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Bedrock Learning Partners with BlueVolt to Offer a Full Range of Online Training Solutions for Businesses and Budgets of Any Size

Bedrock Learning, the preferred connected home and light commercial training provider, has announced a partnership with BlueVolt, a leading provider of online Learning Management Systems (LMS) for the manufacturing, construction and service industries, to provide a complete assortment of online training resources to individuals and businesses within the custom installation industry.

 

Thanks to this partnership between two of the recognized authorities in industry-specific training, members of the custom installation channel now have an abundance of resources—no matter what their training needs may be.  Together, Bedrock Learning and BlueVolt can help individuals and businesses with a number of initiatives including:

 

  • Increasing their reach with best-in-class training;
  • Launching a customized, branded online training university;
  • Converting live training content into cost-effective, easy-to-use online training courses;
  • Updating LMS to the latest technology platforms and developing rewards programs.

 

“In today’s economic climate, many companies have been forced to limit budgets to remain profitable and one area that has seen universal cutbacks has been training,” said Helen Heneveld, president of Bedrock Learning. “In a time when dealers and individuals are seeking assistance in maintaining their business, training should instead be a major focus. We understand the challenge companies and individuals are facing in trying to fill that void, which is why we are thrilled to partner with BlueVolt to provide, maintain and enhance online training offerings and services for businesses of any size.”

 

“Whether it’s one of the largest manufacturers in the industry looking to develop a robust online training platform or a small start-up seeking resources for basic product training, BlueVolt and Bedrock Learning have the industry’s training needs covered,” said Sharon Dunigan, national account manager at BlueVolt.

 

Bedrock Learning and BlueVolt will provide attendees to their joint booth (#3500) at CEDIA Expo 2012, held Sept. 6-8 in Indianapolis, Ind., with an exclusive opportunity to learn more about how this partnership can benefit their business.

 

For more information on Bedrock Learning and BlueVolt, visit http://www.bedrocklearning.com and http://www.bluevolt.com, respectively.

 

About Bedrock Learning

Bedrock Learning solves your training needs with online curriculum for the connected technologies industry. Developed by industry experts, courses deliver the principles of technology systems. Educational institutions use Bedrock Learning training to prepare students for 21st century careers. Current installers, salespeople, customer support personnel and other professionals learn, while quizzes/final tests provide knowledge verification. For over 20 years, companies have come to rely on Bedrock Learning because of student success and their ability to help drive business performance.

 

About BlueVolt

Portland, Oregon-based BlueVolt is the leading provider of online Learning Management Systems (LMS) for the manufacturing, construction and service industries. BlueVolt’s LMS for the extended enterprise delivers easy-to-use training across an entire company and its suppliers, sales channel, associations and customers. The LMS delivers affordable training, verifies knowledge and reports results all in one place. BlueVolt’s unique approach to online training encourages learning with its proven reward program that is valuable to those offering and participating in learning. As of July 2012, BlueVolt has delivered over 1,360,000 courses to over 223,000 registered users. BlueVolt has won a Gold Excellence in Technology award from Brandon Hall, a Learning Leader award from Bersin & Associates for Vendor Innovation in Learning and Talent Management and also was named to theTrainingIndustry.com Learning Portal Companies Watch List for its innovative approach to learning.