Middle East Airlines to upgrade its e-Learning infrastructure in partnership with IQUAD Learning Solutions

MEAMiddle East Airlines selected IQUAD Learning Solutions to build and execute its e-learning strategy for the coming three years, Mr. Joseph Azar announced during the launch of the MEA e-Academy Portal. It has been 13 years since we have started utilizing different technologies in delivering learning to our employees. Today, we believe that, if Content is King, Context is the Kingdom, which means that organizations have to start selecting the learning infrastructure that is flexible, scalable and compliant with the different learning technologies available nowadays to be able to follow the best practices in training and development  in order to guarantee a successful learning solution.

MEA will utilize the Skills4Success Learning Portal in partnership with IQUAD to offer customized Learning Paths targeting MEA employees, in addition to launching the MEA Management & Leadership TV Portal, added Mr. Azar – Director of Training & Development Middle East Airlines.

We are glad that MEA has selected IQUAD as a Learning Solutions Partner to build its e-learning strategy for the years to come. Many organizations today have upgraded their e-learning infrastructure to utilize IQUAD Skills4Success cloud based learning Portal due to the functionality and flexibility of the solution, said Mr. Fady Abdul Khalek – Managing Director of IQUAD Learning Solutions.

IQUAD Learning Solutions is the Regional Strategic Alliance Partner for  CrossKnowledge in the Middle East Region, IQUAD has partnered with CrossKnowledge a world leader in distance learning and education to offer the cloud based Skills4Success learning Portal within the Middle East region, added Mr. Abdul Khalek.

About MEA

In 1945, Middle East Airlines was established and launched its first service from Beirut to the neighboring cities of Syria, Cyprus, Egypt then Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other destinations in the Gulf. In 1963, after the merger with Air Liban, MEA added new European, Middle Eastern and West African destinations to its worldwide network.

MEA continued its expansion with the delivery of its first owned Airbus A330 in June 2008, with its new livery bearing the colors of Lebanese flag, with its elegant style and comfort. A step of major significance was also made when the cornerstone of the Regional MEA Training Center was set at Rafik Hariri International Airport Beirut in December 2008.

In June 2012, MEA officially joined SkyTeam Alliance.

SkyTeam is a global airline alliance providing customers from member airlines access to an extensive global network with more destinations, more frequencies and more connectivity.  SkyTeam offers its 552 million annual customers over 15,000 daily flights to 1,000 destinations in 187 countries. As always, MEA offers its customers very luxurious services both on ground and on board, reflecting the Lebanese culture and hospitality.

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