Our Free Corporate Training library is available for personal and business use. This library contains over 150 high need free corporate training courses in a variety of different areas including employee and supervisor skills, compliance, health and safety, forklift safety, CMV driver safety, HAZmat, communication, harassment, team dynamics, sales, customer service, and many more. These courses are easy to use and share and represent our most basic e-learning format. Custom e-learning courses can be created for any topic incorporating advanced interactions, adaptive methodologies, and social and video learning.

You can take any course or even share course links with your staff. There are no use restrictions. Take as many courses as you like and share course links with your entire staff. As always, we are available to help if you need a course that is not in the library. We offer an array of custom training solutions or we can customize any content from our free corporate training library. Contact us today to get a price quote.

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Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMVD) Training
Compliance & Safety
Customer Service
Employee Skills
Forklift Safety
Health and Safety
Human Resources Management
Microsoft Office
Personal Development
Presentation Skills
Sexual Harassment
Team Dynamics
Workplace Communication

All Free Training Courses

360 Feedback

360 Degree Feedback covers how organizations use 360-degree feedback, the benefits of using 360-degree feedback, and the different methods for collecting 360-degree feedback. This course also covers the type of information provided in 360-degree feedback. It provides information that will help you determine whether your organization is ready for 360 Degree Feedback and the common reasons why 360 Degree Feedback Programs fail.

Accident Investigation

This safety course explains how to conduct a proper investigation of a workplace accident. The course covers the proper investigative procedures and helps you to gain an understanding of necessary investigation skills.

Asbestos Awareness

The course provides a lot of useful information about how to work safely in situations where you may be exposed to Asbestos or Asbestos-Containing Materials.  This course will review the proper techniques for identifying potential problem areas, steps to take to prevent contamination, and what to do if you are exposed to asbestos.


Auditing is a way in which clients and businesses in a global marketplace can ensure quality, consistency, efficiency, and reliable financial reports. This course will familiarize you with the basic terminologies, concepts, and approaches to performing an audit. You will develop your knowledge of what audits are, how they are conducted, how they are recorded, and how they are followed up. Also, you will examine the basics of internal and external audits and how they foster effective business processes.

Basic Credit

This course focuses on credit and risk. We will begin by defining credit and review the difference between direct and contingent risk. This foundation will be used to discuss the five Cs of credit.


This course discusses the concept of benchmarking, various benchmarking types, and how you can influence benchmarking in your organization. This course is designed to assist learners in understanding better the process of benchmarking, planning, implementation, and evaluation.

Bloodborne Pathogens

This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of bloodborne pathogens, standard modes of transmission, methods of prevention, and other pertinent information. This program is designed to meet the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) Bloodborne Pathogen Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1030.


This course examines the prevalence of bullying in schools. This course is geared toward professional educators, school staff, and parents. Suggestions for reducing the incidences of bullying at school are discussed as well as ways to teach youths to avoid becoming a victim.

Business Writing

Email and other electronic communication tools have brought a new level of importance to business writing. This course reviews styles, tone, bias, and strategies for business writing.

Change Leadership

Change is a permanent feature of all organizations. However, the ability to take charge of change can be a key distinguishing feature of a successful organization. In this course you will learn essential Change Leadership skills that you can adopt in your organization to deliver endless results.

Change Management

This course analyzes the various aspects of organizational change and provides managers with methods of managing people through change in the organization. Focus is placed on helping employees to move through the SARA model of change and accept what direction the organization is heading.

CMV Drivers: Drug and Alcohol Training

Drug and alcohol abuse has a negative effect on the way people do their jobs.  This course is designed to provide Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) drivers with knowledge of the impact of drugs and alcohol on health, safety, and the work environment.  The resultant problems of substance abuse and substance dependency in the U.S. transportation industry are discussed along with an examination of the U.S. laws that relate to drug and alcohol testing of all transportation employees.

CMV Driver Essentials: Qualifications, Wellness, and Whistleblower Protection

This comprehensive program was designed for CMV drivers with less than one-year experience. Course content covers CMV driver qualification, personal wellness, and whistleblower protection. When this course is combined with CMV Drivers: Hours of Service, the FMCSA rule (Minimum Training Requirements for Entry-Level Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators) can be met.

CMV Driver: Inspections, Repairs, and Maintenance

This course focuses on the role of the CMV driver in keeping his or her CMV in safe working order by inspecting the vehicle each day. Drivers learn about the types of inspections that they need to complete, including what to do if defects or problems are uncovered.

CMV Driver: Parts & Accessories

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has established minimum standards for commercial motor vehicle parts and accessories. This course reviews those requirements and will help you to keep your vehicle in safe operating condition.

CMV Driver: U.S. Road Signs English & Spanish Versions

Being a professional driver requires to be familiar with the rules of the road. This course reviews a wide variety of road signs that will help you to comply with the rules and drive safely.

CMV Driver: Rules of the Road

This training reviews some of the critical traffic regulations and traffic control devices used in the United States. All drivers are required to comply with U.S. traffic regulations when using our streets and highways.

CMV Driver: Share the Road Safely

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) believes that the more people know about how to share the road safely, the fewer number of accidents will happen. This training covers basic safety guidelines; each bus or truck driver should take to share the road safely with others.

CMV Driver: Speed and Space Management

This course provides instruction addressing the principles of speed and space management. Emphasis is placed on maintaining safe vehicular speed and appropriate space surrounding the vehicle under various traffic and road conditions. It covers driving too fast, following and stopping distances, and other factors that can lead to costly accidents on the road.

CMV Driver: What to Do if You Get Pulled Over!

As a CMV Driver, you are on the road a lot. Getting pulled over by a Police Officer or being ticketed is both a waste of time and money. The purpose of this course is to define how to prevent vehicle and traffic violations and do's and don'ts in case a Police Officer stops you.

CMV Driver: Hours of Service Training

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) requires training so that CMV drivers understand the rules and exemptions relating to hours of service, the correct records and forms that need to be completed, and how to complete those forms accurately. This course clearly explains DOT requirements under the Hours of Service rule and provides working examples along with a scored assessment.

Coaching & Mentoring Concepts

Upon completion of this course you will be able to define the key concepts associated with Coaching and mentoring.

Coaching Skills: Effective Skills for Developing Your Employees

Coaching is based on a partnership that involves giving both support and challenging opportunities to employees. Knowing how and when to coach is an essential skill that can benefit both you and your organization.

Communication in the Workplace: Adapting Your Message to Your Audience

The information age has produced a dependent communication culture. This course focuses on the role and types of communication in the workplace. Communication strategies and tone are also discussed. The goal is to improve communication effectiveness amongst participants.

Communication for Managers: Improving Your Communication Skills

Effective communication can be the difference between a functional and dysfunctional manager. This course focuses on types of communication, barriers, and improvement techniques.

Communication Today

Business communication is rapidly evolving. This course focuses on how to use technology to communicate effectively in the workplace.

Competencies: The Power Inside Organizations

Competencies are measurable or observable knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors critical to successful job performance. Choosing the right competencies allows employers to plan how they will organize and develop their workforce. This course examines how you can develop and improve your own professional development.

COVID-19: The Coronavirus and You!

COVID-19 (Corona Virus) is a new and potentially deadly virus causing illness in people. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) signaled that a pandemic of COVID-19 was underway. The purpose of this course is to provide information on COVID-19 and to recommend ways to avoid getting and spreading of the virus.

Creative Problem Solving: Achieving Real Solutions

When you have completed this course, you will be able to define the key concepts associated with creative problem-solving.

Customer Care for Call Centers

Customer service is one of the most important aspects of any business. It's not just a question of reacting to your customers' needs - it's also about defining what they want, even when they are not sure themselves. In this eLearning course, learners will form best practices for handling customer complaints and assertiveness. They will also examine how best to develop a rapport with customers and learn how to sell products and services effectively.

Customer Driven Organization: The Art of Putting the Customer First

The customer is a vital part of the organization. Without customers, the organization is unable to exist. Therefore, delivering excellent customer service to both internal and external customers is critical for an organization to be successful. This course reviews what it takes to be a true Customer Driven Organization. It also shows the benefits of providing excellent customer service and the obstacles an organization can face in striving for the provision of excellent customer service.

Customer Relationship Management (CRM): How To Successfully Introduce Customer Relationship Management Programs

Effective customer relationship management skills drive all successful organizations. In this study guide, you will learn key customer relationship management skills that you can adopt in your organization to deliver endless results.

Customer Service

The global marketplace has created a heightened need to compete on many levels, particularly customer service. This course defines customer service principles and provides steps towards service improvement.

Decisions in the Workplace: Manager’s Edition

This course focuses on timely and quality decisions in the workplace. Learners will review techniques for overcoming these barriers.

Diversity in the Workplace: Fostering a Diverse Workforce

Diversity training is a required topic in the area of corporate compliance. This course reviews legal requirements, discrimination, benefits of diversity, and techniques for promoting diversity in the workplace.

Drug-Free Workplace: Employee Training

A drug-free workplace is an employment setting where all employees adhere to a program of policies and activities designed to provide a safe workplace, discourage alcohol and drug abuse and encourage treatment, recovery and the return to work of those employees with such abuse problems. This course reviews company policy and explains the adverse effects of drug use, including unsafe working conditions, loss of productivity, smaller profits, more accidents, higher medical expenses, and its impact on one's coworkers.

Effective Complaint Handling: Discovering Opportunities

Dissatisfied customers can become irrational, angry, and even abusive toward Customer Service Representatives. Organizations need to be able to address the needs of such customers professionally and positively. This course describes how to properly support an irrational customer, handle emotional and rambling customers, and how to resolve customer complaints best.

Effective Meetings: Why, Where, When & How

Effective meetings are indispensable vehicles for action and performance on different organizational levels. This course reviews various types of meetings and analyzes the conditions that must be fulfilled to ensure their effectiveness. Pay close attention, as your role, as a meeting participant, is critical for having productive meetings!

Effective Presentation Skills

This course covers the process of being able to present information to an audience effectively. A wide range of presentation tools and techniques useful to ensure the consistency of your presentations are included.

Effective Teamwork: Maximizing Teams

Once you have completed this module you will be able to define the key concepts associated with effective teamwork, identify the main obstacles to effective team work, and understand the nature of the team formation process.

Email Etiquette: Constructing Professional Messages

Email has become the dominant communication tool in business today. Email etiquette reviews tone and approaches for composing professional email messages.

Emergency Planning

Each year emergencies cause an untold number of injuries and deaths. Damages to facilities and equipment run into the billions of dollars. While every emergency isn't preventable, by planning, the effects of many of these situations can be minimized. This course discusses the causes of an emergency, how an Emergency Plan is created, activities that take place when combating emergencies, and employees' responsibilities during an emergency.

Emotional Intelligence Understanding E.Q.

Understanding emotional intelligence is vital to both management and staff. This course reviews the concept of emotional intelligence and its importance in the workplace.

Employee Absenteeism: Maximizing Resources

Employee absenteeism is one of the most common and costly workplace problems facing employers today. Absenteeism levels cost employers an estimated $850,000 per year. This course was developed to assist supervisors and managers with handling employee absenteeism and turnover problems.

Employee Motivation: How to Motivate Your Employees

This course focuses on the benefits of employee motivation in the workplace. Motivation theories are presented, along with an understanding of the forces that cause individuals to behave in a certain way. This course offers considerable benefits to the manager and the organization as a whole.

Enterprise Dynamics: Knowing What Drives Business

The world is constantly changing. Enterprises need to be able to keep up with the fast pace and their competitors. This course reviews the dynamics of a business environment. Insights in how to act to maximize return and performance are also covered. As an employer, you have an important role in contributing to successful enterprise dynamics!

Ethics & Values: A 21st Century Perspective

Ethics training has been clearly identified as an important component in countering unethical behavior in organizations. The goal of this course is to guide you through your company’s Ethics and Values and help you to develop a working knowledge of how these principles apply to your job.

Facilitation Skills: How To Maximize Your Facilitation Skills

Effective facilitation skills drive all successful organizations. In this course you will learn critical facilitation skills that you can adopt in your organization. This course presents several facilitation techniques and discusses the appropriateness of each technique for the situation. Although a variety of facilitation techniques may be employed within organizations, we will outline the eight most effective methods in this training.

Health and Safety: Industrial Fire Prevention

Fire Safety training explains what actions an employee should take in a fire emergency. Also, employees learn how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and safe fire extinguisher use.

FMLA Basics

This is an instructor led lecture outline available as a word document.

Forklift Safety Training: Forklifts & Power Industrial Trucks

In this eLearning safety course, employees learn about the hazards associated with forklift operation and OSHA-required (as required by 1910.178) safe work practices for forklift and power industrial truck operation.

Foundations of Management

This course is designed for new managers. A variety of topics are discussed, including management functions, planning and decision making, staffing, motivation, communications, conflict, and discipline.

Generations in the Workplace: Managing an Intergenerational Workforce

This course examines the differences between Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and the new Millennials and Gen Ys in the workplace. The generational influences of each group are examined as well as the cultural impact on the workplace. Methods for closing the generational gap are discussed as well as techniques for effective intergenerational teams.

Group Dynamics: Together We Are Stronger

Group performance has a substantial impact on goal accomplishments and employee satisfaction. This course reviews the role of groups within an organization and the factors that influence how a group functions. The overview will help you to evaluate the performance of groups and teams that you are a member of!

Harassment-Free Workplace

Discrimination and workplace harassment are based upon an individual's protected class status. This course will cover three types of illegal, prohibited behavior: discrimination, workplace harassment, and sexual harassment.

H1N1 Flu

This course is for educational purposes only and is not meant to replace advice from a physician or certified medical personnel. This course is not medical advice. Please seek the guidance of your physician for medical advice.

HazMat Training: Anti-Terrorism & Security Precautions

Everyone involved in the transportation of hazardous materials plays a role in the nation’s security. Hazardous materials can pose a significant security threat should they fall into the wrong hands by theft, interception, detonation, or release of cargo. As a driver who transports placarded amounts of hazardous materials, you are required to implement your company’s plan to address security risks related to the transportation of hazardous materials in accordance with 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 172, Subpart I.

HazMat General Awareness

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) requires training for anyone who handles hazardous materials, including individuals who ship or receive, prepare for transportation, mark and label containers, complete shipping documents, select packaging, and load or unload hazardous materials. This course is designed to provide basic information about hazardous materials and Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) for Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) drivers.

HazMat Training: Highway Carrier Requirements

This course reviews the requirements affecting the transportation of hazardous materials on public highways by various carriers, the differences among the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR), the HMR and state regulations, and other requirements for shipping, handling, incident reporting, and unloading.

HazMat Training: The Hazardous Materials Table

The Hazardous Materials Table, or HMT, is the backbone of the Hazardous Materials Regulations. Understanding and knowing how to use the Hazardous Materials Table is the first step toward compliance with the Hazardous Materials Regulations.

HazMat Training: Marking and Labeling

This course examines labeling and placarding systems used to communicate to employees about a container's contents.

HazMat Training: Packaging

This course reviews HMR's definition of "packaging;" covers the responsibilities of shippers, the requirements and exceptions for packaging, Limited Quantities, Materials of Trade, Agriculture Products, and Lab Packs, damaged or leaking H.M. packages, DOD packaging certification, and overpacks.

HazMat Training: Placarding

This course reviews placarding requirements and any possible modifications or exceptions allowed; placarding tables in 172.504(e); and requirements for the design, placement, and visibility of placards.

HazMat Training Shipping Papers

Documentation is an essential part of any safety-sensitive job. The Department of Transportation (DOT) has specific requirements for drivers and how they should document their shipments. In this course you will learn what shipping papers are and how to fill them out correctly according to DOT and Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR). We will also review special circumstances that impact the shipping papers used.

HIPAA for Health Care Providers

This course provides information about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). This course explains the HIPAA regulations pertaining to the privacy and security of healthcare information. This course was designed for use by any individual or organization involved in the direct or indirect medical treatment of patients.


This course provides information about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). This course explains the HIPAA regulations pertaining to the privacy and security of healthcare information. This course was designed for use by any individual or organization involved in the direct or indirect medical treatment of patients.

HRM – Recruitment & Selection: Introducing An Effective Organizational Recruitment Process

Recruitment and selection is an important function of every human resource department. This course discusses the importance of recruitment, the selection process, interview types, and psychometric testing. Techniques for measuring the recruitment process are also introduced.

Human Resource Management: Maximizing Your Best Resources

The Human Resources Management (HRM) function includes a variety of activities. This course discusses such key H.R. activities as deciding what staffing needs you have and whether to use independent contractors or hire employees to fill these needs, recruiting and training the best employees, ensuring they are high performers, dealing with performance issues, and ensuring your personnel are properly trained to perform their job functions.

Industrial Ergonomics: Avoiding Workplace Injuries

The causes of ergonomic injuries can often be subtle. Each job is slightly different, using different materials and tools. And for these reasons, every job makes a distinct set of demands on the human body. This course examines these demands, exploring the work area (as well as the equipment and tools employees use), and provides practical techniques to help ensure that each employee performs their job the most effective and safe way possible for their own physical make-up.

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Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property is designed for all employees within an organization. It provides an understanding of the various types of Intellectual Property a company values and the steps they can take to safeguard their company's proprietary information.

Innovation: Product, Process, Positioning & Paradigm

Innovation is easily described as problem-solving. The goal of this session is to recognize and apply different kinds of problem-solving or innovation methods.

Interpersonal Skills: The Skills of Change

Perhaps it would not be the first thing that would come to your mind when thinking of star performing, but interpersonal skills are critical when you want to be exactly that! This course shows why it is so essential to have excellent interpersonal skills. It also reviews different behavioral styles, techniques, and obstacles you might face in communicating with others. After completing this course, you will have the tools to develop excellent interpersonal skills and become that star performer!

Interviewing Skills

An interview is a meeting during which an individual is asked to provide and exchange information that will be used for a particular purpose within an organization. This course discusses the main types of interviews used within organizations, including recruitment, performance appraisal, counseling, and grievance/discipline.

Job Analysis: Human Resource Management

It is essential to understand the advantages and disadvantages of job analysis methods before undertaking such a large task. It is also imperative to learn how to ascertain whether your organization is ready for job analysis. This course is for human resource professionals and discusses the four main job analysis methods: Job Analysis Interviews, Observation, Critical Incident Technique, and Position Analysis Questionnaire.

Job Design: Human Resource Management

Job design is the process organizations go through to define and structure jobs. Each of the major approaches to job design offers a mixture of advantages and disadvantages. This course discusses job design approaches and alternative work schedules.

Leadership: An Introduction to Leadership

Leadership is different from management; leadership is about vision. This course discusses different leadership styles that can vary depending upon the situation, team, and leader. Also, you will learn how to use the skills, processes, and techniques to improve the quality of leadership.

Leadership & Delegation Skills: How To Successfully Delegate To Others

Delegation is an essential skill for managers to learn. Delegation is when one transfers the responsibility for carrying out a particular task while at the same time providing the necessary authority to achieve that task. This course discusses the relationship between leadership and delegation and will provide you with the tools needed to learn how to delegate effectively.

Leadership & Influence: How to Influence Others

This course discusses the relationship between leadership and influence and the four main approaches to leadership.

Managing Groups & Teams: Increasing Team Effectiveness

The challenges of managing groups and teams can be very different from those related to managing individuals. This course explores the stages of group development along with how groups delegate and assign work tasks among members. Learners also review strategies that can be used to increase team effectiveness.

Marketing Essentials Research, & Trends

Marketing is not just an important focus of a single department; rather, it should be understood by the entire organization. This course reviews general marketing concepts, and the 4 Ps. Learners will develop specific strategies for gathering information from their customers and learn how to forecast future trends.

Microsoft® Office Word Training: Basics

This course reviews the Office Ribbon, everyday commands, and file format for Word.

Microsoft® Office Access 2007 Training: Basics

Learn how to download a database from the Getting Started with Microsoft Office Access page. Find out about creating database objects by using the Ribbon. Learn about saving and sharing your data in appropriate formats.

Microsoft® Office Excel® Training

In this course, learners will get a handle on the new look of Excel. Find everyday commands on the Ribbon: Cut, Copy, Paste, Insert Sheet Rows, Insert Sheet Columns, and Sum. Save workbooks in the new Excel file formats.

Microsoft® Office Outlook® Training

In this course you will learn how to use everyday commands and send and receive attachments and pictures.

Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® Training

In this lesson, you will learn how to create and save a simple presentation in PowerPoint.


Microsoft® Office Training Keyboard Shortcuts

This course examines new ways to use the keyboard. Navigating the Ribbon with access keys and completing commands by using key combinations.


Microsoft® Office Word Training: Basics

Learn to work with the Ribbon, find the everyday, common commands you need to do your job, and use the new Word file format in the way that’s best for you.

Money Management

This course reviews financial concepts important to everyone, including managing debt and savings, choosing loans and cards, purchasing cars and homes, and repairing credit.

Motivation in the Workplace

Most people understand the benefits of motivation, while few understand what it is and how to motivate individuals effectively. This course reviews popular motivational theories and implications for managers.

Negotiation Skills: Successful Negotiations Made Easy

This course covers negotiation skills and conflict resolution.

Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior is the study and application of how employees behave within organizations. This course introduces several popular models of organizational behavior.

Organizational Issues: The Issues That Drive Your Organization

This course discusses key issues that shape the organization. In addition, best practices for strategic management are introduced along with the application of various types of communication that can help implement organizational change.

Personal Productivity: Organizing Yourself

Ownership of Personal Productivity lies primarily with the individual. The team and the organization have a responsibility to ensure that the relevant resources are in place to allow people to be productive. The problem faced in the workplace is not coming up with ideas or setting objectives - but in being able to convert plans into results. By looking at personal productivity in terms of utilizing a critical resource, the conversion of plans into reality is enhanced.

PPE Training: Occupational Health & Safety

This eLearning course will help employees to understand the roles played by Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in working safely around hazardous materials.

Preventing Sexual Harassment AB 1825 Compliant

Sexual harassment is unlawful behavior. This course was developed to build awareness and provide steps for identifying, reporting and preventing the problem.

Principles of Finance: An Introduction for Employees

Finance is the art of raising, managing, and making money in business. It's not a synonym for accounting, nor is it interchangeable with banking. This course explores the definition of finance, record keeping terminology, GAAP, the balance sheet, and credits and debits.

Project Management

Project management helps organizations keep competitive in an era of constant change. This course reviews project management processes, project and team cycles, and evaluation and improvement techniques. The goal is to orientate both staff and managers to the functions and tools needed for successful project management.

Public Speaking: Communicating to Large Groups

In this course, you will explore the use of language and organizing thoughts to convey messages to large audiences, techniques to control anxiety, and persuasion methods.

Quality Management: How to Introduce Quality Systems

Having an active Quality Management System in your organization can lead to reduced operating costs, improved company reputation, and customer satisfaction. This course discusses the importance of quality management and the key components of a quality management system.

Resilience in Action 

This course explores five secrets to taming life's roller coaster and building resilience in people and organizations.

Sarbanes Oxley: Section 404

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) created new responsibilities on organizations and, at the same time, encourages employees to report possible illegal accounting and financial reporting activity through the use of anonymous hotlines and anti-retaliation measures. This course examines the provisions of SOX under Section 404.

Selling Professional Services: How Sales Is Everyone’s Responsibility

This course introduces effective techniques for selling professional services. It will teach you how to overcome the main obstacles that can block sales and provide a range of sales techniques from preparing a proposal through to closing the sale. Using these techniques consistently will lead to increased sales and better customer relationships.

Social Networking for the Professional: Driving Traffic to Your Web Sites!

This course provides you with the foundation needed to make social networking work for you. You will be guided through creating a professional profile at Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

SEO Basics

This course provides you with the foundation needed to make Search Engine Optimization drive traffic to your new and existing websites.

Serving Our Customers: Understanding Business

The objective of this course is to help you understand your business better.

Slips, Trips, and Falls Prevention: Workplace Safety

Slips, trips, and falls are a significant source of injury in the workplace. This safety course explains how you can minimize and eliminate slip, trip, and fall hazards in the workplace. Course topics include: OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks, and how personal behavior affects safety.

Strategic Decision Making: Making Successful Decisions

Effective decision making is critical as it can potentially impact at all organizational levels. This course reviews the decision-making process, factors that influence decision making, and several decision-making techniques. As a decision-maker, you might face uncertainties, risks, and barriers. However, as long as you follow an effective decision-making process, you can feel confident that you are walking down the right path!

Strategic Management: Introduction to Strategy

Strategy relates to everything you do. This course introduces the Five-Step Model of Strategic Management and covers the following: How to Develop a Vision & Mission, Setting Objectives, Creating Strategy to Achieve Objectives, Implementation & Execution, and Evaluation.

Strategic Measurement & Management

The main emphasis in this course is to design and implement a Strategic Management and Measurement system that will allow managers to see how effectively a strategic initiative influences the performance of the organization.

Strategy Development

This course reviews the development of a SWOTT analysis and how it can be used to develop, plan, and execute strategies.

Strategy, Culture & Leadership: How to Transform Your Organization

This course examines the importance of culture in an organization, and the role of culture in the achievement of strategic objectives.

Stress Management: Managing Stress in The Workplace

This course will help you understand the workplace and its impact on employee absenteeism. The organization’s influence on stress will also be discussed.

Substance Abuse Awareness

This course discusses substance abuse awareness. This course reminds employees that they can make a difference! It discusses the major effects that drugs and alcohol can have on someone, both at home and at work. It also reviews what employees can do to help combat substance abuse in their workplaces.

Team Dynamics: Group Development

Never before has teamwork been as important as it is today. Team dynamics focuses on stages of group development, communication, technology, conflict, and decision making. The course is designed to help individuals acknowledge and reduce barriers to success.

Technical Report Writing

Effective technical report writing skills drive all successful organizations. In this study guide, you will learn key technical report writing skills that you can adopt in your organization to deliver professional results on a consistent basis.

Telephone Sales Techniques: The Art Of Selling Over The Phone

This course introduces the process behind successful telephone sales and introduces effective sales techniques that can help you achieve real results.

The Excellent Organization: Achieving Excellence

Excellence is defined as an outstanding practice in managing the organization and achieving results, based on the following fundamental concepts: Results Orientation, Customer Focus, Leadership & Constancy of Purpose, Management by Processes & Facts, People Development and Involvement, Continuous Learning, Innovation & Improvement, Partnership Development, and Public Responsibility

The New Manager: How To Be A Successful Manager

Perhaps one of the most exciting and challenging changes that come with moving into a management role is the need to take a more strategic view of work. You need to develop a greater awareness of how your own work, and the work of those in your department, fits with the strategic vision of the company. You will also need to have a greater understanding of the impact that the output of your department can have on other parts of the organization.

The Work Organization: Understanding Where We Work

Understanding your organization's internal and external environments is essential to success. This course introduces the topics of a competitive environment, the five forces of competition, and discusses how competitive advantage influences organizations.

Time Management: How to Manage Your Time Effectively

Effective time management skills drive all successful organizations. In this eLearning course, you will learn key time management skills that you can adopt in your organization to deliver endless results.

Training Needs Analysis

Training is of vital importance to any organization. This course discusses the relationship between training needs and the organization and provides useful tools for performing a training needs analysis.


In this course you will learn about the key elements involved in the field of training and development.

Virtual Teams: Working Without Borders

Although virtual teams are formed for the same reasons and encounter many of the same obstacles as traditional teams, the geographical distances between members create unique challenges that must be overcome for team success. This course explores the effectiveness, success factors, and communication techniques that enhance virtual teams in the workplace.

Workplace Violence: Safety in the Workplace

This safety course covers the causes and types of workplace violence. Employees will review various types of workplace violence and the techniques that can be used to prevent workplace violence, according to OSHA.

Writing Business Reports

This course focuses on the development of formal reports in the business environment.

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