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New Way to Train Saves Companies Time and Money
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Posted by: jfisher3 on Saturday, August 7, 2010

PITTSBURGH, PA – As companies are forced to slash training budgets and businesses merge to take on new territories, project management and business analysis training providers have come up with an innovative alternative to traditional classroom instruction.

The shift in the professional training industry has paved the way for virtual instructor-led training, educational programs that use the latest technology to create live, online classrooms in which students can ask questions, interact with instructors and chat with classmates all from the convenience of their own computers.

Through virtual training, experienced instructors can provide quality industry-aligned project management and business analysis training without geographic limitations.  For many companies, eliminating travel and facility costs has made virtual training an accessible and affordable substitute to classroom training.

Virtual classes fit easily into any schedule because they are offered through short evening sessions, which give participants the opportunity to apply their knowledge to projects at work the next day.  In addition, courses are worth credit units, which can be used towards professional certifications with the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®).

PMCentersUSA is a professional training provider that has had remarkable success using virtual classrooms equipped with live instructors, whiteboards, breakout rooms, and streaming video to provide instruction for large organizations in industries like insurance, banking, healthcare, manufacturing, energy, biotechnology, engineering and construction.

“Virtual training is a great option for companies with multiple locations worldwide,” says Mark Balish, president of PMCentersUSA.  “By eliminating travel expenses, our clients can spend less and train more employees.”

For information about how virtual training programs can benefit businesses, visit www.PMCentersUSA.com  or call 1-888-762-3683.




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