trainingOn 30 Apr 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Thisweek’s training news.Arrivaonline learningTransportservices firm Arriva has launched an online learning and development system toprovide a programme of e-learning for its 33,000 staff. The company has set-upa dedicated e-learning website called the Gateway, which will bring trainingdirectly to staff. The site draws together existing training and externalresources into one point of access.www.arriva.co.uk RiskmanagementAirtraffic controllers around Europe are to get new training in risk managementvia an interactive online course. Eurocontrol, responsible for air navigationsafety, is rolling out the course to staff from 30 countries. London-based XORhas created the software, which draws on the lessons learned from high-profiledisasters like the King’s Cross fire. It will be followed-up by a two-dayclassroom course.www.ecacnav.com ManagementschoolManagersworking at Caledonian Life have the chance to gain internationally-recognisedqualifications after the group launched its school of manage-ment. The courses,approved by NEBS, include a team leader award and diploma in management. Basedat Mont Clare Hotel in Dublin, the centre will enable staff to help developbusiness solutions.www.caledonianlife.ie Trainingfor bankersBankingstaff in the Middle East are getting British training on project management,teamwork and communication skills. The tailor-made development programme wasintroduced following a series of trade missions. The Right Track Consultancywill deliver the training to the Institute of Banking Studies in Kuwait City.www.rtconsult.co.uk Related posts:No related photos.