Perth-based startup, Prezentt, has announced the latest release of their popular e-book, The Future of Training.
Originally published in mid-2016, the latest edition features insights from highly-regarded industry experts from around the world including Paris-based Stephane Pineau, CEO of Training Orchestra, Vincent Po, Director of Ethan Hathaway Hong Kong and Marty Wilson, Former Australian comic of the year and Founder of More Funny, More Money.
The book, now 40% longer and still available free for download, also has new sections that provide an assessment of mobile content delivery, and an overview of how learning management systems (LMS), training management systems (TMS), and training delivery platforms (TDP) all fit together to improve engagement and efficiencies before, during and after a training course.
“We received such great feedback when we first published The Future of Training, and we listened to what our readers told us in preparing this new edition.” said Jeff Robson, Author of The Future of Training . “It highlights the benefits and drawbacks of different systems and provides readers with insights into what the future may hold for training companies, trainers and learners,” he added.
According to the 2014 Training Industry Report by Training Magazine, 74% of companies currently use Learning management systems (LMS) and Virtual classroom tools, and 44% of companies intent to purchase online learning tools and systems.
Published by Prezentt, the training delivery platform based in Australia, the book is freely available from the website, http://futureof.training/
Prezentt is a training delivery platform that seriously reduces administration time and costs for training companies who run instructor-led courses. Founded in 2014, Prezentt is based in Western Australia, and serves customers across the world.
For more information about Prezentt, see the website at www.prezentt.com
Jeff Robson, CEO
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