Monthly Archives: April 2012

Ethos Consultancy develops Arabic and English E-learning Solutions for Corporates and Government

There is a distinct shift in educational behavior happening right now across the World and the Middle East is no different. People are moving away from traditional classroom training to state of the art e-learning suites and learning ‘on the go’. If you couple this with the Federal Government developing the ‘Mohammed Bin Rashid Smart Learning Initiative’ in schools, this can only be the beginning of an E-learning revolution in the Region.

This transition in the learning culture has created a niche in the Middle East market for a bilingual e-learning platform leading to Ethos developing the Learning Moments® Solution. Partnering with global leaders in E-Learning allows organisations to personalize their programs according to their needs.

Ethos have begun offering clients Customer Service E-Learning courses through the Learning Moments® Platform. This is done by liaising with clients to create a bespoke online training program designed exclusively around the knowledge and skills requirements of their employees. This will create a learning experience which combines a unique mix of industry knowledge and compatibility for its users.

The Managing Director of Ethos, Robert Keay stated the potential of the Learning Moments® platform in saying ‘the beauty of our platform is its flexibility as it has the ability to be implemented by any sector and/or industry, and not just relating to customer service. This has got our current clients in Banking, Government, Education and other industries really excited by the benefits it can offer them.’

The interaction capabilities of Learning moments makes it educational as well as enjoyable, whilst supporting all levels of learning. This makes it as easy to use for beginners as it would be for hardened experts.

Robert Keay elaborated on this in saying “The programs designed on the Learning Moments® Platform aim to engage each and every learner. This is important because without engaging the learner, they will not take the necessary action to achieve the desired learning results.”