Saunders Solutions for Vets Professional Skills online-course suite wins a prestigious 2010 Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Award
Camden, London, 11 November 2010 – Elsevier’s Vet CPD Professional Skills online courses have won a coveted Brandon Hall award for excellence as ‘Best Custom Content’. The suite of five ‘How To…’ case-study courses build on the innovative e-learning approach established by the trailblazing ‘How to Achieve Effective Compliance’ course, created by Elsevier and its developers in conjunction with veterinary experts Caroline Jevring-Bäck and Mark Moran. It was announced on 8 November that the suite won a Bronze Medal in the 2010 awards, which are acknowledged and prized internationally.
The Saunders Solutions for Vets Professional and Clinical Skills courses are practical, easily accessible CPD courses that use real-life scenarios to help vets keep their skills up-to-date in order to give the best possible care to their clients. All the courses are completely online so offer unrivalled flexibility and convenience. Saunders Solutions for Vets provides the entire practice team with a powerful set of tools for reprising key information and connecting with current thinking, while enabling them to meet their CPD needs along the way. For more information visit www.saunderssolutions4vets.com
The Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards are presented annually by Brandon Hall Research, an organization dedicated to objectively advising industry on optimal learning tools. The awards recognize the best in innovative content, technology, and initiatives in workplace e-learning. Over 200 entries were evaluated by a panel of independent senior judges.
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