Video Arts and Netex join forces to create 26 new responsive design online courses

Video Arts, the learning content specialist, has partnered with e-learning company Netex to create a new series of 26 ‘responsive design’ online courses which will work across a range of devices such as tablets, smartphones and laptops.
 
 
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Jan. 23, 2013 - PRLog -- Video Arts, the learning content specialist, has partnered with e-learning company Netex to create a new series of 26 ‘responsive design’ online courses which will work across a range of devices such as tablets, smartphones and laptops.

Covering subjects such as management skills, communication, teamwork, customer service, quality and continuous improvement, the new courses will combine Video Arts soft skills video and e-learning content with Netex’s fresh approach to online learning design.

“By delivering high quality content through mobile devices, these new courses will enable organisations to provide engaging, affordable and effective training that is compatible with people’s busy lifestyles,” said Mike Byrne, UK Country Manager for Netex. “Video Arts is an established global brand and it’s very exciting to work with them to create content that will play on any device, from desktops to mobile phones. Our responsive design templates mean the content will modify to suit the optimal display settings for each device.”

Martin Addison, CEO of Video Arts, said: “Netex is an experienced and internationally-recognised e-learning provider with great technological capability. We’re delighted to be partnering with them to offer exceptional e-learning course content with an optimal viewing experience across a wide range of devices. This new series of courses fits perfectly with our core proposition to provide engaging learning that’s accessible anytime and anywhere.”

The new courses will be compatible with Microsoft, iOS, Android and Blackberry devices and customers will be able to brand and tailor the content to their needs. The content will be SCORM-compliant, so it can be scheduled and managed via a mobile-learning platform. TinCan functionality will also be available.

English and Spanish versions of the courses will be distributed in key markets including Europe and Latin America.

For further information, please visit www.videoarts.com or www.netexcompany.com

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Now in its 40th year, Video Arts is the world’s leading provider of corporate video content. As well as generic, tailored and custom video training, it provides e-learning and m-learning solutions. Part of the Tinopolis Group, Video Arts has won over 200 awards for its learning content.

Founded in 1997, Netex is one of Spain’s leading providers of e-learning content, LMS technology, consultancy and managed services. The company’s clients include global corporations throughout Europe, Asia and Latin America.
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