Blended Learning Solutions for Project Management
IT professionals today have access to a wide variety of learning programs including new types of training that did not exist just a few years ago. Formal and informal assets such as simulations, access to live mentors, TestPrep exams, online reference books and virtual classroom events introduce new and exciting training capabilities. During this Certification Magazine e-Seminar, sponsored by SkillSoft, you will see how you can take advantage of innovative programs that are targeted toward the needs of diverse populations of learners. The focus will be on achieving project management certification, but the principles can be applied to any strategic certification or learning initiative.
| Mary Miller|
Vice President of Solutions Services
Mary Miller is vice president of solution services for SkillSoft. She has more than 20 years of technical experience and instructional design experience in the technical training field, specializing in implementing technical training initiatives that necessitate a paradigm shift in learning culture. Miller has managed learning programs supporting the implementation of inventory control environments (during the 1970s, when scanning was introduced), corporate migrations to computer-based systems, and the implementation of learning programs incorporating both synchronous and asynchronous learning activities. She has also developed Web-based knowledge systems to support migrations in technology.
For the past eight years, Miller has been responsible for teams chartered with architecting and implementing custom learning solutions for SkillSoft.
Following an associate’s degree in business management and a bachelor’s in computer science, Miller obtained a master’s degree in computing technology in education and is currently pursuing her doctoral degree.
| Tim Hildreth|
Product Marketing Team
Tim Hildreth is a senior member of the SkillSoft product marketing team. Since joining SkillSoft in 2004, he has managed product teams for a number of the company’s new offerings including platform modules for managing instructor-led training and credentialing programs, and a suite of tools providing customers with self-publishing capabilities for content within the company’s platform. Currently, Hildreth manages the SkillSoft KnowledgeCenter product line and oversees the SkillPort and player technology teams. Prior to joining SkillSoft, Hildreth spent 11 years in product marketing and other positions with Transparent Language, Inc., a provider of computer-aided language-learning (CALL) solutions to consumer, corporate, education and government customers. Hildreth was responsible for all aspects of development and marketing for the company’s flagship consumer and enterprise language products both in the United States and internationally. Hildreth holds a bachelor’s in political science from Williams College.
Join us Wednesday, June 28, 2006 –11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern