Treeline Offers New Electronic Training Solutions

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<p><strong>Philadelphia &mdash; Sept. 12</strong><br />Treeline Training Inc. announced 17 new e-learning programs and an expanded library of 73 instructor-led programs to meet the growing global demand for effective soft skills at new price levels that every organization can afford. <br /><br />When properly implemented, people skills training can develop employees who are better leaders, communicators, collaborators, sales people, customer services representatives and innovators. Today&rsquo;s people skills training solutions are typically too expensive for most firms. </p><p>Thanks to a new and very aggressive licensing model for traditional classroom training and new e-learning programs from Treeline Training, people skills training is now more affordable and accessible to firms with big ambitions and shrinking training budgets.<br /><br />&ldquo;As a client-centric publisher of training courseware, and thanks to our low overhead and low distribution costs of our digital content, we can afford to provide firms of all sizes with a vast collection of e-learning and classroom-based courseware programs at a fraction of what our competitors charge. Clients also want to customize and reproduce our participants&rsquo; handouts for live, instructor-led or virtual classroom training without having to pay royalties or licensing fees per employee, event after event, year after year. <br /><br />&ldquo;As long as the training is conducted to satisfy our clients&#39; internal corporate training needs, our clients have the freedom to learn without restrictions and without paying extra fees,&rdquo; said Bruce Scagel, Treeline Training&rsquo;s president. <br /><br />&ldquo;We&rsquo;ve created a new and comprehensive offering called CRPL. CRPL means Customizable and Reproducible Program Library. CRPL is designed to meet every imaginable client need and budget. From e-learning to instructor-led programs, to a customizable Learning Management System or LMS, to blended learning and new virtual classroom programs, our solutions make sense in times like these. </p><p>”The best way to evaluate our new offerings is to take a free test drive at, and to hold a no-obligation, consultative discussion with our training experts,&rdquo; added Scagel.<br /></p>

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