We are delighted to announce Estu+Studious: a new partnership with ESTU as part of our new corporate services development.
Working with Simon Littlewood and Karl Eddy of Estu, Studious will deliver tailored learning solutions available for use in Apprenticeship Levy schemes to major corporations. The content delivered by Studious will be suitable for Learning and Development programmes.
Estu creates large-scale bespoke learning and development programmes in the public and private sector. Founded by industry experts, it is driven by creating impact, with all Estu programmes and partnerships focused on delivering business results and personal growth.
The first programme from ESTU+Studious partnership to be made available will be an introduction to Business Management and Leadership with Net zero measures as a central thematic.
Studious Digital Education already services a portfolio of courses for higher education, covering everything from wellbeing, and change management for business to employability and transitioning to university for students. Courses are delivered online and through Studious’ innovative Ryze app for mobiles and tablets.
Speaking about why they are so excited about this new direction for Studious, Dr Mitchell commented: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to bring our high quality, academic content to a new market. Clients learning for professional development will benefit from content that is at the cutting edge in academic research, broken down into accessible, interactive bites.
Our brand values are a brilliant match with Estu. We each seek to provide tailored, personalised learning solutions that achieve major impact for learners. With Estu’s work, we can confidently deliver meaningful learning on Net zero in the corporate sector.”
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