MT GUIDE TO BUSINESS EDUCATION & TRAINING: Worldwide Learning Ltd

MT GUIDE TO BUSINESS EDUCATION & TRAINING: Worldwide Learning Ltd - PROFILE: Worldwide Learning was established by News Corporation to create stimulating and innovative corporate learning programmes that really deliver results. Our unique approach to buil

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

PROFILE: Worldwide Learning was established by News Corporation to create stimulating and innovative corporate learning programmes that really deliver results. Our unique approach to building flexible learning solutions means we develop training that organisations can tailor to their staff training needs and budget. We split our products into a number of key components that have been designed to support and complement each other, so they can be used to offer either a workshop-led or self-study approach. Learning is also available at a number of levels: from team leaders to the most senior management.

AREAS OF SPECIALISATION: Our flexible management development programme 'Management Plus' can be used by in-house training departments or your chosen accredited Worldwide Learning facilitator to create and deliver a Certificate or Diploma in Management. The MBA option will be available in 2003.

RECENT CLIENTS: BSkyB, Fox, The Times, The Sun, Harper Collins, Bank of Communications, Agricultural Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Brno International Business School.

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