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New webinar: 10 ways to market contract training and increase ROI

Wed, Jul 02,2014 @ 09:35 AM
by Kathryn Will |

Are you taking the right steps to market your contract training programs? Are sales as good as they can be?

In LERN's new webinar, you will discover the 10 ways you should be marketing your contract training program to increase sales and ROI. 
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In this webinar, you’ll take away easy yet effective tips to grow your program that you can start implementing immediately.

Your presenters, Layne Harpine, Ph.D, and Suzanne Kart, M.A., CeP, are two of the leading experts in promoting contract training and continuing education marketing.

Dr. Harpine has served as a business consultant, fortune 100 corporate trainer and worked in higher education for the last 14 years as an instructor and administrator in the field of workforce development.  He's currently a Senior Consultant at LERN. 

Kart is a writer, presenter and practitioner on marketing and eMarketing. She is one of the nation’s leading LinkedInexperts on Twitter, social networks and generational communication for lifelong learning. She does workshops across the U.S. and Canada on marketing.

She also teaches online for the graduate school at the University of South Dakota masters degree program in adult and higher education. Currently she is Associate Vice President of Marketing at LERN.

The webinar will be held at 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, August 13. All LERN webinars are archived and will be sent to those who have registered. Cost is $89 for members and $99 for future members. 

Register today for the 10 Things You Should Be Doing to Market your Contract Training Program webinar. 

 
 
 

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