November News and Notes

We hope you have a great day with friends and family and have time to reflect on all of the things you’re thankful for in your life. And no, we won’t judge if turkey and stuffing are on your thankful list!

AXIOM has a lot to be thankful for and you, our clients, consultants and friends are included! We love our team here in Westborough, we are thankful for the consultants we work with all over the world, and appreciate the people we work with and meet on a daily basis through the learning events and shows we attend and sponsor.

We know that without all of you in our lives, we wouldn’t have nearly as much to be thankful for!

Besides getting ready for the holiday season and remembering to give thanks, here are a few other things that we’ve been up to:

  • One of our favorite conferences, the ATD New England Area Conference has released their 2019 dates! Mark your calendars for March 28 and 29, 2019! We’ll be back at the Needham Sheraton and hope to see you all there. Register now, and we’ll keep you informed as speakers and sessions are announced. Right now, volunteers are needed!
  • We have a full schedule of open classes for the rest of the year into January 2019. Take a class on any of the MS Office applications at any level. These virtual classes are 90 minutes and taught by a live instructor so you’re free to ask questions and get the most of your session. Register now before the holidays fly by!
  • We added some new info to our website, specifically on our Custom Learning Solutions. Read on our blog why a custom solution might be best for your learning program.
  • We always have opens jobs and we love to connect with new people! Right now we are looking for a local Instructional Designer for a long term contract position.  Contact us if you fit the bill! We have plenty of other positions open, too, so drop us an email or check our our jobs listed on our website or LinkedIn.

We’re looking forward to a long weekend and a healthy and happy start to the holiday season. All the best to you and yours!

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