Tag: Hong Kong

We offer a range of services for e-learning in Hong Kong, and regularly host or attend education and training events here and across the region. As an official HK Moodle Partner, we are experts in delivering bespoke solutions for schools & colleges, businesses and other types of organisation using this popular, open source learning platform.

Browse some of our blog posts related to our work and events in Hong Kong, or contact us here at Titus Learning if you’d like to discuss your online education or training requirements.


Nord Anglia Education
7th May 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Nord Anglia Education (NAE) is an organisation of 55 international schools located across 25 countries, with almost 10,000 staff providing education for over 50,000 students from 2 to 18 years of age. Staff across the organisation use a centralised Moodle platform for professional development branded as ‘Nord Anglia University’. Problem Nord Anglia University saw...
28th September 2017, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
Over the next few months, the Titus Learning team will be travelling to East Asia for a number of conferences, as well as taking the opportunity to visit our clients in the region. To meet with us at any of the events listed below, or in any of the cities or countries mentioned, please get in...
3rd September 2017, by , in Blog, Company News
After keeping the news under our hats for the last few months, we’re delighted to finally announce that Titus Learning is a certified Moodle Partner for both the UK and Hong Kong. Having built an international reputation for creating bespoke, precisely customised Moodle installations, we were keen to take our relationship with Moodle to the next...
1st December 2015, by , in Blog
During October and November this year we spent a month travelling around East Asia to meet with clients and attend a variety of e-learning events in the region, returning to the UK at the end of November. It would be impossible to mention everything in a single blog post, but we thought we’d share some...

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