Articles for ‘Training’

Focus on These 12 Traits for Effective Adult Learning | Infographic

Published by Matt Larson

Instructing adults in the classroom is different from when they were children. Malcolm Knowles defined the unique needs of teaching adult students with his theory “Andragogy.” Take a look at

How To Find New Ideas That Will Improve Classroom Learning | Dan’s Corner

Published by Dan Loomis

Looking to other associations for inspiration is a common way our customers find solutions to their challenges. And for good reason. Many of the training-related issues associations face are common

A Member Benefit in an Unexpected Place

Published by Matt Larson

One of the questions we hear regularly from customers and prospects alike is, “How are other organizations solving this problem?” So, it’s exciting when we have an opportunity to let

The Next “Big Thing” in Training Technology | Dan’s Corner

Published by Dan Loomis


This June marks my 29th year at Omnipress. These anniversaries always serve as fresh reminders of how much training technology has changed over the years. Back when I started,

Dan’s Corner | Important Things to Consider When Designing A Training Program

Published by Dan Loomis

Kirk Sundling, Director of Training Development at International Food Protection Training Institute talked to Omnipress about some of the challenges that arise when designing a training program.

Watch Kirk discuss

Choose the Right Method for Training Millennials

Published by Kayla Borden

As Millennials age and encompass more and more of the workforce, they’re going to require continuing education classes that meet their unique needs. Your association must find ways to help

Infographic: Spring Cleaning for your Course Materials

Published by Matt Larson

Spring-cleaning season is here! It’s time to open the windows, pack up the coat closet and… dust off your continuing education materials?!? That’s right, now is the perfect time to