You could outsource your eLearning management to Intrepid Learning Solutions.
Why would you want to outsource training? Intrepid suggests:
Outdated employee skills
More than 50 percent of employee skills become obsolete in three to five years. Outsourcing can give you leading edge training programs, built on best practice learning methodologies. Your employees gain the right skills to sustain high performance.
Cluttered learning marketplace
Corporate training departments face a dizzying array of learning content and technology vendors. Outsourcing to a training specialist eliminates the clutter while allowing you to stay at the forefront of learning management.
In a highly competitive economy, companies must continually reduce administrative costs while remaining competitive. Outsourcing can give you a leading-edge training effort at a significantly reduced cost. You’re freed to focus on core business priorities.
The LGuide team -- Chris Hedrick, Sam Herring, and Mike Flanaghan -- are the nucleus of the new company, as you might guess from the models on the new site:
What would you pay to hand off your eLearning process?
The dictionary defines intrepid as "Resolutely courageous; fearless." Synonyms include dauntless; resolute; brave; daring; valiant; heroic. Do you think they'll need to be? Do you think Intrepid will be successful?
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