Articles Tagged ‘instructor led training’

The Weekly Minute Welcomes Tony Veroeven

Published by Tony Veroeven


Dan Loomis: Hi! I’m Dan Loomis.

Tony Veroeven: And I’m Tony Veroeven.

Dan: We welcome Tony to the Weekly Minute team.

Tony: Thanks so much, Dan. I appreciate it.

The Challenges of Global Training

Published by Dan Loomis on January 14th, 2013

3 Considerations for Providing Global Training Programs

If you’re thinking about taking your learning global, you may want to pick up the December issue of Training & Development. There’s a

The Effect of the Fiscal Cliff on Continuing Education

Published by Dan Loomis on January 7th, 2013

Is the Fiscal Cliff Affecting Your Continuing Education and Instructor-Led Training?

If you’ve turned on the news lately, and assuming you’re not living underneath a rock, you’ve probably heard a

Foster Your ILT Partnerships

Published by Dan Loomis

Do You Trust Your Print and Fulfillment Vendor?

A few strange things happened this week that really reminded me of your instructor-led training. First, Wisconsin Head Coach (Bret Beilema) swept

Introducing The Weekly Minute with Dan Loomis

Published by Dan Loomis on December 6th, 2012

Does your organization provide instructor-led training (ILT) or continuing education?

If so, you may be interested in my new weekly video blog! Each week I will be discussing ways to

The Importance of Brand: A Lesson From the NFL

Published by Dan Loomis on September 27th, 2012

Brand is everything, and if you’re like most organizations, you spend countless hours and resources protecting and building your brand.

Whether you’re a football fan or not, you may have

Continuing Education Training Materials Meet Technology

Published by Dan Loomis on July 17th, 2012

Do you produce printed participant workbooks, facilitator guides or seminar manuals for instructor-led courses or continuing education training?

If so, I’m sure you also have a strategy to move some