Interactive Online, CD-ROM Training Indtroduced

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<p><strong>Neenah, Wis. &mdash; Aug. 14</strong><br />J. J. Keller &amp; Associates Inc. has introduced its Interactive Online and CD-ROM Training, designed to provide critical employee training in two highly accessible formats.<br /><br />Available online or on CD-ROM, J. J. Keller&rsquo;s courses feature the same solid content as J. J. Keller&rsquo;s popular video-based programs and are designed for maximum impact. </p><p>The training allows companies to keep training on-site and avoid expenses associated with off-site training. </p><p>It also helps companies maintain productivity by training each employee or group of employees when it is most convenient, rather than disrupting work schedules or creating unnecessary downtime. <br /><br />Both methods of delivery provide a consistent message, in content and delivery, so that all employees receive the same message, regardless of when they receive training.<br /><br />The courses use full-motion digital video, upbeat graphics, interactive features and high-energy audio and music to keep employees interested and engaged in the training experience. </p><p>Interactive quizzes and other learning exercises are also incorporated to help employees retain important material.<br /><br />Recordkeeping is centralized and automated within the training, so companies can track employees&rsquo; progress and course completion.<br /><br />Training is available for a variety of topics, including reasonable suspicion, forklift safety, OSHA 10-hour for construction and many more.</p>

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