OTS Content

Kallidus Appoints Dan Pinney as Learning Consultant

Dan PinneyCirencester (UK), March 2017 - Award-winning learning-and-talent-management provider Kallidus has enhanced its off-the-shelf (OTS) eLearning-content capability with the appointment of Dan Pinney as Learning Consultant. Dan joins from Lumesse, where he spent seven years, latterly as European OTS eLearning Product Specialist and Partner Manager.

In his new role, Dan will work with clients to provide the best-in-class curated OTS eLearning content. He will also be responsible for managing relationships with Kallidus’ innovative OTS content providers and for helping customers map and optimise their use of OTS content.

Toby White, Head of Content Sales at Kallidus, said, "Having played a key role in the growth of Lumesse’s OTS offering, Dan will be a real asset in helping us to further develop our OTS capability and win new business. His expertise will help clients save time and money in searching for the very best off-the-shelf eLearning, while complementing our award-winning bespoke eLearning solutions."

Kallidus works with carefully selected eLearning partners to provide eLearning packages structured into clear learning pathways to support the development of core hard and soft skills including management, leadership, communications, customer services, compliance, IT, and languages. These best-in-class solutions use a mix of video, animation, and other interactive eLearning elements to complement more traditional eLearning delivery styles. OTS can help to inspire, immerse, and engage today’s learners effectively. Kallidus content partners include SkillSoft, Cegos, SkillCast, Vado, LearningHeroes, SkillPill, and MicroLearn. 

Dan Pinney, the new Learning Consultant, commented, "I’m delighted to have joined one of the leading learning providers in the UK and to be working alongside some of the top authorities in the industry. I’m looking forward to working closely with organisations that are looking to optimise the best OTS content across a range of different areas and to help them take away the pain of sourcing, procuring, and utilising eLearning content."