Sometime in 2005, we got cookin’ to brew up self-paced on-line Asset Based Lending Training Seminar Courses and it took a short seven (7) years until November 2012 to launch the catalog of 14 courses. Not a cheap or easy business to build and maintain and we talked about that journey in the first BLOG on this site.
Since 2012 we used student feedback and got the rework done in batches such as retake workflows for quizzes and other feedback to students. We have National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) approval for CPE credits too. Our corporate-wide plans also expanded to offer both our standard Courses and Customized Courses to train entire departments and have a supervisor track the progress. Overall, we did A+ work on Generation 1 and 1.1 of the ABLTrain products. But now, it is time for 2.0 to take over.
Time and technology are always new and in the past few years we have seen the slow death of the Adobe Flash technology, now replaced with what is known as HTML5. While HTML5 runs on all devices (phones, tablets, PC, MAC), that meant reworking almost 130 lessons and over 500 pre-quizz assessments and other Flash items that can’t convert to HTML5. Our learning management system also changed and we’ve moved along with the newest technology for secure and speedy delivery of the Courses. All good stuff to evolve into.
Starting this week, www.ABLTrain.com (a product of Clear Choice Seminars, Inc.) is updated to HTML5, hosted on a state-of-the-art learning management system and ready to deliver ABL Training Seminar Courses for the best ABL learning experiences in the business. The web-based delivery is all scalable to your device screen size and devices (phones, tablets, PC, MAC) and we’re NASBA Quality Assurance Service certified to promote higher standards of delivery. We’ll be expanding our offerings in 2018 and 2019. Enhancing the best choice for individual or departmental training and new again!
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