Articles Tagged ‘Training’

5 Key Statistics About Millennials & Training [Infographic]

Published by Aaron Manogue

5 Key Statistics about Millennials & Training

Published by Gina Wentling

As of late 2015, Millennials make up about one-third of the American workforce, surpassing both Baby Boomers and Generation X. These young professionals (age 18-34) have never known a world

5 Ways to Use Digital Content to Market Your Training Programs

Published by Gina Wentling

Training professionals are always looking for fresh ways to promote their training programs. Using direct mail, email marketing, and social media can help market a new course or draw new

Is Your Continuing Education Program Ready for Generation Z?

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

Generation Z? What Happened to the Millennials? Those game-changing Gen Y youth who have been the subject of so much research and speculation have now hit the ripe old age

Training & Development Talk: Why You Should Resolve to Rebrand in 2016

Published by Dan Loomis


Now that we’re nearly one month into 2016, many New Year’s resolutions may have already been broken. Maybe your gym membership has already lapsed, or you’re behind on your

2016 State of the Continuing Education Industry [Infographic]

Published by Gina Wentling

Have you read our 2016 State of the Continuing Education Industry yet? If you haven’t had a chance yet, this infographic will give you a good summary of the results.

The State of Continuing Education Content: Results of the 2016 Survey of CE Professionals

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

The outlook for the continuing education (CE) and training market is extremely strong, with both spending and demand expected to increase fairly consistently over the next several years, causing many