SALT LAKE CITY (September 17, 2008) — Key players at Allen are reaching out in key places over the next thirty days. Allen will be receiving an award, speaking at a conference and sponsoring two conferences.
First, Allen will be accepting an e-learning award from Chief Learning Officer at the CLO Symposium on the 25th and 26th of September. The award is for creating an e-learning course with multi-branch simulations for Toyota. The COO, Paul Zackrison, and Marketing Director, Brent Verhaaren, will be there to accept the award Thursday night and will present a demonstration at the “Meet the Winners” session the next morning.
During the same dates, the CLO, Michael Noble, will be speaking at the Brandon Hall Innovations conference in San Jose, CA. He will be discussing ways to create a better blend of ILT and WBT in training.
For October, Allen is sponsoring two conferences: the Masie Learning 2008 conference in Orlando, FL and the Explore 2008 ASTD conference in Columbus, OH. Allen’s CEO, Ron Zamir, and the Director of Learning Solutions, Marty Newey, will be at Masie to answer any questions you have about training, and Bob Martin, another Director of Learning Solutions, will be at ASTD to greet you there.
For over 25 years, Allen Communication Learning Services () has helped improve the training processes and methods of numerous Fortune 500 companies. With a rich history in training that started with the introduction of the world’s first commercial interactive videodisc system, today the company is recognized as a leader in custom training, e-learning, blended learning, and learning technology. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Allen’s mission is to align organizations’ training initiatives with their business objectives by developing the optimal learning solution for each organization.