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By chrish ·
I'm looking for good resources for training administrators (buy-side and sell-side). Either the on-line variety, the printed variety, or associations.

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There are so many resources available! Here are three of my favorites:

http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/index.html
(Don Clark's training pages...huge, informative and amazing)

http://train.ed.psu.edu/trdev-l/
(The TRDEV-L list-serv)http://www.astd.org
(The American Society for Training and Development)

The best advice I can give you is to get involved with an organization such as ASTD, SALT, ISPI or ITTA, go to the meetings, go to the conferences, read the journals and network,network, network.

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by mfrancis In reply to Resources for training ad ...

Here are some of the resources I have used in the past to develop various training courses for our Workforce Development Institute who offers Technical Training. I hope these are of some help. Some are articles, magazines, courseware suppliers, and training companies.

http://itrain.org/
http://www.trainingnet.com/
http://www.learningtree.com/us/index.htm
http://www1.fatbrain.com/

I hope this helps.

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by Mark L In reply to Resources for training ad ...

You ask a simple question in the first sentence. You open the door in the second sentence. You neglect to include the third sentence, which should have been (something like) " I have xx-Trainers, who are skilled in xx-app's, and I need to train xx-customer base".

I think of 'training' as a verb, not a noun. The forum could be more helpful, if you could be more descriptive of your specific needs <grin>

Enjoy :)
mlv//mark460@trdesk.com

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