NewPort Beach, CA, January 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Product training is the most important aspect of sales training. With changing business scenarios and shorter product life cycles, there is a need to relook at the way training has been done in the past -with thick product manuals for reference, rigid schedules for instructor-led training, and limited or no peer-to-peer learning. How can training be aligned to the changing requirements of sales personnel today? How can organizations provide anytime, anywhere access to training and information? How can information be made available in a format those appeals to sales people, while facilitating peer-to-peer interaction for collaborative learning?
On Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 10.30am EST, CommLab is conducting a live webinar on “A New Paradigm in Product Training – Merging Content, Technology, & Service.” The webinar aims at getting participants acquainted with new solutions to make Product Trainings more relevant and purposeful for sales people.
The webinar is completely free and will include answers to the following questions:
· Why is the traditional paradigm for training no longer relevant?
· What is the new paradigm and how will it change the way we look at product trainings?
· What are the key prerequisites for organizations to implement this new paradigm of training?
· How can we deliver highly effective product trainings by integrating content, technology, and service?
To register for this webinar, please visit: http://www.commlabindia.com/elearning-resources/a-new-paradigm-in-training-webinar.php
About CommLab India:
CommLab India is a custom e-learning solutions provider 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. It is also the preferred vendor to Fortune 500 companies such as Alcoa, Unilever, Mettler Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc.