Training Live + Online Certificate Programs

Training Live + Online Certificate Programs

Now You Can Have Live Online Access to Training magazine's Most Popular Certificate Programs!

Training Live + Online Certificate Programs are available exclusively online, and fit around your busy schedule, while still providing the professional know-how and in-depth content you've come to expect from Training magazine. These online programs are highlighted by featured Webcasts delivered live, with access to an archive* of the address following the sessions. You'll participate in workshops and collaborative activities in a number of ways, each designed to provide a unique means to interact and learn from experts and colleagues.

2016 Topics include:

  • Articulate Storyline Fundamentals
  • Articulate Storyline for Next Level Design
  • Designing eLearning with Captivate
  • Developing Small Bites Learning
  • Instructional Design:  Performance-Based and Results-Focused
  • Project Management for Learning Professionals:  Reduce the Rework
  • Scenario-Based eLearning Design
  • Training Coordinator:  A Consulting Approach to Coordinating the Training Function
  • Training Manager:   Managing the Training Function for Bottom-Line Results

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Testimonials from Past Attendees:

Articulate Storyline Fundamentals Certificate
Building short training sessions is only a part of my job, this course gave me the knowledge, tools and examples to allow me to do them with ease!
Jessica Gaughan, Communication & Training Specialist, The Co-operators Insurance Co.

 Articulate Storyline for Next Level Design Certificate
This is great training for individuals who have a strong understanding of Storyline but want to take it to the next level of professionalism and customization.
Leslie Johnson, Sr. Learning Specialist, Kiewit

Designing eLearning with Captivate Certificate
Captivate training with Joe Ganci provided me tremendous value-added tools, tips and techniques that will save me time and my company resources and money.
Joel Jarmel, Corporate Trainer, SVA Certified Public Accountants

Developing Small Bites Learning Certificate
This certificate is simply brilliant. If you really think about training from a learner perspective, you quickly realize that the concepts shared in this certificate are so simple and obvious - common sense really - yet they've managed to escape the attention of most learning experts, developers, and trainers for decades! Ray Jimenez is opening our eyes to a whole new way of delivering training that instantly draws the learner in, keeps them entralled to the end, and allows them to learn without even realizing they're being taught!
Lynea Pytel, Instructional Developer, Parallon

Training Manager Certificate
This program was fantastic! I was introduced to a new way of looking at how to manage and develop a training program that is beneficial to all parties.  The tools provided are excellent and can be used from day one!
Kathy Thomas, Assistant Director, Revenue Cycle Education & Training, Texas Children's Hospital
 

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