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- Designing Your Training Program-Part 1When you start out to designing your training program, there are a number of things to consider. This is not about what the content is or what types of training should be delivered, what is the best method to train … Continue reading → The post Designing Your Training Program-Part 1 appeared first on eTechnology […]
- Building a Training ProgramIn previous blog post we talked about different elements of developing your training program. But perhaps we should step back and take a larger view in the development of a training program that is more comprehensive. There are several steps … Continue reading → The post Building a Training Program appeared first on eTechnology Blog.