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The following news articles have been published by Cambridge Online Learning. To view a news article, please click on the article title: Institute of Leadership and Management accredits Cambridge Online Learning to deliver management awards Cambridge Online Learning has recently been accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management to deliver a number of management awards using blended learning.

Davis Langdon’s managers embark on the Cambridge International Diploma in Management
Davis Langdon, a multidisciplinary international construction and property consultancy, has teamed up with Cambridge Online Learning (COL) to develop their managers through the Cambridge International Diploma in Management.

COL passes Cambridge International Examinations accreditation inspection with flying colours
Cambridge Online Learning (COL) is pleased to announce a successful outcome of their recent accreditation inspection visit carried out by Margaret Sinclair Hunt, Chief Examiner of University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).

What do HR Managers in Hertfordshire really think about e-learning?
Following the success of the STEPPING UP management development programme supported by Learning and Skills Council (LSC), Hertfordshire, Cambridge Online Learning (COL) was commissioned to research and analyse the level of understanding of e-learning and online learning among employers in Hertfordshire. The findings were used to draw conclusions and make recommendations to inform the LSC to help with their formulation of future strategy on e-learning.

COL Achieves National Matrix Standard Recognition
Cambridge Online Learning (COL) has achieved the nationally recognised matrix Standard. This is a national independent accreditation by the East Midlands Quality Centre (EMQC) to formally recognise organisations for their best practice in the field of delivering information, advice and guidance for learning and work. It ensures consistency and clarity in the provision of information and facilitates that needs are met with skills.

Major Drive in UK towards Blended Learning for Management Training
Results from Cambridge Online Learning’s (COL) 2004 Annual Training Survey reveal a major growth in blended learning (a mixture of face to face and online delivery) in management training within the UK. Out of the 250 UK training buyers surveyed, 57% still prefer face to face while 42% expressed a preference for blended learning. All the signs show that blended learning is fast becoming the preferred form of delivery in management training.

COL Gets a Visit from Royalty
During her visit to South Yorkshire, HRH the Princess Royal called in at Cambridge Online Learning’s (COL) head office for a tour around COL’s online Global Campus.

COL Congratulates First Online MBA Graduates
At the graduation ceremony in Cape Town, South Africa, COL was represented by its first MBA graduates.

Another Win for Cambridge Online Learning
Cambridge Online Learning (COL) scoped an award for the second time running at the 2004 Barnsley Business Awards (BBA).

Latin Learning
Carlos De Martis, Cambridge Online Learning’s Latin American Associate, is in negotiation with Telefonica De Peru to develop an extensive programme of tailored management development. Telefonica is Latin America’s largest telecoms operator and has a number of affiliates throughout the region. Telefonica provides Peru’s only broadband network, ‘Speedy’.

Lloyds TSB – from Online Banking to Online Learning
Lloyds TSB has teamed up with Cambridge Online Learning to offer 1500 of Lloyds’ managers the chance to develop their Performance Management skills online.