Articles Tagged ‘instructor led training’

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

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

Best of the Blog 2016: Top Training Tips

Published by Matt Larson

This year’s top training tips fell into two distinct categories: Posts that contained actionable advice on how to make delivering continuing education more efficient, or posts that shed light on

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

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

Positive Energy Returns to the Land of Associations

Published by Dan Loomis

Of all the places I travel to see clients, Washington D.C. is one of my favorite. The history of the area is something you can see from the plane at

Instructor-Led Training: Is It Still the Delivery Method of Choice for Continuing Education?

Published by Dan Loomis

Instead of just making a conclusion, we wanted to go back and use some real data to support our notion based on things we heard throughout the industry. What better