Hyderabad, India, October 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- After successful completion of over six webinar series on E-learning Design, Development and Delivery, CommLab India is all set to launch its Seventh Webinar Series from 24th October, 2013.
Training and E-learning Managers who are responsible for planning and implementation of learning development initiatives in their organizations would find the webinars useful and interesting. At the same time, instructional designers and e-learning developers will also get to refresh their knowledge on best practices and latest trends in designing and developing training courses.
These webinars will provide hands-on “how-to” steps and give in-depth insights about Industry’s best practices based on solid research and real-life case studies. The knowledge and ideas shared during the webinars will enable Training Mangers to take their training to the next level.
Here are the topics for the upcoming Webinars:
- How to start eLearning in your organization – Basic considerations
- Performance Management & Coaching through eLearning – 5 Instructional Design Strategies
- Migration from Flash based legacy courses to HTML5 – 4 Best Tools
- How do you use Moodle along with your LMS – To train Business Partners and Customers?
- Using Native Mobile Apps for HR, Sales and Compliance Training – How to reinforce learning
Visit the company website to obtain more information about the above-mentioned events and register for these complimentary webinar series.
About CommLab India
CommLab India LLP is a 13-year-old, leading, custom 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.