e-learning reveals New Horizons

New Horizons and its sister companies are planning to showcase their multitude of training solutions at this year's show. The training provider will focus on four main areas - technical courses, e-learning applications, application-specific learning material and long-term career progression programmes.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  September 29, 2003

New Horizons and its sister companies are planning to showcase their multitude of training solutions at this year's show. The training provider will focus on four main areas - technical courses, e-learning applications, application-specific learning material and long-term career progression programmes.

"We're bringing a wide range of training solutions to this year's show," says Nadeem Younis, general manager, New Horizons. "We've extended the range of courses that we're offering here in Dubai. We're now offering courses on Great Plains, CRM software and security," he adds.

E-learning will be topping the vendor's agenda for the five-day show. New Horizons' sister company, Human Soft, will be demonstrating a range of Arabised e-learning applications and content, all based on its partnership agreement with NetG.

"Since [Human Soft] signed the agreement with NetG last year, we have come a long way. We have already Arabised applications and we will be demonstrating them during the show," comments Younis.

"Net G offers over 3000 titles covering business skills, IT and applications. We are in the process of Arabising these applications. We started Arabising the technical applications," he adds.

For the most part only the region's largest IT houses have been able to invest in e-learning applications. However, the market is maturing and more organisations are requesting e-learning solutions.

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