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PulseLearning attend 2011 American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) National Magnet Conference, Baltimore, Maryland

August 31, 2011

A team from PulseLearning will be attending this years ANCC National Magnet Conference taking place on October 4-6, 2011 in Baltimore. At the conference, we will be revealing our new PulseHealth “Information Training” solution for the US Healthcare market. The team is happy to discuss this new solution with you one to one. Please contact us […]

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How to get your learners to embrace change – and the training that comes with it.

August 10, 2010

PulseLearning has partnered with organizations large and small to assist with strategic communication related to projects. We understand that large scale training initiatives are typically a support to a significant change within an organization. While that change may be very positive and productive for the company, many people may have fears about it or want […]

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Prepare your staff with skills required for 2012 Olympics

June 15, 2010

The People 1st State of the Nation report released earlier this year provided some pointed insights into training needs in the hospitality sector in advance of the 2012 Olympics. Hotel, restaurant and bar staff numbers have dropped by 30% in the last year – leaving the remaining staff to take on more work. In addition to […]

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PulseLearning Expert Instructional Systems Design (ISD) + 3D Tech = Learning that sticks

June 2, 2010

PulseLearning ISD+3D Click the link above to see a self-running video of an interactive hands-on training module that enables learners to practice maintenance on expensive or dangerous equipment in a safe, virtual environment. If you’d like to play with the actual demo – just ask – we’ll send you the link.

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How to use Twitter for professional development

May 25, 2010

Most people who actively use Twitter started out in the same place – wondering… what the world is this for? At first glance, it may look like a useless time waster. But, the reality is that the value you get from Twitter depends on how you nurture it. And, truth be told, it’s not very […]

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Learning Styles – Fact or Fiction?

May 5, 2010

About a month ago, a frenzy was stirred up when critics of Learning Styles suggested that the U.S. government should not permit any federal funding to be used for differentiated instruction in K-12 public schools. This idea of adjusting the way we teach to the way our students learn is why we (as trainers of […]

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Social and Informal Learning – Innovating Effectively

April 27, 2010

We recently met with learning leaders in Australia to discuss what social learning is and how to do it well. A handful of key topics emerged. 1. To what degree is our organization prepared to embrace social learning? Some companies have concerns about how to ensure the quality of the information that is being shared […]

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Celebrating Ten Years of Making Clients Outrageously Happy

March 30, 2010

We’ve hit a milestone and I thought it would be a good opportunity to reflect on where we came from over the past ten years and where we’re headed next. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Jim Breen – the Chief Executive Officer at PulseLearning. I hope you enjoy these reflections. I […]

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