Digits partner with Ashorne Hill

Ashorne Hill, a training provider for major organisations across industry sectors for over fifty years and Digits, creator of glo™ has announced their partnership to provide rich and sophisticated learning journeys.

After a competitive market review, Ashorne Hill found many synergies with Digits and what their customers’ need - a tactile online learning platform, offering visually engaging learning journeys.

“It’s fantastic to partner with like-minded people, who focus on providing creative, bespoke learning solutions to their clients” says Digits Commercial Director Chris Leach. “I really think our combination of skills provides a one-stop-shop for learning design and delivery”.

By working in partnership with organisations, Ashorne Hill Programme Directors discuss key requirements, offering the opportunity to provide a blended learning solution with appropriate objectives and measureable outcomes. With a consultancy-led approach, Ashorne Hill provide customised programmes that include a blend of trainer-led, experiential, and e-learning solutions.

In agreement, Ashorne Hill’s Head of Online Solutions Matthew Hayes states the partnership is instrumental to developing sophisticated and engaging e-learning and blended programmes. “We share a passion with Digits for empowering people to create their own success, and the glo™ visual learning journeys will enable learners and course participants to clearly understand and take control of their own development.”

Through the use of a number of visual styles, glo™ is able to create dynamic learning journeys, to provide a simple, intuitive way for learners to progress through a series of blended learning interventions. It can also connect to personalised information to help them in their new role and signpost to other useful resources.

But the journey has only just begun, with the design and implementation in progress. Further announcements will be shared in early 2016, to showcase the online Learning Journey style, with a dynamic path that expands to meet the number of learning interventions required for blended learning solutions. Watch this space for further updates as the two organisations scaffold a collaborative partnership.