Echelon St. Martin’s College Help Boost Skills

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<p><strong>London &mdash; May 31</strong><br />Learning materials publisher Echelon Learning Ltd. is collaborating with St. Martin&#39;s College Centre for Creativity and Innovation to provide online learning materials to the staff of small and midsized enterprises (SMEs) in Northwest England under the Into Enterprise Project (IEP).<br /><br />The IEP, funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the North West Development Agency (NWDA) and administered by St. Martin&#39;s College, aims to define the competencies needed to operate an SME and then provide learning materials that support these competencies. </p><p>These learning materials encompass self-learning solutions, best-practice essays and action lists.<br /><br />The learning materials are made available via a Web site that forms part of an &quot;enterprise portal&quot; provided by St. Martin&#39;s College. <br /><br />Users register for the service and then have free access to all the learning materials it contains. </p><p>These learning materials comprise learning programs from the college and distance- and e-learning material developed by Echelon.<br /><br />&quot;St. Martin&#39;s College engaged us to help in this project after viewing our Learning Matters Web site,&quot; said David Hill, Echelon managing director. &quot;They liked the format of the site and felt that the wide range of business and management content met the needs of their SME clients perfectly.&quot;<br /><br />Echelon&#39;s Web site (which contains a virtual library of 2,000-plus downloadable, bite-size performance solutions, digest articles and toolkits, as well as an informative blog on e-learning related topics) is in the process of being enhanced to allow users to learn in real time. </p><p>About 500 of the Learning Matters modules are being updated to allow users to learn online instead of downloading the learning materials for study offline.</p>

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