Articles Tagged ‘Training’

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

Training & Development Talk: Microlearning 101

Published by Dan Loomis

Our attention spans are shorter than they used to be, especially (but not exclusively) among Millennials. Also known as Generation Y, these young professionals (born approximately 1982-2004) grew up alongside

Print on Demand Checklist: Is POD Right for You?

Published by Gina Wentling

Here’s the scenario: Your continuing education materials are print-ready. Instructors are ready to go and learners from your association are already signed up for the new course. Everyone involved is

3 Days in 3 Minutes: What We Learned at The Great Ideas Conference® 2016

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

As a company that was founded to serve associations, we get a tremendous amount of value from attending ASAE’s Great Ideas Conference® each year. We’re there to listen, to learn

Spring Training for Your Course Books

Published by Gina Wentling

Every spring, professional baseball players come out of hibernation (or, wherever they spend the off-season) and head to a sunny locale to whip themselves back into shape. Even the most

State of the Industry Report: Top 3 Challenges of Training Professionals

Published by Gina Wentling

The continuing education (CE) and training industry has moved forward from the recession and into a period of prosperity. The next several years look to be strong as well, with

Training & Development Talk: Finding the Perfect (Print & Fulfillment) Partner

Published by Dan Loomis

Unfortunately, it’s not that easy; you have to do a little shopping. Suppose you’re looking for a new print and fulfillment provider to address ongoing order accuracy issues. You put