AGLC has been set up to exploit the intellectual property resulting from 20 years of work in informatics, change management and management systems. We often work with partner organisations such as Kids Health Matters CIC and employ associates who are experts in their own field and have worked with us before.
We offer a range of learning products and consultancy services. Our learning products include skills development for young people at the School for Life (15-18 year olds) and for students and young graduates at the Campus for lifeand the 99p Skill Shop (18-26 year olds).
Our professional training products are hosted at the AGLC Academy. These are online products which include not only online learning but also tools to enable you to apply the learning. Products, with a strong focus on regulatory compliance include Data Protection and Product Safety.
Previous applications have included innovation management, quality management, equality and diversity and an introduction to management delivered by elearning which was developed for a third party, accredited by the ILM and exported to the US as well as sold in the UK market. We developed mentoring applications for Perform Learn Develop Ltd, which sold to a range of professional bodies including The Chartered Institute of Marketing, The Chartered Management Institute, The Institute of Civil Engineering and the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Alan Gillies (Learning Consultancy) Ltd, the company behind the AGLC brand was established in October 2010: to date, it has been focused on generating sales from consultancy and publishing whilst developing new products built around an online platform which is both highly platform agnostic and accessible. All new AGLC products are designed to provide a high quality user experience for the widest possible range of users using the widest range of technological platforms, including IOS phones and tablets, Android phones and tablets, Windows tablets, phones and PCs and Mac computers.
Our biggest recent client has been The Office for Product Safety and Standards, part of the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, where we have been developing and deploying new methods to help regulators define their markets using powerful information management techniques and existing data sources.
At the bottom of this page, you will find links to our current range of learning applications, covering skills development, data protection (including GDPR) product safety and a platform for CareAware International to help tradespeople deal with clients with dementia.