International Sign Association Lowers Registration Fees for Full Slate Of Sign-Specific Online Training Alexandria, VA - June 19, 2008
The International Sign Association (ISA) announced today it has lowered the registration fee for its comprehensive line of Internet-based webinars. Beginning in June, the cost to participate in any of the broad slate of online training programs is just $29 for ISA members and $39 for nonmembers (down from $129 and $199, respectively).
“The importance of having well-trained employees remains critical to the success of any organization, and is even more important in a slow economy,” said ISA’s Educational and Technical Initiatives Vice President Rich Gottwald. “By reducing the price to participate in our webinars, we hope to allow more of our members, as well as nonmembers from throughout the industry, to tap into the power and rewards of Internet-based training for a fraction of the traditional cost.”
ISA’s information-packed, interactive webinars offer participants a low-cost, high-value learning opportunity on a wide array of relevant, sign and small business specific subjects. Anywhere participants have an Internet connection and a phone, they can get practical training from leading subject matter experts and network with their industry peers in a virtual environment.
Webinars take place in real time via the Internet and telephone. These online sessions – either 60 or 90 minutes – offer many interactive and collaborative features, while saving participants the time and money it takes to travel away from the office while taking advantage of educational opportunities. Multiple participants can gather around a single computer screen to participate concurrently, and for one low price. Upcoming topics include:
Internet Marketing: Making it Work for Your Business
New Business Owners: Top Ten Things You Want to Know
Lean Management Overview
Human Resources: Hiring the Right Person
Government Relations: Model Sign Codes
Government Relations: Legal Rights of Signs
For a complete schedule of webinars or to register to participate, visit the ISA website at www.signs.org or contact [email protected]