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Relias Learning expands presence

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Relias Learning announced second quarter results for 2014 that reflected its expansion into new markets.

Relias Learning releases senior course library

Relias Learning has released its new senior care course library, which the company said combines "the best parts" of Silverchair Learning, Care2Learn and Upstairs Solutions, along with new courses.

Relias buys Care2Learn to strengthen e-learning role

Relias buys Care2Learn to strengthen e-learning role

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Two years ago, Silverchair Learning Systems, Upstairs Solutions and Care2Learn operated as three separate e-learning firms. But they are all now part of the same company, thanks to another acquisition that dramatically consolidates the sector.

Relias Learning acquires Care2Learn

Relias Learning, the parent company of Silverchair Learning Systems, announced Monday it had acquired Care2Learn from VectorLearning.

Care2Learn debuts Android app

Care2Learn announced the release Wednesday of its newest mobile application, the Care2Learn University for Android app.

Merger unites Upstairs Solutions with Care2Learn

Two major online training companies — Upstairs Solutions and Care2Learn — have announced their merger. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Nor has a name for the united firm been determined. The transaction will affect 4,000 facilities nationwide. Upstairs Solutions co-founder Tamar Abell will be president of the merged organization. She will answer to Tom Wallace, CEO of VectorLearning, the parent company of the new entity. Also joining the leadership team are Care2Learn's Vice President of Sales Ryan Sparks and Ken Berger, the former COO of Upstairs Solutions, who is now the vice president of operations. Customers of both firms will not see a service interruption. However, they will soon gain access to additional features and options, according to the merged firm.

Care2Learn partners with LeadingAge's Ohio affiliate

Care2Learn has partnered with LeadingAge Ohio to offer customized online learning options to its members. The affiliation will give participants access to hundreds of courses, as well as online in-services on infection control, dementia, MDS 3.0, HIPAA policy and procedure, and other topics.

Care2Learn gets cash infusion

LLR Partners announced it has invested more than $24 million into VectorLearning. The Tampa, FL-based company operates in the eldercare field under the name Care2Learn. The new capital will be used to expand e-learning offerings, the firm noted.