Articles for ‘Training’

ICE 2016: Adding Another Chapter to the Story

Published by Dan Loomis

It’s that time of year again… time to head to the annual Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) conference! This is one of the conferences I look forward to most each

A New Way to Think About Marketing Your Association’s Courses

Published by Matt Larson


Marketing an association’s training courses is not an easy task. In fact, according to our 2016 State of the Continuing Education Industry report, 31% of respondents listed it as their

Infographic | Top 5 Reasons to Participate in the State of Continuing Education Content Survey

Published by Matt Larson

I’m excited to announce that we are conducting ‘The State of Continuing Education Content’ survey again this year. If you are responsible for training or continuing education programs for an

How to Attract Millennials to Your Association with Credentialing

Published by Matt Larson

Which major issue facing the U.S. economy are associations well positioned to fix? The “skills gap.”

Employers are facing the “skills gap” as Baby Boomers retire faster than Millennials develop

Getting Started on your Association’s Big, Important Projects

Published by Dan Loomis

The first day. What comes to mind? First day at a new job? First day implementing a new training course? Maybe the first day of school, since fall is right

Should Your Association’s Next Course Be Online, or In-person?

Published by Matt Larson

The internet has changed just about every aspect of the way associations deliver education. The rush to move training courses online happened at such a furious pace, there was little

Dan’s Corner | Bringing Unintended Benefits to Your Association

Published by Dan Loomis

If we’ve ever met in person (or if you’ve read this blog for long enough) you know that I’m a fan of talking about how different associations are using their