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Discover a New World of eLearning! Join us Learning Tech 2019, where we'll be showcasing, high-quality, high impact eLearning designs
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We explore how eLearning can significantly reduce training costs, especially for large businesses and organisations
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This year, we’re proud of what we’ve accomplished and honoured to have worked with such exciting and diverse clients.
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For their latest event, The FA Youth League Conference, we created an informal coffee shop style conference.
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eLearning is now a common inclusion in the training programmes of many organisations. This includes private enterprise, the public sector and all levels of education.
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Built with young people in mind, our leading system has been launched across the Humber Region
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A guide to choosing the right sound equipment and provision for events and conferences
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Top tips on creating eLearning that supports training and educational goals
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Whether by accident or intent The Greatest Showman achieves more than his dream. He creates a diverse, and loyal team, one most HR departments would be proud of.
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At the start of 2018, Shell set herself the challenge of completing 5 physically enduring challenges to raise money for the Bone Cancer Trust...
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Being a referee can be one of the toughest roles in sport. Refs must be quick on their feet making decisions that can make or break a game, a massive responsibility...
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Introducing Sam Needham, Junior Digital Designer
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Technology is a growing influence in football. Digital advertising in stadiums, in-depth video analysis enabling managers to hone tactics, goal line technology and even the much-maligned VAR we saw during the World Cup in the summer.
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Being a professional footballer in 2018 takes more than talent alone. Players, coaches and managers are changing the face of football creating a more diverse and inclusive atmosphere with positive values and behaviour on and off the pitch.
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