elearn2work – meeting small business needs (Video Short Podcast)

by | Nov 7, 2007 | Interviews

The eLearn2work project in South Yorkshire is an action research project to understand how e-learning can help small businesses improve their productivity.

This video is a summary of the interview with Michael Thornton of Knowlegebase UK ( a lead partner in the project) is suitable for any education practioner looking to engage small businesses and work more effectively together.

He looks at

  • How e-learning can help us respond to small business needs
  • qualifications in small and micro businesses
  • The benefits of educators and businesses working together

Related articles:

full audio podcast of interview

Related case studies and testimonies with small businesses from the e-learn2work project

Overview of initial research findings


This article was originally created by the Work based e-learning project at e-skills UK and is reproduced with kind permission.

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