Acteon's got the X-factor!
Two diverse organisations - a snack producer and a nuclear power plant decommissioner - both recently recognised Acteon's talent for explaining the complex and commissioned e-training materials in business critical technical processes.
United Biscuits, producer of some of our best-loved snack products including Penguin biscuits, Jaffa Cakes and Hula-Hoops, asked Acteon to help it launch e-learning in the business, starting with training on HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point). Magnox South, the company responsible for defuelling and decommissioning five nuclear power plants, selected Acteon to develop e-learning on its Project Management Process, creating an ‘always available' suite of training and reference materials and decreasing the long-term cost of training.
In the last few months Acteon has also won several new contracts in the pharmaceutical sector. A market leader in contraception and women's healthcare products has commissioned training manuals to help sales representatives bring important new treatments to market. With a long and successful track record in the pharmaceutical sector, Acteon has a reputation for developing engaging off- and online training support materials on complex subjects which give sales teams a competitive edge.
Complex information need not baffle trainees if it is explained clearly, using the appropriate medium. Whether it's compliance training to ensure product safety, training in processes to ensure procedures are complied with or materials to help reps sell innovative products, Acteon can get the message across.
Acteon will be appearing live at the training industry's own X Factor show: Learning Technologies Exhibition in January. For more information about the show, please visit: www.learningtechnologies.co.uk