenue how to e-learn

October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p5
Trade Publication
UkeU, the government-backed firm that provides online courses from Great Britain universities to students and organisations worldwide, has won a contract to provide e-learning skills to around 70,000 Inland Revenue staff. UKeU will develop and deliver a bespoke Web-based programme that will include techniques, examples and exercises to help employees learn skills for studying online and promote their development as independent learners.


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