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Vision West Nottinghamshire College enhances course offering

Vision West Nottinghamshire College has developed a new and exciting partnership with leading UK edtech firm, e-Careers Limited, to significantly expand its course offering and increase its engagement with SMEs across the UK.

With over 600 courses available via its unique e-learning platform, e-Careers has successfully educated in excess of 400,000 individuals over the past five years alone, with the most popular courses being in Business Development, Accountancy and Project Management.

This new partnership is the latest development in the College’s work to provide extensive career and learning opportunities for young people, whilst aiding Employers with accessible and cost-effective professional development programs for the benefit of their workforce.

Dame Asha Khemka DBE, Principal and Chief Executive of Vision West Nottinghamshire College said: “Each year the College prides itself on supporting some 26,000 full and part-time students in securing new qualifications and carving their desired career path. By forming this new partnership with e-Careers we hope to significantly expand on this by offering hundreds of exciting e-learning courses, accessible from any PC or mobile device, across the country.”

Examples of the new online and accredited courses provided to the College through e-Careers include Prince2 Project Management, Accountancy and Bookkeeping and IT courses certified by Microsoft and Cisco – with many e-learning opportunities also suitable for employers from across a range of industry sectors.

Chairman of e-Careers, Sir Eric Peacock, said: “Vision West Nottinghamshire College is a renowned educational establishment, and one of the most successful Colleges within the UK. e-Careers is, therefore, both honoured and excited about our new partnership, and feel that the e-learning offering will aid the College in building on its successful relationships with businesses from across the UK, through a varied and extensive online course offering.”

Sir Eric Peacock continued, “What’s more, the new e-learning platform will also enable the College to successfully impact the lives of students and adult learners who are unable to physically attend the College due to an existing job role or geographical distance, for example.”

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