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You're Invited to the Inaugural IACET Symposium
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IACET would like to cordially invite you to the 2010 Symposium on the Future of Continuing Education and Training. This inaugural event will take place on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 1–6 p.m. at the Liaison Hotel Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The Symposium will gather key thought leaders in education, business and government to discuss the future of continuing education and training and its value in the marketplace. More



TaskStream offers evidencing learning for continuing education and training
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TaskStream, a corporate sponsor of IACET, is the leading provider of Web-based technology for facilitating outcomes-based learning and assessment. TaskStream is pleased to announce a webinar on Sept. 30, at 3 p.m. EDT to demonstrate their turnkey, Web-based solution for addressing the needs of the IACET community. To register for the web-cast, please visit the registration page here. To learn more, visit www.taskstream.com or e-mail info@taskstream.com. More

IACET summer discounts available
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IACET wants to help you save some extra money on the application fee when you submit your renewal application by the following date:

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- Sept. 30, 2010 - $100 off

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Hotel chains try training with improv and iPods
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Before two luxury hotels, the Andaz 5th Avenue in Manhattan, N.Y., and the Elysian Hotel in Chicago, opened their doors in recent months, both added something extra to their usual employee training practices: they hired improvisational comedy experts. The Benjamin, an upscale business travel hotel also in New York, took a similar tack to help its staff better serve guests, offering them a series of life-coaching sessions this summer. More

Off-the-Job training becoming more common for supervisors
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When business finally picks up, the need American employers will have for qualified managers and supervisors will increase virtually overnight. Businesses that cannot manage a newly enlarged workforce will forfeit opportunities for quick growth when the inevitable recovery comes. Compounding employers' problems, layoffs during recent years and increased retirements in future years have created a constricted pipeline for promotable managers. More

10 tips for successful online research in adult education
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While reading the syllabus for a new course you discovered there is a research paper project. These types of projects often require the need to carry out online research to find sources. The online world is vast, often making such research a time consuming drain on valuable study time. So what do you do? The following top 10 tips for successful online research below will help make time dedicated for research more efficient. More

Boeing 787 training takes virtual path
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Mechanics going through Boeing Co.'s 25-day training course for its coming 787 Dreamliner learn to fix all kinds of problems, from broken lights in the cabin to major glitches with its flight controls. One thing they won't soon do: touch one of the planes. Using both laptop and desktop computers inside a classroom festooned with huge wall-mounted diagrams, airline mechanics will train on a system that displays an interactive 787 cockpit, as well as a 3-D exterior of the plane. More

Exercise and strength training franchise SuperSlow Zone achieves second 5-year re-accreditation as an Authorized Provider
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The SuperSlow Zone, LLC, proudly announces their re-accreditation as an Authorized Provider for the International Association of Continuing Education and Training. This exemplary status is for The SuperSlow Zone's second five-year term. Being an IACET Authorized Provider means that the company or organization consistently delivers continuing education and training to the world-class standards of the American National Standards Institute. ANSI/IACET is the most prestigious global accreditation available. More

Top 10 reasons why adult education is crucial beyond high school
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The top 10 reasons why adult education is crucial, deals with the fact that at some point most everyone considers why they must continue their education. For many people this does not occur until after entering and being a member of the work force for a period of time. These adults are often motivated for personal reasons or they notice the benefits others have because of their additional educational beyond high school. More
 

 
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