​Cegos form new e-learning partnership

20th January 2017

Dasein will distribute Cegos’ e-learning solutions in Italy

Cegos, a worldwide leader in training and development, and Dasein, an Italian consulting company, sign a partnership agreement under whichdasein Dasein will distribute Cegos’ e-learning modules to its clients in Italy.

Under the partnership, Dasein’s customers will now have access to a selection of Soft Skills modules of the e-learning Solutions by Cegos catalogue (online training titles in HTML5 available in 11 languages). This premium content will be available to Dasein’s customers in Italy.

Created in 1987, Dasein is an Italian-based consulting company, specialized in training and evaluation. Operating in Italy, Dasein provides management consulting for managers, executives and technicians of more than 600 local councils and authorities. Moreover, the company proposes analysis and research in the field of social reporting (customer satisfaction, social report, analysis of skills…). It is also a major actor for the design and development of training processes for all categories of employees, offering e-learning courses via its portal, including bespoke modules designed by Cegos Italy.

Cegos trains 250,000 people globally every year, in open or in-house courses. The Group has a comprehensive product range that extends from off-the-shelf courses to tailored solutions. Its online Catalogue on Soft Skills has 1 million of learners per year and is distributed by +50 partners in the world. The Group also offers 103 certificate or diploma courses, independently or in partnership with universities and top educational facilities.

Matteo Francavilla head of Staff and Alliances at Dasein explains: “We are very excited about this partnership with Cegos. In the recent past, we have worked with Cegos Italy and have achieved excellent results, proven by the great satisfaction of our customers. Today, the challenge becomes even more exciting. We will try to bring the know-how of a large group like Cegos in the Italian public administration. For us it is a great privilege.”

Pascal Debordes, head of Channels and Alliances at Cegos Group, adds: “It’s a fantastic step for us to broaden our partnership with Dasein; indeed, Cegos Italy has recently designed several bespoke e-learning courses for Dasein. So we know their unique expertise and their fantastic brand awareness in the Italian Public Sector and we also know that more and more this Public Sector is paying attention to off-the-shelf e-learning solutions. This new step in our alliance represents therefore a strong opportunity for the Cegos group to accelerate its development in Italy.”

About Dasein

Dasein was founded in Turin in the 1987 as a company that operates in management consulting. Today Dasein has four offices in Italy: Torino, Milano, Arenzano (Ge) and Oristano, but works in the whole country. Dasein delivers consulting and training assistance to more of 600 customers: Towns, Public services agencies, Regions and some National Agency. The principal activities are: evaluation of public managers, management control, training, the production and distribution of innovative software applications. www.dasein.it  www.formazionepa.online

About the Cegos Group

Created in 1926, the Cegos Group is a worldwide leader in training and development. The Group now runs its own operations in 11 European, Asian and Latin American countries. It is also active in over 50 countries through its network of partners and distributors, which are all leading training providers and top-tier technology experts.

With 1,000 employees and more than 3,000 partner consultants, the Group trains 250,000 people around the globe every year and generates sales of €191 million.

Cegos deploys a global offering, including turnkey and tailored training and development, operational consultancy, Managed Training Services and international training projects. Its “blended learning” approach aims to provide the most suitable and competitive learner experience, by combining multiple learning formats (classroom training, e-learning modules, videoconferences, webcasts, e-training programmes and more).