LiveTime Learning springs ahead with new website

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LiveTime Learning launches new website to meet new business demandLiveTime Learning has launched a renewed website following recent demand from businesses wanting to champion their L&D offering. The refreshed site communicates LiveTime’s broad offering and award-winning “On-Demand” subscription service.

The independent company, specialising in virtual classrooms within the workplace, collaborates with businesses to modernise their approach to L&D – retaining the personal interaction learners gain from face-to-face training and delivering this direct and online.

www.livetimelearning.co.uk features the range of clients who partner/have partnered with LiveTime Learning – including Belkin, Blue Cross, BP, BT, Cereal Partners Worldwide, DAC Beachcroft, Hitachi, Kraft Heinz, Royal Bank of Scotland, RSA, Savills and Sky – and outlines to organisations the benefits of L&D delivery via virtual classrooms. The site holds expert thinking and company updates via a new blog and offers a dedicated learners’ zone.

Brightwave Group launched LiveTime Learning at 2010’s Learning Technologies Show. LiveTime Learning became an independent company in 2015. The brand continues to evolve and meet the needs of today’s workplace learners, offering flexibility and choice for self-development.

LiveTime Learning’s Managing Director Matt Turner said:

“Our new website provides a strong platform to showcase what we offer – from consultancy, development and implementation of bespoke virtual classrooms, to our award-winning subscription service that builds staff capability in over 125 topics to improve business, communication and management skills.”

Whilst LiveTime Learning focusses on creating and delivering virtual training, the LiveTime team is also adept at providing face-to-face training.

Matt added:

“Digital workplace learning has rapidly expanded given the traditional classroom training model can be impractical, costly and time dependent. For some learners and the content they require, there’s a value to face-to-face training that e-learning can’t quite match. We collaborate with businesses to bridge the digital gap and help them make that transition – changing behaviour and transforming the way their people learn.”

The new website launched on 4th March; feedback is welcomed via Twitter: @LiveTimeLearn.

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