Following a formal tender process, Aurion Learning is pleased to announce it has been appointed to a Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) framework to provide learning and development services to over 23,000 civil servants throughout Northern Ireland.

The four-year call-off framework with Aurion Learning leading on the provision of online learning design and development services supporting the creation of eLearning courses, learning videos, digital, blended learning solutions.

Northern Ireland Civil Service Human Resources Learning and Development (NICSHR L&D) will be the primary framework commissioner on behalf of Northern Ireland Civil Service Departments. The framework services can also be accessed by over 25 Non-Departmental Public Bodies in Northern Ireland.

Jim Mallon, NICSHR L&D, has said:

‘We are delighted to be working with Aurion Learning which will enable us to provide innovative online learning interventions to support the staff within the NICS and Wider Public Sector.’

Commenting on the framework announcement, Gavin Woods, Client Services Director at Aurion Learning said:

“We look forward to working with NICS and associated Departments and Agencies to deliver innovative learning solutions that work effectively for a diverse audience. 

As a locally-based company who works with organisations throughout the UK, Ireland and further afield; it is a particular pleasure to be working across the NI public sector and support NICS as they fully embrace all the training benefits that digital learning offers.”

For over 20 years, Aurion Learning has been a strategic learning partner to some of the largest government organisations, working across different departments to deliver award-winning learning, including the Health Service Executive, NHS Education for Scotland, Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland and Bord Bia.

For further information on the framework, contact Client Services Executive, Natalie Geddis, natalie.geddis@aurionlearning.com 

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