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St. John's, Newfoundland CANADA, February 06, 2013 /FSC/ - Bluedrop Performance Learning Inc. (BPL - TSX Venture), today announced that they were awarded a contract with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT) to design and deliver a training program for DFAIT's security program managers and other security staff working overseas. The new training will be used to ensure standardization for security measures at Canadian embassies worldwide. The curriculum and training is being developed in 2 phases with the first phase initiated in May 2012.
"We are pleased to develop a state-of-the art training curriculum that will increase the safety of DFAIT staff working abroad on Canadian missions," said Emad Rizkalla, Founder and CEO of Bluedrop. "Working
closely with DFAIT, our team will use a blended learning approach that is flexible and focused on their specific needs. The interactive nature of the training will simulate an embassy working environment and is considered the most effective design approach for a course of this kind," Rizkalla added.
Bluedrop Performance Learning (TSX-V: BPL) is an innovator in workplace learning for individuals, corporations, the military and the public sector. Bluedrop transforms workplace learning through pragmatic learning technologies and content. Bluedrop is also a recognized leader in producing mission critical training solutions for defence and aerospace, and provides custom online courseware, virtual training devices and virtual reality simulation for international military and commercial aviation customers.
CoursePark.com is Bluedrop's cloud-based training delivery platform and contains over 5000 third party online courses from the world's leading publishers and subject matter experts. Launched in 2011, the CoursePark platform is growing quickly, with registered users in over 100 countries. For more information visit: www.bluedrop.com.
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