Hyderabad, India, May 14, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Corporate training as we know it has undergone a sea change. What worked 20 years ago is not going to work in today's technology driven work culture. So how can corporate trainers gear up for the challenges of tomorrow?
CommLab India is organizing a live webinar that explores the options available to Corporate Trainers in the context of a growing, ever changing, dynamic and digitally connected world of business. The webinar, "Corporate Trainers: Make Your Training Curriculum Earn While You Sleep!" will be hosted on Thursday, Mar 28, 2013 at 10 am EDT and would be particularly beneficial to Corporate Trainers, Independent Training Professionals, and Sales Trainers who wish to consolidate their training business.
The webinar provides insights for Corporate Trainers, who wish to take their training curriculum online and expand their business. They can get ideas on how to overcome constraints of cost, time and effort by taking their programs online. The webinar discusses the key components that form the basis of a good online training module. The webinar specifically focuses on
· Using technology to create newer opportunities to expand businesses beyond their existing markets
· Repurposing existing training content into engaging online courses
· How trainers can capitalize on technology to open a multitude of business options
Those who wish to register for the webinar can do so by visiting CommLab India website.
About CommLab India
CommLab India is a leading custom e-learning solutions provider developing state-of-the-art e-learning services to organizations across the world. CommLab India specializes in developing industry-specific training solutions particularly in verticals such as Pharmaceuticals & Health Care Sector, High-Tech and IT Sector, Finance & Insurance Sector and Energy and Manufacturing Sector.
Based in India, CommLab India is a preferred vendor to some of Fortune 500 companies such as Alcoa, Unilever, METTLER TOLEDO and Pepco Holding Inc. and has an ongoing relationship with companies and organizations such as Hill-Rom, Flextronics, Deloitte, George Washington University and UN among others.