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  • Jobseekers see Retraining as the Key to Securing an Environmental Job or Renewable Energy Job


    A recent online survey asked jobseekers if they - Would consider retraining to get a Green job. This online survey was promoted on Greenjobs (United Kingdom and Ireland) and the survey results show that 94 percent of those who participated in the survey would consider retraining to get a Green job while 6 percent said they would not consider retraining to get a Green job.

    (Filed: Fri Jan 29 2010)
  • Babies Reading Before They Can Talk...?

    ‘Your Baby Can Read!’ is a programme which uses associations to get babies reading. It shows what the word looks like; it lets the baby hear the sounds of the word and it also shows a picture of the word in action. So using the senses of sight and sound, the child is being entertained by seeing all the pieces come together.

    (Filed: Wed Jan 13 2010)
  • Membership rockets for eLearning Network CIC

    After more than 20 years as an unincorporated association with around 150 members, the eLearning Network (eLN) - a non-profit organisation run by the e-learning community for the e-learning community – is beginning its first full year as a community interest company (CIC). In its last year as an unincorporated body and with a new membership structure including free associate membership, the eLN saw its membership rise tenfold and, now that it is a CIC, its membership stands at over 2,000.

    (Filed: Mon Jan 11 2010)
  • Every School In Clare To Receive Online Encyclopaedias

    Every primary and secondary school in County Clare is to get free access to online versions of the popular Encyclopedia Britannica and World Book as part of a nationwide e-Learning initiative announced by the Department of Education and Science.

    (Filed: Sat Jan 09 2010)

    Netintelligence, the internet security and safety arm of hosting provider iomart Group plc, has been chosen to provide the e-safety software to support the Government’s initiative to ensure computer access for more low income children in state education in England.

    (Filed: Thu Jan 07 2010)
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