CommLab India Announces the "Choose Your New Year Gift" Contest for All Learning and Training Professionals
Hyderabad, India, October 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- CommLab India, a leading eLearning solutions provider, has recently announced the “Choose your New Year Gift” contest. The contest offers learning professionals a unique opportunity to get a free eLearning course of their choice.
To qualify for this contest, participants need to take a 2-minute survey, where they need to select three topics of their choice from among the listed topics. The topic with the highest number of votes would be selected by the learning design team of CommLab India to create an eLearning course.
The most highly recommended topic will be developed into a 10-minute, interactive eLearning course and gifted to all participants of the contest. This course will be generic in nature and can be deployed on an LMS or uploaded on to your intranet portal. Below are the features of the course:
· Highly interactive with audio, animations, and Print Option
· Works on All Devices - PC, iPad, iPhone, Blackberry and Android
· All Browsers: Safari, IE 8/9/10, Mozilla and Chrome
· SCORM/AICC available for download
· Also available as an App
To learn more about this contest, please click here
. It is open to all learning and training professionals across the globe. Last date for entry is 25 October, 2013.
About CommLab India
CommLab India LLP is a 13-year-old, leading eLearning Solutions Company, developing state-of-the-art eLearning services for organizations across the world. Backed by the expertise of dedicated instructional designers, course developers and learning technologists, CommLab’s learning solutions include custom eLearning courseware development, translation and localization of eLearning courses in over 20 languages, mobile learning solutions and customization of Moodle open source LMS.
Based in India, CommLab India is a preferred vendor to several Fortune 500 companies, such as Alcoa, Mettler-Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc., and has an ongoing relationship with organizations such as Hill-Rom, Flextronics and Unilever.