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Technology has changed the face of education over the last few years.  It used to be that when you got training in your field you either went back to school for a graduate degree at night at a local University, or you went away for a week at an industry-sponsored seminar.  Well those are still viable and available options, but today there are so many more.

 

Have you thought about weekend classes, on-line classes, self-study courses, certificate programs or professional certifications in your field?  What about taking a class at a local university, or one on the other side of the country?  You can get a full degree but you don’t have to, what about a three-five day seminar or workshop?  If there is something you need or would like to have training on, it is surely available in any form, anywhere and anytime you are willing and able to participate.

 

There are three questions commonly asked when starting to narrow down your search:

  1. How do you know what training is available in your field without knowing exactly what to look for?
  2. Once you have some direction on the type of training you want, how can you find all the options available to you?
  3. Once a training program interests you, how do you know if it is a good fit for what you are trying to accomplish?

 

Now you can answer these questions and find the best training fit for you right at your computer.  Take control of your professional development; engage your employer with a list of training programs you are interested in by being prepared for your next employee performance review.  Have a plan for your own growth and use our tools to sell it to your boss. 

 

You can check out our comprehensive list of Training Programs right here on ManagingAmericans.com.  Click here to see what is available to you.

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