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3g Selling Delves into Best-In-Practice Virtual Training Design at Training 2012

Santa Rosa, CA (February 6, 2012) —On February 14, Martyn Lewis, principal and founder of 3g Selling and a recognized thought leader on the topic of live virtual training, will present at Training 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. Get more information on the event.

There is a stampede away from the physical classroom, mainly in an effort to lower the cost of training. But this virtual world can leave the participant with a less than satisfactory experience. In 3g Selling's session, A Best-in-Practice Design for Live Virtual Training, Martyn will share the journey that one company took in offering live virtual training that does not simply mimic the physical classroom, but offers the learner a richer experience with more immediate and impactful learning outcomes.

Event Details

Session #VCS05
A Best-in-Practice Design for Live Virtual Training
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
8:00-9:00 a.m
Room A314

Session Giveaway
Anyone who attends the 3g Selling Training 2012 session will be eligible to win a FREE one-day, onsite consulting workshop from 3g Selling: “3 Steps to Effective Continuous Learning: Creating the Enabling Architecture.” The workshop is valued at over $5,000 and includes facilitator travel and accommodation.

More information about this event is available here.

About 3g Selling
3g Selling 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.