Line International in an Agreement with Glasgow Caledonian Universtity to Teach the Language of Risk Management in China

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The Bristol (UK) based company has signed an agreement with Glasgow Caledonian University to include the use of its Risk Management software in BA and MSc degree courses. The relationship will also allow Line International to give Chinese students access to Glasgow Caledonian UniversityÂ?s unique Risk Management courses, including training in the use of Line InternationalÂ?s software.

Line International has been at the forefront of the development of risk management methodology for the last 10 years, and are the creators of an enterprise risk management software tool RisGen® which has proved effective in a wide range of Business environments and is now in use by a large number of Local Authorities, Public Sector organisations and Blue Chip companies.

The Bristol based company's agreement with Glasgow Caledonian University to include the use of its Risk Management software in BA and MSc degree courses and give Chinese students access to Glasgow Caledonian University’s unique Risk Management courses has been applauded by the UK Trade & Investment, (the new name for British Trade International).

The Line International package which focuses on Risk Management, includes the opportunity to apply for a Glasgow Caledonian University, BA or MSc Risk Management degree course, after Business English Language and Culture training. There will also be mentored deployment whilst undertaking hands-on risk consultancy assignments.

As part of the UK Trade & Investment Passport to Export programme Line International took part in a Trade Mission to China for ICT companies and are looking at ways to make more of an impact on the Chinese market.

Brian Carpenter, Managing Director of Line International, went on the mission in September to Shenzen. He said:

“The Chinese market requires a great deal of research and the trade mission we took part in helped us to refine the details of the package which we have developed in conjunction with Glasgow Caledonian University, Abbey Communications Limited and the South West Regional Development Office in Shenzen. We are hoping that with the success of this package we will be able to develop similar offerings for other markets.”

Mike Brodin, International Trade Advisor, said: “The trade mission has meant that Line International has been able to develop their product specifically for the Chinese market and it will give them the skills and the knowledge to develop their product for other markets. The added bonus of the development of the package means that their product is going to be used and seen by students who will take it back with them.”

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