PRN: Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) Expands Support to Help Large Organizations Turbo-Boost Their In-House e-learning Capabilities
PRN: Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) Expands Support to Help Large Organizations Turbo-Boost Their In-House e-learning Capabilities.
Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) Expands Support to Help Large Organizations Turbo-Boost Their In-House e-learning Capabilities
MUMBAI, India, December 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
...Imperial College London accelerates content, design and timeliness of learning...
Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a pioneer and global leader in customized learning solutions, today announced that it is increasing its support to in-house e-learning development teams as a result of demand for online learning. TIS also reveals three steps organizations can take to "turbo-boost" the capacity and capabilities of their in-house e-learning development teams. Â
According to TIS, the UK e-learning market has matured to become a mainstream activity and for many larger organizations this has meant a sudden growth of in-sourced e-learning development teams. Â These departments have been agile in meeting their organizational needs however the workload for many in-house teams has increased exponentially as they are being asked to deliver more learning content with fewer resources.
Imperial College London is a science-based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research that attracts 14,000 students and 6,000 staff. Â Ashish Hemani, eLearning Project Manager at the Faculty Education Office, Imperial College London explains, "E-learning delivers huge benefits to our medical undergraduates, ensuring they receive consistent learning while on rotation at hospitals around the UK. Â However, the success of our e-learning program meant our in-house project team became overwhelmed with further development requests. Â Partnering with TIS means we can draw upon additional development skilled resources without the costs of recruiting in-house or completely outsourcing development. Â We are able to share ideas with TIS's experts, benefit from their experience in novel areas such as 3-D animation and serious games and dramatically reduce the turnaround time for e-learning development while still delivering high-quality learning interventio! ns." Â
Will Chadwick, Vice President of Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) explains, "Over the past two years, partnering with in-house training and development teams has become an integral part of TIS's proposition. We work closely with several customers on this basis, providing them with much needed resources to strategically help meet deadlines, or to help deliver training projects that perhaps their in-house team have little past experience with - such as games, story based or mobile learning. Our highly skilled developers can sit in-house or work remotely in order to develop full e-learning programmes or innovative learning objects like serious games and 3-D animations to supplement basic e-learning. Flexibility is key- our TIS developers are highly proficient in using preferred authoring packages, so the in-house team can manage and update the e-learning when our consultant finishes working on the project. Â What's more this blended method of del! ivering learning will ensure that learning content remains fresh, innovative and delivers meaningful results to the business or organization."
To help HR and L&D departments continue to innovative and deliver high quality learning content Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) suggests a three step review: Â
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Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) is the world's leading developer of learning solutions. TIS' learning solutions are designed to enable organizational initiatives across industry verticals including Education; Government and Defense; Telecommunications and ICT; Pharmaceuticals and Health Care; Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance; Airlines, Transportation, Logistics, and Hospitality; Consumer Package Goods; and Manufacturing, Energy, and Construction.
With a team of over 600 multi-disciplinary specialists, TIS creates 3000+ hours of learning content across 220+ concurrent projects every year. TIS' solutions have proven their effectiveness at more than 60 Fortune 500 companies, leading educational institutions, and government departments.
TIS is the only learning solutions organization in the world to be assessed at Level 5 in both the SEI-CMM and P-CMM frameworks. Its solutions have won prestigious awards including Brandon Hall, APEX, BETT, and BIMA.
The scope of TIS' learning solutions encompasses on-boarding, sales training, process training, product training, curriculum design, assessments, soft skills training, and technical training.
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About Imperial College London
Consistently rated amongst the world's best universities, Imperial College London is a science-based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research that attracts 14,000 students and 6,000 staff of the highest international quality. Innovative research at the College explores the interface between science, medicine, engineering and business, delivering practical solutions that improve quality of life and the environment - underpinned by a dynamic enterprise culture.
Since its foundation in 1907, Imperial's contributions to society have included the discovery of penicillin, the development of holography and the foundations of fiber optics. This commitment to the application of research for the benefit of all continues today, with current focuses including interdisciplinary collaborations to improve global health, tackle climate change, develop sustainable sources of energy and address security challenges.
In 2007, Imperial College London and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust formed the UK's first Academic Health Science Centre. This unique partnership aims to improve the quality of life of patients and populations by taking new discoveries and translating them into new therapies as quickly as possible. Â For further information visit http://www.imperial.ac.ukÂ
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