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Flexibly expand and anchor knowledge

What is e-learning?

E-learning is a form of learning in which electronic and digital media are used for the acquisition of knowledge.

How is e-learning used?

  • In stand-alone e-learning modules for knowledge acquisition through web-based training, video blogs, and webinars
  • In combination with classroom trainings as preparation or follow-up (blended learning)
  • For optimal preparation for certifications

What do we offer?

Our portfolio contains about 40 e-learning modules that can be taken individually or in combination with classroom training. We also customise existing and develop new modules.

Stand-alone e-learning

After registration, you will receive all course information. Then you can independently work on the modules that are made available to you online on your PC.

E-Learning + classroom training (blended learning)

Your autonomous e-learning phases are supplemented by class-room phases. Here you can converse personally with the trainer as well as other participants.

More about our blended learning training ...

Our Customer Cases

Development of the “Advanced Project Management Program”

OSRAM GmbH saw the need to introduce a global development program for the project management career path. The goal is to professionalize the pm knowledge of the project managers and to establish a network within the company as well as to exchange experiences.

Interested? Please contact us.

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next level holding GmbH.

Floridsdorfer Hauptstrasse 1, 1210 Vienna

Tel: +43/1/478 06 60-0

Fax: +43/1/478 06 60-60