better U Announced Partnership with Ed4 Online

By: DT News Network
January, 05, 2017

betterU announced its partnership with Ed4Online, an online education company, to expand the selection of its platform by making available the professional learning tools to individuals.

The announcement offers a far reaching strategic partnership between the marketplace and the learning provider to work together on the creation of equal opportunities for students.

Announcing the partnership, Bradley Loiselle, CEO, betterU said, “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Ed4Online, and are proud to be setting the pace in the education industry in the country, as we bring the best of learning styles from around the world. After tasting considerable success in the U.S, Ed4Online will be accessible for the Indian users through our extensive marketplace and provide the highest level of quality curriculum.”

In collaboration with Ed4Online, betterU will add hundreds of quality courses provided by Ed4Online to its platform. Ranging from personal enrichment to professional development, the content partner offers the largest propriety of vocational certification catalogs in form of self-paced courses. These courses are being offered in forms of varied multimedia and are created by top level curriculum designers and structured in a user friendly and logical format to advance a professional’s aptitude.

“At Ed4Online, it is our goal to facilitate the evolution of learning by providing a high-quality education platform and excellent curriculum in the areas of career development, personal enrichment and professional development. This partnership with betterU will introduce us to the world’s fastest growing e-learning market (est. at USD 40 billion).” said Dr. Barrier, C.E.O, Ed4Online. betterU has been making significant partnerships to offer its customers an eclectic mix of learning opportunities

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