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Video Arts extends self-study courses library
Video Arts has announced that it has extended its offering of interactive self-study courses, taking the number of available courses up to 54.
The new courses include 'Assert yourself, learning to be assertive', 'Pass it on: coaching skills for managers' and 'The art of selling'.
Video Arts says each two hour course contains a pre-test to establish the users current knowledge levels and then to suggest modules where users can brush up their skills.
Martin Addison, managing director at Video Arts, commented, "We developed the interactive self-study courses as a response to the reduction in both time and budget many businesses now face when considering their training needs.
"It is also important to emphasise that organisations can use these courses to aid and support classroom training and deliver 'just in time' learning, that helps to enhance the message before the course takes place and long after it¹s over.
"Interactive courses engage users in a way that passive learning simply cannot, in a low risk environment. They also offer organisations an effective way of monitoring and evaluating a learner's progress".
For more information, visit: www.videoarts.com/interactivescourses
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