Following the success of the 360training.com industry round table at the 2015 NACS conference, the company is bringing together thought leaders from the convenience store and training industries to continue the discussion on the state of the industry. Part one of this three-part series will take place on Friday, November 20th, from 10:30-11:30a CST.
The expert panel of speakers will include representatives from Convenience Store News, Linux Foundation, IBM, Hub City Convenience Stores, the eLearning Guild, and a special guest from a leading national convenience store chain.
“I am looking forward to leading this valuable discussion on training and the importance of keeping ahead of industry trends and challenges,” said Allyson Jacobsen, Moderator and VP of Marketing with 360training.com.
The panel will discuss growing trends expected to affect the convenience industry in the coming year and how eLearning can support these changes to drive better business results. They will evaluate typical obstacles in regards to training and compliance as convenience stores expand their offerings into areas like fresh and prepared foods. Panelists will also explore the top five areas that would contribute to ROI if a training program were implemented. Finally, the participants will discuss how the security of students, course work, and certification data is currently being handled and the challenges the industry may face in the future as public APIs and mobile education/certification expands in the marketplace.
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360training.com is a leading online and classroom-delivered eLearning marketplace. We deliver best in class training content for workforce compliance, continuing education, professional development, and career certification, as well as learning and content management software. Since 1999, our course libraries have grown to include more than 15 industries and 6,000 individual titles. Joining the list of over 3 million learners who have chosen 360training.com to meet their training needs are businesses, training providers, associations, colleges, universities, and subject matter experts.