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New Launch by London School of Business and Finance in Singapore – AgileLearning

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SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), a Private Education Institution in Singapore since 2011, announced a launch of a new product — LSBF AgileLearning.

LSBF AgileLearning is the school’s “solution-in-a-box” eLearning platform with more than 800 interactive courses across Finance, Marketing, Business Planning and software skills.

With over hundreds of professionally developed courses at launch, the school is committed to add 2 new courses monthly, coupled with simple price plan options from as little as S$9.90.

This launch of the eLearning platform is part of the school’s digital learning initiative aimed at broadening the School’s reach and deepening its impact to support the delivery of distinctive education offerings in Singapore. All LSBF Singapore’s students may access this platform, at no cost, for skills development during their school days.

To celebrate the new launch, LSBF will be giving free access for a limited time.

AgileLearning

LSBF AgileLearning has two segments:

Corporate:

LSBF AgileLearning aims to strengthen enterprise capabilities and HR practices to support skills mastery and career development pathways in line with SkillsFuture.

This eLearning platform is a fully functional Learning Management System (LMS) with course creation and editing tools; built around a flexible model that makes it highly effective for organisations to adopt eLearning as part of their learning and development.

Companies are allow to customize the online courses to meet their organization objectives and train as many employees as needed using LSBF AgileLearning. The school ensures that content are up-to-date for industry relevant, quality content. Upon completion of the course, employees will received results and certification of completion instantaneously.

Companies can simply pay a one-time set-up cost of S$500 and brand the platform under their company’s name.

Individual:

In line with the objectives of SkillsFuture to support and encourage lifelong learning and help professionals to stay relevant to a changing workplace, and in recognition that mid-career individuals may face greater challenges in undertaking training, LSBF Agile-Learning Portal offers more than 800 courses for individual to choose from.

Individuals can enjoy the benefits of the LSBF Agile-Learning from as low as $9.90 with immediately results and certification of completion upon completion of course.

About London School of Business and Finance (LBSF) in Singapore

London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) in Singapore was established in 2011 with the support of LSBF in UK, under the royal patron, His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent GCVO.

As a global institution, the School has grown exponentially; receiving numerous awards and accreditations in Singapore and boasting two impressive campuses, right in the heart of the Central Business District.

LSBF in Singapore equips its students with the requisite knowledge and skills through 6 unique business units — School of Professional, School of Business, School of Hospitality, School of English, Chinese Business Department as well as Executive Development.

With industry experienced lecturers, holistic student services and resources, LSBF in Singapore is committed to break down geographical barriers by providing the highest quality education to students from every corner of the globe.

For more information, visit http://www.LSBF.edu.sg.

Source: London School of Business & Finance
Related Links:
http://www.LSBF.edu.sg

Written by asiafreshnews

September 14, 2016 at 12:00 pm

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