On-site Training with LSI

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company

We design our software with ease of use in mind. We also do our best to provide you with as many support resources and as much help documentation as possible. Even so, getting the most out of your Articulate products and designing effective e-learning programs sometimes takes a little help from a friend — or a training professional.

SNAG-1732.png Enter Learning Solutions International (LSI), our new Articulate-certified training partner. If you and your company are looking for best practice training on leveraging your investment in Articulate tools — and creating compelling e-learning content for your users — consider on-site training. Learn more in this PDF datasheet.

Articulate Partners with Learning Solutions International for Customized Workshop Training:

“We’re finding that many of our customers want to take Articulate products to the next level,” said Adam Schwartz, president of Articulate. “This training is for those subject-matter experts who want to learn more about applying instructional design principles to their presentations or for training professionals who want to learn the advanced functionality of our products. The workshops will also help attendees understand how to employ best practices in rapid e-learning for designing and deploying time-critical training programs in virtually any subject area.”

Contact your account manager for more details and pricing info.

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