South Yorkshire-based Recruitment group Nicholas Associates Group is rebranding its division to better reflect its service offering, a change in customer needs and the increased demand for eLearning.
The division, currently called NA Consulting, has been rebranded with a new identity and renamed ‘Olano’ – a name chosen to reflect their modern, fresher approach and because it easily translates for use across global markets – the word also represents patience, perseverance and a passion for absorbing knowledge easily and retaining it well.
Olano will be led by Kris Randall and, going forward, will position itself as a team of creative learning and development professionals who will work with clients to help them to devise and deliver bespoke digital e-learning training solutions.
The rebrand is being timed for 15 September which coincides with National online learning day which is celebrated in the USA, which is where Olano has several established markets. Current clients include global confectionary and food manufacturers, leading universities, and companies in the leisure, tourism and hospitality sectors.
The beauty of the bespoke learning packages that Olano will be developing going forward is that all training topics can be created efficiently in bitesize modules for any purpose, on any subject and on demand from any location.
They can be fully branded and include engaging interactions, video, animation, voice overs, knowledge check points, illustrative artwork and infographics which means training can be completely tailored to the needs of learners, the subject area, and the culture of the business.
Digital Managing Consultant Kris Randall, said, “We have recognised that our market has changed. Whilst we still consult with clients to understand training needs and what is needed from their learning and development programmes, the main value of the expertise we provide involves determining the best way to deliver eLearning effectively using highly intuitive and easy to use online platforms that ensure employees are highly engaged and enjoy learning the skills they need.”