Kallidus, the leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has appointed Kay Sanders to build its curated content library, enabling Kallidus to provide the best off-the-shelf e-learning packages to its customers while complementing its award-winning bespoke e-learning solutions.
As Learning Consultant, Kay is responsible for developing partnerships with innovative generic content providers who support the development of core hard and soft skills including management, leadership, communications, customer services, compliance, IT and languages. Her role involves working collaboratively with customers to provide affordable best-in-class content packages, curated for specific industry sectors, and structured into clear learning pathways aligned with core competencies to support individual training and development needs.
Kay has more than 15 years experience in the L&D marketplace and was formerly Regional Vice President of Sales, EMEA at sales training specialist Richardson. Prior to this she was Programme Director at Reed Learning and held Account Manager positions at LMD Learning Solutions and AXA ICAS International. Kay has a degree in Occupational Psychology and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Open University.
Said Philip Pyle, Sales and Marketing Director at Kallidus: “We are delighted to have Kay on board to work in partnership with our customers to ensure they have the right learning content to fill critical skills gaps at the point of need and support long-term strategic objectives. Kallidus has an award-winning bespoke content development team and by partnering with the most innovative generic content providers we will be able to provide more comprehensive solutions and save our customers time and money in searching for the very best off-the-shelf e-learning.”
Kallidus content partners include Filtered, getAbstract, GoodPractice, Jenison, Learning Nexus, Premier IT, Safety Media, Skillcast, Skill Pill, Skillsoft and Video Arts. Kay will be establishing further alliances to build Kallidus’ bite-size learning assets library and spearheading the development of sector-specific packages for the retail, healthcare, finance, legal, transport and manufacturing industries.
Kay Sanders, Learning Consultant commented: “I’m really pleased to have joined the Kallidus team at such an exciting time in the company’s development and growth. I’m looking forward to building new partner alliances and first-class user-friendly learning content packages that combine video, animation and other innovative interactive e–learning elements to inspire, immerse and engage today’s learners more effectively.”
Kallidus won five E-Learning Awards at last month’s gala ceremony including gold in the most popular and competitive award category: best use of blended learning.