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3GS to Follow Up Presentation At ASTD 2012 International Conference & Exposition with Live Webcast on Live Virtual Training at Oracle

Santa Rosa, CA (April 25, 2012) —On May 15, 2012, Martyn Lewis, principal and founder of 3GS and a recognized pioneer in live virtual training, will follow up his May 7 ASTD 2012 conference presentation on live virtual sales training at Oracle with a live webcast of the same presentation. The webcast will be open to the public.

Transformational Training: A Case Study on Non-Traditional and Blended Learning Approaches at Oracle

Live Webcast
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
10:00-11:00 a.m. PT / 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
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In this live webcast, Martyn will discuss how 3GS developed and delivered a live virtual sales training program that enabled a vice president of sales at Oracle to transform his sales management team in a short period of time while keeping staff in the field and completely eliminating travel-related costs.

In this webcast, participants will learn more about:

  • Specific training strategies and technologies, as well as a highly innovative model for creating live virtual classrooms
  • Maximizing the engagement and significantly increasing the ROI of training programs
  • Strategies for handling obstacles to creating effective live virtual learning experiences

About 3GS

3GS is the leader in the design, development and delivery of live virtual learning experiences.

Our training solutions range from customer-configured “off-the-shelf” programs in key business areas like sales, leadership and communication to completely custom programs designed around the customer's unique training requirements.

We're unlike any other company offering virtual training solutions in today's market. We've pioneered an innovative way to deliver virtual training that's more dynamic and engaging than basic webinar-style training, less expensive than traditional classroom training—and far more effective than either.