The Nisai Group has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Institute of Productivity to work jointly on ESOL programmes, Apprenticeship delivery, international study programmes and study visits to the UK.
Both organisations have been working together for some time and have now agreed to formalise the relationship and brings together their extensive experience in the design, delivery and support of online learning programmes.
Mr. Dhruv Patel, Chief Executive of Nisai Group, said: “This is an exciting development for us, as combining the resources of Nisai and IOP will extend the reach of innovative, quality eLearning to a wider range of students and businesses. The range of expertise on offer bodes well for the UK in the post Brexit era for International Education and Trade.
“This is also good news for UK companies as competitiveness would be built into courses now being developed. The ongoing relationship with the Institute of Productivity has already produced significant educational material for NOCN qualifications and business skills training.”
Dr. Mike Dillon, Chief Executive of the Institute of Productivity, commented: “The two organisations offer a unique combination. IoP’s Global reputation is built on working with International Governments on capacity building and human resource development as well as significant work with UK companies, building capacity and supporting continuous improvement.
“IoP has also developed significant online learning to support accredited qualifications relating to productivity and performance development.”
The partnership will provide IOP the opportunity to expand into education through Nisai’s quality assured online learning system which teaches in real-time and is already enrolling hundreds of students in the UK and globally.