SALT LAKE CITY (October 22, 2009) — Allen Communication Learning Services’ announced today that Michael Noble, Chief Learning Officer, and Michael Hassett, Director of Project Management, have been chosen to speak at upcoming industry events on the topics of non-traditional training and blended learning.
Michael Noble, PhD, will team up with Ty Johnson, e-Learning Manager for the Welfare Services Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to present at the eLearning Guild 2010 Annual Gathering March 24-26. They will demonstrate the value usability testing provides for non-traditional learners without needing to extend timelines or budgets. To learn more about this conference, please go to www.elearningguild.com/and click on “conferences.”
Mike Hassett, PhD, is speaking today at the Utah Chapter of the American Society for Training & Development conference in Salt Lake City. He is speaking during the breakout sessions about blended learning solutions. For more information on this conference, please see http://chapters.astd.org/SiteDirectory/Utah/Pages/default.aspx.
“We are honored to have the industry look to Allen’s management to share insights on issues crucial to the community of learning professionals,” states Ron Zamir, CEO of Allen Communication Learning Services. “By providing knowledge of this stature, we hope to help our clients make more informed decisions before training even begins.”
For almost thirty years, Allen Communication Learning Services (www.allencomm.com) 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 portal development. 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.