Hertfordshire based ELEARN4BUSINESS Ltd is marking the notable landmark of their 10th anniversary this month with a thank you to all the organisations who have shown their dedication to helping educate their workforce via online learning.
Since delivering their first project back in 2011 this innovative online eLearning company has gone from strength to strength, developing over 100 bespoke and off-the-shelf courses, and overseeing 45,000 plus learners logging in and completing their learning.
Despite the challenges for many sectors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Elearn4business has continued to support their clients throughout this difficult time. Rob Latter, Co-Founder of ELEARN4BUSINESS said. “We would like to thank all of our clients and partners for caring about their staff, volunteers, external coaches and every learner that has accessed our services over the past decade. We are truly blessed to be able to look back on our growth and success since our first project in 2011 which has seen us help many organisations across various sectors including active leisure, health & fitness, sport & physical activity, charity and government with their eLearning requirements”.
ELEARN4BUSINESS has also supported organisations with the delivery of national campaigns such as the 'This Girl Can Swim' via Sport England, the 'Sainsbury’s Schools Programme' and the 'Alzheimer’s Society’s dementia friend’s' initiative.
As the demand for moderated, trackable, reportable and learner-centric eLearning continues, more organisations are looking to improve the way they deliver learning and development opportunities for all.
ELEARN4BUSINESS Ltd are known for the quality of their courses and the end user experience and it is because of the focus of their clients who help drive the eLearning experience within the workplace that they continue to grow.
To mark their 10th anniversary, any new services taken out before the 28th February 2021 will benefit from a 10% reduction. If you would like to discuss the possibilities for your organisation and see some real examples then please get in touch with Rob here: get in touch