Nov. 13, 2006 – Rob Arntsen, managing director of web-based knowledge systems provider, MyKnowledgeMap (MKM), will present a case study at Online Educa Berlin’s pre-conference forum, on 29th November, focusing on ‘Lifelong Learning – Policy and Practice in the UK’. At this forum, which precedes Europe’s pre-eminent online learning conference, Arntsen will be joined by other UK learning providers, including Microsoft UK and the Open Learning Centre International.
“Lifelong Learning is promoted by the European Union as the core strategy to reach the goal of the 2000 Lisbon agenda,” Arntsen explained. “By 2010, Europe should become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth, with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion.
“With our pioneering e-Academy designs and state-of-the-art e-learning delivery systems and content, MKM is powerfully placed to offer forum delegates the chance to learn more about initiatives for lifelong learning, and how we are embedding ICT into our clients’ learning strategies,” he added.
The forum will be followed by the Online Educa Berlin conference (29th November to 1st December).
Notes for Editors:
Founded in 2000, MyKnowledgeMap (often known as MKM) is a dynamic company delivering web-based knowledge systems designed by individuals, for the individual.
Operating in the corporate, public and education sectors, MKM’s range of products and services includes:
• Academies: MKM is the UK’s leading supplier of infrastructure systems for national skill academies, including those in the UK for food & drink manufacturing, sport & active leisure, care, and retail. MKM’s e-academy infrastructure helps learners and people with a stake in a particular skill to progress from entry to degree level. Working with the UK’s national Sector Skills Councils (MKM’s clients include Skillsmart Retail, Improve and SkillsActive), MKM has pioneered online academies that can help people with everything from day-to-day productivity to discovering and achieving relevant qualifications. MKM also offers e-academies tailored to the needs of organisations in the private and local government sectors.
• Skills diagnostics: MKM’s Skills Diagnostic suite allows clients to build their own system of skills diagnosis and training regimens. Its sophisticated software tools are designed to meet clients’ specific needs, and to facilitate, not impose, the required solutions.
• Learning: MKM’s e-learning solutions, including e-learning content, delivery systems and teaching aids, are used by a worldwide and growing range of organisations from Lloyds TSB to the RSPB; from manufacturing to retailing; from the police to local authorities; from the University of York to colleges in Delhi, Bahrain and Nairobi. MKM produces inventive and versatile applications that are can be shaped and contextualised by their users to meet the rapidly-changing needs of contemporary work and training, either for use within an e-Academy environment or as stand-alone products.
Further Information from:
Rob Arntsen / Tom Holland/ Dawn Ritchie, MyKnowledgeMap 00 44 (0) 1904 466081
Peter Muir / Bob Little, Bob Little Press & PR 00 44 (0) 1727 860405
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