Our message continues to spread far and wide – important SME magazine Business Matters includes a feature on Infused Learning and our blended learning model
Here at Infused Learning towers, we are absolutely delighted to report that 2018 has started with a bang with well-respected industry publication Business Matters running a big feature on our organisation.
Infused Learning isn’t quite four years old but already our message about creating a new tertiary education system that’s accessible to those unable to attend traditional university settings really is getting some attention.
Specialising in news and features for Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs), Business Matters has a monthly readership of nearly 150,000 so we are beyond thrilled to be getting our message out there.
In the feature, which was published on January 2, our co-founder Tara Askham provided her thoughtful insights into how blended learning – as well as being of profound benefit to students – is also a major plus for SMEs. With bright but financially disadvantaged students being priced out of universities, and SMEs desperate for ways to hold on to their best staff, Tara used the feature to point out how the Infused Learning blended learning model provides the perfect solution: by enabling people to carry on with their studies while at work, SMEs get motivated, skilled, loyal staff, and employees get the important qualifications they need.
Now that’s what we would call a win-win.
It’s not the first time we have been invited to appear in Business Matters magazine either – last May the magazine included a personal profile of Tara in its popular “Getting to Know You” section.
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