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New Irish eLearning platform launched

Written by Robert McHugh, on 30th Mar 2015. Posted in Ireland

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In a press release issued today, KnowledgeBase, a Dublin based eLearning start-up has launched a new interactive online learning resource aimed at providing busy professionals with detailed information on a range of important legal, regulatory and business subjects.

Using state of the art technology, they will blend necessary online content with video tutorials as well as providing a mechanism for tracking progress and understanding.

It will be an online resource for the new Companies Act 2014, the largest piece of legislation enacted in the history of the state. The combination of a platform developed by leading web developers and content that has been created and reviewed by distinguished company law experts has brought about an extremely powerful tool which functions both as a convenient guide to the new Companies Act and also an easy to use and convenient method of further education for busy professionals.

KnowledgeBase was launched in March 2015 and initially focused on busy professionals and company Directors who are preparing for the formal introduction of the Companies Act when it comes into force on 1st June 2015.

According to Maeve Harrington, Director of KnowledgeBase, "KnowledgeBase combines expert knowledge in a particular field with a comprehensive interactive eLearning platform consisting of explanatory video tutorials, succinct text and end of module quick quizzes from a team of experts for which CPD points (Continuing Professional Development) will be awarded.

KnowledgeBase is aimed at upskilling busy professionals with accessible and best in class learning resources so that professionals can do what they do best and add maximum value to their organization."

For more visit: www.businessworld.ie

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