LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 28 January 2013 – IEEE Computer Society, the community for technology leaders, is introducing a comprehensive corporate training program that draws on the expertise and resources of an established global computing association to bring companies the resources they need to provide employees with cost-effective technical training.
Featuring either standard or customized packages of training resources, the TechLeader Training Partner Program includes:
TechLeader OnLine—online courses, videos, certifications, books, and mentoring organized into 16 KnowledgeCenters on cutting-edge technical and professional topics such as IT Security, Java, Cisco, Visual Basic, C#, and Management
TechLeader OnDemand—webinars customized to company needs, featuring experts from the Computer Society or companies for in-depth learning
TechLeader OnSite—customized training courses at a corporate location featuring a roster of IEEE Computer Society industry experts
TechLeader Events—enlisting IEEE Computer Society expertise to develop customer-facing product announcement events.
"The TechLeader Training Partner Program lets companies design custom programs to meet their objectives and strategic goals and ensure that technical employees remain up to date on current technologies," said Chris Ruoff, IEEE Computer Society Senior Manager of Global Sales and Channel Development. "It guarantees that training goals are met while remaining within budget and provides a reasonable alternative to the high cost of employee training."
Companies can choose a program that meets their needs. Included in the program is a digital subscription to the monthly Computer magazine, as well as another IEEE Computer Society magazine of their choice. A dedicated Web portal, monthly newsletter, and discounts on IEEE Computer Society products and services are also available as options.
The program lets employees design programs that meet their individual needs, select the courses, exams, and books they want, proceed at their own pace, and access high-quality, independent technical information.