NewPort Beach, CA, August 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- To enable their workforce to learn cutting-edge techniques and improve their skills, companies are moving from traditional training methods to unconventional means. This transformation has interesting implications on training. Also, with the ever-changing and unpredictable markets, businesses need to rethink their training initiatives.
CommLab India has announced the launch of its third new webinar series focused on training via e-learning. These webinars are aimed at all training managers from various streams and those responsible for imparting training on various subjects - product training, sales training, process training, software training and technical training. The webinar series will also have topics for instructional designers, e-learning developers and subject matter experts.
Topics of Upcoming Webinars
1. Improving Sales Revenues by using e-learning
2. Integrating ILT Initiatives with e-learning
3. Communication Strategies for Marketing e-learning
4. Learning Design Strategies for Product Training
5. Tips and Tricks for using Lectora
6. Delivering Learning Solutions using Smartphones and iPads
7. Learning Objectives and Evaluation of e-learning
8. Using Blended Learning for Sales Training
Join these webinars to learn how you can develop and implement effective training programs to enhance your workforce skills and get the desired results.
More information and registration details for these free events is available at:
About CommLab India
CommLabIndia (www.commlabindia.com) is a custom e-learning solutions company based in India. Since 2000, it has been providing state-of-the-art e-learning services to organizations across the world in the areas of Custom e-learning courseware development, content translation, localization services, and learning management system integration services. Some of its reputed clients are BC Hydro, George Washington University, Kawasaki and Deloitte. This Company is the preferred vendor to some Fortune 500 companies such as Alcoa, Unilever, Mettler Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc.