Scottish councils work together to cut cost of e-learning launch

October 2009
People Management;10/8/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p12
The article reports on the collaboration of eight Scottish councils to reduce the cost of electronic learning (e-learning). The collaborative scheme is part of the Clyde Valley Learning and Development Project (CVLDP), formed in 2007, to share training services across the councils. According to Gerry Farrell, project manager for CVLDP, the e-learning saving could be about 25 percent of what they may have paid as individual councils. Also enumerated are the councils that are already participating in the scheme as of October 2009 including Glasgow city.


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