Toolwire Selected as Finalist for IT Training Award

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<strong>Pleasanton, Calif. and London &mdash; Dec. 17 </strong><br />Toolwire, a provider of experiential distance learning solutions, announced it has been chosen as a finalist by the Institute of IT Training (IITT) in its annual IT Training Awards. Following last year&#39;s selection as a finalist in the 2008 “Training Company of the Year” award, Toolwire has been recognized as a finalist for the highly acclaimed “Innovation in Training Services” award for 2009. <br /><br />The “Innovation in Training Services” award celebrates the most effective implementation of the year in learning technology and IT Training delivery innovation. Edmund Monk, business development director at IITT said, “Our Innovation in Training Services award will pay tribute to the very best in innovative learning methods and techniques, and we believe this award will attract unprecedented interest.”<br /><br />Toolwire has demonstrated a 10-year pedigree of learning innovation. During the judging period of 2008, Toolwire consistently increased employee productivity for its customers by leveraging instructional design expertise and a unique technology platform to co-create innovative, hands-on learning programs. Toolwire&#39;s Live Labs and Day-in-the-Life interactive Scenarios support the delivery of critical skill sets, enabling on-demand technology apprenticeships for customers and students to shorten their time to productivity.<br /><br />”Toolwire is proud to have again been selected by The Institute and recognized for its development of innovative training programs,” said John Valencia, president and chief executive officer of Toolwire. “Training is a crucial element to achieving global adoption of technology products, and we believe that we have played a significant role in assisting our customers to enable their channel partners and end users via the deployment of innovative learning initiatives. Innovation is in our DNA.”<br />

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