Our goal is to help you provide more and better learning
experiences to your developers, without increasing your budget. One way we do
this is through our Learning Credits program. Think of Learning Credits as a
prepaid learning program – by purchasing the credits in advance, you save time
and money while ensuring your team will get the learning opportunities they
need to be successful.
Learning Credits save you time, by allowing you to pre-purchase
future courses for your team. One proposal, one transaction – no need to repeat
the process for each course; we simply work with you to schedule and prepare
courses as your team needs them. Plus, by consolidating your team’s learning
opportunities with DevelopIntelligence, your time spent on administration tasks
related to finding and setting up training opportunities is reduced
significantly – we do most of the work for you.
By pre-purchasing Learning Credits, you can save up to
30%, giving your team more learning opportunities and helping you manage your
training dollars more efficiently. Do you have money left in your 2014 training
budget? Learning Credits allow you to make sure that money is allocated toward
learning opportunities, preserving your budget for 2015, while providing
flexibility in scheduling those opportunities for a time that is convenient for
Same Great Benefits
We provide the same great benefits of learning with
DevelopIntelligence: customized courses at no extra charge, one-year Safari
Books Online subscription for each student, and a satisfaction guarantee.
Don’t let your training
dollars go to waste. Contact me today to discuss our Learning Credits program,
and see how we can help you attract, retain, and grow your technical talent –
without increasing your budget. I am available via phone, at (877) 629-5631, or email.
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