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Home > News > March 2006 > 31-Mar-2006

Merger leads to new blended learning offering

Online training provider Atrium Group Limited recently completed its merger with GBS Corporate Training.

GBS Corporate Training now offers a blended learning approach which combines Atrium's e-learning technology with GBS Corporate Training's classroom-based training courses.

"There's a growing market requirement for a next generation training approach that combines the latest online multimedia training solutions with current best practice in face-to-face training," said Jonathan Sears-Corfield, the Group's CEO.

Phil Dodds, group sales and marketing director at Atrium Communications, will host a seminar entitled 'Blended Learning: What does it mean to you?' at the HRD show, 4-6 April at Olympia, London. The presentation forms part of the e-learning technology showcase.

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