Welcome to spring! From what we hear, it will be summer in just a few days…Nothing like New England weather!
AXIOM has been busy as usual, connecting with clients, attending shows, blogging about learning topics and getting ready for a packed spring!
First… have you noticed something new around here? Our updated website! We did a recent update and it looks great! Same great features: our services, blog, events, and contract job opportunities, but a fresh new look! Let us know what you think!
We’ve added some great content to our blog, too. And love the new layout! Here are a couple highlights:
- Content Curation: An Ongoing Process – Read about how managing content is an essential duty of a learning manager
- Goodbye Adobe Flash – If you use Adobe Flash in your eLearnings or any other learning content, you may be left unsupported very soon! Read about an HTML5 update that can keep your content current
- Lesson 7 from our CPTM Class – Identifying Needs – More from our highly recommended CMPT class. Learn about how properly identifying your learning needs keep you on track to meet your business goals
Did you happen to attend the ATD New England Area Conference at the end of March? I know this is a March event, but its worth mentioning in our April blog because we spent a lot of time in April connecting with people we met and recapping what a fun time it was! Read up on our blog and contact us if you missed us!
As usual, each month we highlight a few jobs that are available, and right now we’re actively searching for Agile Trainers. Check is out on LinkedIn and on our Job Opportunities section of our About page on our new website. Contact us if you fit the bill, or send a friend our way! We love referrals!
Are you looking to increase your own skills? We always have 90 minute classes on any MS Office subjects. Calendars are up for May, June and July!
As you can see, we’re always busy here! But it’s been a great month and we look forward to seeing what May brings us.
-Have a thought on our blog post? Please comment below, we love to start new discussions!