Fact Finders from Poland Visit Learning Light

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<p><strong>Sheffield, England &mdash; July 31</strong><br />Learning Light (LL), a nonprofit center of excellence in the use of learning technologies in the workplace, has hosted a delegation from Poland on a fact-finding mission to learn about the United Kingdom&#39;s multimedia and information systems sector.<br /><br />Learning Light and MRS Consultancy have played host to a delegation from MultiKlaster, an EU-funded project that aims to create a &quot;cluster of multimedia and information systems&quot; in Nowy Sacz, Poland.<br /><br />Kinga Pawlowska, president of the MultiKlaster board, and colleague Elwira Waszkiewicz spent several days with the Yorkshire-based MRS Consultancy to learn and share experiences of working with creative and digital businesses. </p><p>While they were in Yorkshire, the Polish delegation met representatives of the computer games developer, Sumo Digital, as well as Renaissance South Yorkshire, the Workshop, Creative Sheffield and LL.<br /><br />Among those contributing to the talks that the Poles held while in the United Kingdom were Tony Newson, formerly program chief executive of the Objective 1 Directorate in South Yorkshire; Richard Lukey of Business Link South Yorkshire; and David Patterson, LL head of partnerships who is responsible for the LL business-support activities in the e-learning cluster. </p><p>Patterson manages the LL &quot;VEN&quot; of companies, which work together to win bids for large contracts jointly and also supports the U.K. LearnOnline consortium of e-learning companies worldwide.<br /><br />&quot;We were delighted to have this opportunity to demonstrate some of the U.K.&#39;s capabilities and achievements in the digital industries sector, especially in terms of the application of learning technologies in the workplace,&quot; Mark Pittaway, LL CEO, said.</p>

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