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No-Nonsense Employee Training: The Best Articles of This Week

Pract.us

This week’s best articles for no-nonsense employee training. Every week, I read dozens of articles about management, human resources, and employee development. 11 Leadership Lessons from Puppy Training. The best thing – most of these options don’t cost a thing!

Selecting a Learning “Operations” System for your Training Business

rapidLD

Perhaps due to low cost and current basic requirements, you may decide to consider an Event Management platform (e.g. But managing those vouchers and keeping track of who holds them, what they are used for and how much is spent can also be time consuming, resource intensive and costly.

How do you price online training courses

Elucidat

In this article, we look at three pricing strategies and examine how a number of successful organizations price their training products and get a good ROI. Too high and you’ll turn off certain audiences and may not sell enough to cover your costs. Calculate the cost.

The Only Time You Should Deliver Mediocre eLearning

eLearning Architect

In this article we'll look at when delivering lower quality content can be an advantage. Organisations can be hesitant to invest in an eLearning program until they have some proof that it will ultimately deliver a return on investment.

9 of Your Customer Service Training Questions, Answered

Continu

Roleplaying is a method of contextual learning and helps solidify the concepts that trainees have learned in previous lessons. Of course, that convenience comes with a drawback: cost. It takes some planning, but any organization can run its own customer service training program.

What Virtual Assistants Can Do For Course Creators with Expert VA Trainer Kathy Goughenour

LifterLMS

Kathy shares her journey as a program creator at Expert VA Training , and how a VA can help you with building your course or membership website. Chris Badgett: At first, just looking at your training program, Kathy, what’s in a stack? Chris Badgett: How long are the lessons?