The Digital Education Service has a remit to support strategic partnerships through collaborations involving online learning. Whether you are interested in supporting the development of an online course for external audiences or would like the Service to help you design and deliver online learning within your organisation, we can help.
The Service has successfully partnered with a wide range of organisations to co-create online courses for a wide range of audiences including professionals in the workplace.
Partnerships include the Goldman Sachs Foundation, the Institute of Coding, M&S, ICAEW, Ufi, IBM and the BBC. Utilising the FutureLearn and Coursera international learning platforms we have helped our partners reach worldwide audiences to deliver business growth training to women in developing countries, provide support for retail staff working in schools and the provision of a portfolio of digital skills training for those entering or returning to the work place.
With a team of 50 professionals we can support you with the design of pedagogically appropriate learning for your employees, suppliers or clients. Our award-winning team can provide high quality video, animation and interactive exercises to engage and encourage learning. We can also provide access to external learning platforms to reach millions of learners worldwide, working at scale with manageable costs.
If you want to know more about our online courses, or for an informal discussion, contact our Business Development team.
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