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Traffic accepted on to G-Cloud provider network for E-learning

 

Traffic has been accepted on to the government's G-Cloud framework as an approved supplier of e-learning solutions.

'G-Cloud' is the government's online procurement network, offering a wide range of IT and cloud-based digital solutions to public sector organisations.

Traffic now features in the Software as a Service (SaaS) category for e-learning solutions, after it demonstrated competence and a proven record in online learning.

This record includes designing and developing an e-learning solution for Staffordshire & West Midlands Probation Trust (now SWMCRC), which went on to win the 'Innovation' category at the National Probation Awards. The solution provided career-long learning for probationary Sentencers and Magistrates.

 

Gavin Pearce of Staffordshire & West Midlands Probation Trust (now SWMCRC) picking up the award for 'Innovation' in recognition of the e-learning solution developed by Traffic.

Gavin Pearce of Staffordshire & West Midlands Probation Trust (now SWMCRC) picking up the award for 'Innovation' in recognition of the e-learning solution developed by Traffic.

Commenting on the G-Cloud acceptance, Phil Elwell, director at Traffic said:

"We're really pleased that our achievements in e-learning for the public sector have been recognised by G-Cloud. Our online learning solutions provide continual learning and knowledge growth, while eliminating the cost of trainers, venue hire and hard copy materials. We're looking forward to helping more public sector organisations keep their employees skilled and trained whilst reducing training costs".

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Phil Elwell