Volume 4 - Issue 2
Summer 2010

 
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Health and Safety for Managers

The Health and Safety for Managers and Supervisors online program (Canadian version) has been extremely successful. Vubiz has now launched a U.S. version developed by CCOHS. The objective is a workplace free from the risk of injury and illness.

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Mobile eLearning

Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc. (KMSI) a leader in Web-Based Training and eLearning Technologies announces KMx Mobile. KMx Mobile provides eLearning, Performance Management and Collaboration Tools for iPhone, Android, Microsoft, Blackberry and other mobile devices.

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Fatburger

Founded in Los Angeles, California in 1952, Fatburger is a quick casual restaurant chain with almost 100 locations. Fatburger’s slogan is The Last Great Hamburger Stand and while a fast food restaurant, the food is cooked and made to order. Most locations are in the United States with recent expansion into Canada, Dubai, Hong Kong and Indonesia.

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NEW Online Version of the Certified Government Contractor Program

The National Association of Government Contractors (NAGC) is a new Vubiz partner and together we’ve launched a valuable new online version of their Certified Government Contractor program.  The Complete Guide to Government Contracting eLearning program was developed to give you the information you need to succeed as a government contractor and will prepare you to write the Certified Government Contractor Program exam.

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eLearning made easy at NFIB

The National Federation of Independent Business now offers eLearning to their members with Vubiz.

NFIB members can access programs that range from compliance training, customer service, sales and marketing, personal or management skills and much more.

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Revisiting some of my favorite Google work tools: CSE

By Janet Clarey

Sometimes I forget that people don’t know about potential learning/work tools that may have been around for several years. Such is the case with Google Custom Search (which has been around now for more than four years).

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