ALISON.com, the free online learning website announces completely free online training, certification and learning management for IT Skills Training. ALISON announced today they have now made learner group management free for groups of learners wishing to undertake their Web-based IT-skills course ALISON ABC IT. The ALISON ABC IT is fast becoming one of the most popular global IT skills training certifications. It includes comprehensive training on the Internet, key desktop applications like Word and Excel as well as the full range of practical IT skills, including touch typing and the efficient use of Web-based e-mail. It is also prefaced by a beginner's guide to a personal computer, and so is ideal for learners who have no IT experience. This offer from ALISON opens lifelong learning opportunities and finally, free e-learning for the masses.
ALISON allows training managers, small businesses and teachers, the facility to monitor and manage a group of ALISON ABC IT learners online. ALISON Manager is a doorway to managing learners, roles, courses, and to generate reports, providing assessments, testing and feedback. In many cases access to this type of software can cost thousands of euro, therefore this new service from ALISON is a highly valuable free resource. Commenting on the launch of free ALISON Manager for ALISON ABC IT groups, ALISON CEO Mike Feerick said, 'Learner groups on ALISON are quick and easy to set up and are very simple to use. Any teacher or trainer can now review how far learners have progressed, what they have got right, where they have gone wrong, how much time they've spent learning, and whether they have progressed far enough to be awarded their Certificates of Completion.' Already providing free training for over 250,000 registered users worldwide, ALISON is dedicated to bringing free life and business skills to learners everywhere. The company intends to extend this free learning management functionality to all of its online courses, including ALISON-owned content and other high-quality learning produced by third-parties such as schools, governments and private businesses.