Corel Partners With Element K to Provide Online Learning Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
IT Training Solutions Provider To Develop Curriculum, Online and Instructor-Led Training For Company's Creative and Business Productivity Software
SAN ANTONIO--June 17, 2002-- Corel Corporation today announced that Element K, a leading provider of training solutions for information technology, has been chosen to deliver training resources and curriculum for the company's line of graphics and business productivity software. These resources will be available to users on both Macintosh and Windows platforms.
As part of this relationship, Element K will provide Corel Corporation with online and instructor-led learning resources. Developed as a major component of Corel's offering of products and services to the enterprise and academic markets, Element K developed curriculum is expected to become available in the summer of 2002.
"Our new online training solutions are of fundamental importance to our enterprise and academic programs," said Steve Houck, executive vice president of strategic relations for Corel Corporation. "We've capped our outstanding product offering with highly effective curriculum that can be accessed online anytime and anywhere. We're thrilled to offer our users curricula and training solutions developed and delivered by one the world's leading e-learning companies."
"Corel Corporation and Element K have worked closely to ensure that the curriculum and online training resources we provide matches the power of their creative and business productivity products. I think teachers, students and corporate users alike will be pleased with the outcome," said Terry Nulty, President of Element K. "The learning resources we've assembled show that Corel is clearly committed to their enterprise and academic users. Element K is pleased to play a key role in bringing these training solutions to market."
A world leader in creative and business productivity software, Corel Corporation's online and instructor-led training solutions will be available for Corel products such as Corel DESIGNER 9, WordPerfect Office 2002, CorelDRAW 10 Graphics Suite and Bryce 5. Additionally, training resources will be offered for Corel Corporation's procreate family of products serving creative professionals. The procreate line of professional creative tools includes Painter 7, KnockOut 2 and KPT effects.
Developed as a key component of the company's enterprise training strategy and delivered as cornerstone of a new Corel academic strategy, this relationship with Element K was announced today at National Educational Computing Conference in San Antonio, Texas, where Corel Corporation (booth 2042) is showcasing its leading creative and productivity applications for the academic market.
For more information on Corel Corporation, please visit www.corel.com. For more information on Element K, please visit www.elementk.com.
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