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Tracy Capaldi-Drewett Joins MicroLearn

Tracy Capaldi-Drewett Southampton (UK), June 2018 - Tracy Capaldi-Drewett has joined the MicroLearn team as Group Commercial Director at this exciting time to drive business development momentum.

With over 200 organisations now using the growing content library, MicroLearn is at the forefront of reimagined eLearning strategy. Helping L&D organisations transition from simply delivering off-the-shelf training to providing a supported and blended approach, MicroLearn endeavours to drive demonstrable improvements to business performance and productivity. The organisation has grown rapidly.

With more than twenty years’ experience in learning, technology, and information, Tracy is a dynamic leader who has built building and managed high-performance teams operating around the world in the education, private, public, and government sectors.

Based in MicroLearn’s new Brighton Sales office, Tracy is responsible for growing and managing the sales team, supporting existing clients, and generating new opportunities by exploring solution-focused approaches to help organisations utilise learning and development to attract, retain, and develop their employees.

Alison Soper, Creative Director for MicroLearn, said, "The MicroLearn family is steadily growing, and it’s great to have Tracy on board. Offering an abundance of invaluable industry experience and insights, Tracy is the perfect fit for the team as we look to further share our story and solutions across the UK and around the world."

"It’s a great time to be in the learning industry, as the drive for scalability and flexibility has changed the way organisations look at delivering effective training programmes," adds Tracy Capaldi-Drewett. "We’re seeing a clear move away from more passive eLearning methodologies to a strategy of personalised, video-rich microlearning that can be accessed across devices at the point of need. MicroLearn sits at the heart of the microlearning movement, and I believe the time is right to really help the learning and development organisation to embrace a self-motivated, active microlearning strategy."