Learning Seat recently had the pleasure of hosting two breakfast events in partnership with ATOMIC Training. The events, called ‘Essential technical skills in the workplace’, took place in Melbourne and Sydney. Both events were a big success, with attendees from organisations across government, health, consulting services, and finance.
The events kicked off with a presentation from Georgia Edge, who manages Learning Seat’s growing course library. Georgia spoke about the existing categories in the course library and also outlined the future plans to expand the product offering.
Nathan Koering, Global Channel Director at Atomic Learning, Inc. and Atomic Training, was in Australia for the occasion and presented on the topic of ‘Essential technical skills in the workplace’. ATOMIC Training is Learning Seat’s content partner in the IT and computing skills category, and provides courses that cover training in Microsoft Office and Microsoft operating systems.
Nathan’s presentation was described as very engaging, useful and educational. He explained how ATOMIC Training partners with Learning Seat to offer an exceptional learning experience to organisations that want to provide point of need or blended learning as part of their L&D strategy.
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