Online Computer Training Video Courses For Employees
K Alliance provides organizations of all sizes with a better way to train employees: online computer training courses. We offer digital learning libraries filled with instructor-led, video-based courses covering business soft skills, computer training, IT topics, and IT certifications. Whether you're interested in individual courses or unlimited access to our enterprise learning library, K Alliance offers flexible e-learning for employees. Our courses allow trainees to work and learn at their own pace without sacrificing the quality of instructor-led lessons. Comprehensive coverage of course topics coupled with onscreen demonstrations and rich multimedia content work together to deliver an engaging learning environment. We understand the importance of a well-trained workforce and recognize the challenges involved in delivering training in today's fast-paced climate. Our solutions allow you to deliver the training your team needs with minimal disruption to day-to-day operations.
Why Online Training Matters
Broadband Internet access is now the norm at organizations of all sizes. Its speed and video delivery capacities make online training an attractive alternative to live classes. Instead of sending employees offsite at significant expense, you can now deliver online computer training videos directly to their desktops. Not only is online training immediate, hassle-free, and far more affordable than live training options, it is highly engaging and flexible. Because of its self-directed nature, trainees can focus on the subjects that they need to work on the most. For example, your employees that need Microsoft training can watch Microsoft e-learning videos while those who need to focus on QuickBooks or Oracle can choose courses covering those topics. Since the courses are always just a click away, employees can learn new skills virtually anytime, anywhere.
From computer basics, Windows, and Macintosh to Microsoft Office, Adobe, QuickBooks, Corel, and Google Apps for Business, today's workers interact with a wide range of desktop applications. It's often hard to keep up as new editions are released. K Alliance solves that by offering computer software training online. Simply select courses that match the software your employees need to learn and help your team acquire new and improved desktop software skills. For example, if you've recently upgraded to the latest edition of Microsoft Office, have your team participate in Microsoft Office training online. Watching instructor-led demonstrations and tutorials and participating in course activities allows trainees to see the software in action and experience it right on their own computer screens. Engaging and interactive, K Alliance's online desktop learning solutions bring the material to life and allow for self-paced learning.
IT and Certification LearningMake sure your IT department has the latest skills by providing online IT training from K Alliance. Our catalog is loaded with specialized IT topics such as security, networking, cloud computing, and virtualization as well as IT certification training courses for the most sought after certifications from the likes of CompTIA, Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, and Red Hat. We offer courses for all skill levels, allowing you to provide both fundamental and advanced training as needed. Whether your entire technical team needs Microsoft Windows 8 training in anticipation of a pending upgrade or a new hire needs to get up to speed with the technologies your organization uses, K Alliance can help with flexible, online IT training courses delivered on demand.
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