E-learning provider, Me Learning, has been listed on G-Cloud 10. This Government led scheme provides public bodies with access to approved cloud based solution providers and so shortening the procurement process.

In order to be listed, Me Learning had to endure a rigorous approval process which is now complete.

Me Learning is listed on G-Cloud 10 with their full range of offerings available. From Blue LMS – a leading Learning Management System which offers a popular reporting engine and tailored benefits such as classroom booking – to an extensive selection of off-the-shelf e-learning courses to bespoke e-learning solutions. For full details see here –


The public sector can use the G-Cloud framework to purchase cloud services efficiently, saving time and costs. It reduces research hours spent during the procurement process and provides reassurance that the services offered are of the required standard. Buyers and contractors still need to sign a contract for each service bought.

CEO of Me Learning, Nick Richards comments “We were listed successfully on G-Cloud 9 and following a rigorous application process we have now been included in the latest G-Cloud 10 listing. Inclusion reaffirms our position as a leading and favoured supplier for Local Authorities enabling us and our clients an easier purchase process.”

Me Learning has been providing e-learning for over twelve years and works with more than 110 Local Authorities across the UK. Many courses have received endorsement from a range of high profile organisations including GCHQ, CIM, CIPD and CPD. For three consecutive years Me Learning has been listed in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA.

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