The Government-backed distance e-learning initiative, UK eUniversitiesWorldwide (UKeU), has appointed a new corporate business development team whichaims to create and deliver degree content courses for companies in the publicand private sector. UKeU’s first course will be launched in January, and the team is indiscussions with a number of organisations to create content specificallymatched to their needs. “Much e-learning to date has been supply-led, poorly delivered andtouted as a universal solution,” says Michael Smith, who leads the UKeUteam. “What sets UKeU apart is its flexible approach to working withcorporations to facilitate the integration with other training methods, whiledelivering high-quality, postgraduate degree-level training.” Based on its own research, UKeU says it will be developing programmes inbusiness management, finance, e-commerce, nursing, bio-sciences, media and ITmanagement. www.ukeu.com Related posts:No related photos. eUniversities team goes corporateOn 3 Oct 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed.