The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), founded in 1997, is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States.
The concept of immersion was developed from two perspectives – the process of effective delivery of learning, and the application of that learning in the work context. Myca:learning accomplishes both.
A stronger supply chain equals more productivity and higher levels of performance for everyone. For a limited time myca:learning is granting access to Supplier Diversity Advantage eLearning program at no cost.
On line and engaging, the course was different with a more upfront approach. It touched the real issues and gives you a better understanding of the topic.
The course was informative, with clear and concise information, representing real life issues that I can apply to specific actions in the workplace.
What I liked most about the training was that I learned a lot of useful information that I can use in the office, not just with my co-workers but also outside the office.
The courses confront the difficult issues head-on. Used a very accessible format to raise difficult and complex topics, the course was successful in creating a "non threatening" training environment.
The training was very informative and presented in a manner that kept me alert and interested. I liked the technology that was used to keep the material interesting, and the approach made the information accessible to me and I hope to others. It was an “eye opener”.
I liked that the course was interactive, interesting and relevant. Very applicable to real-life situations and kept me thinking about my own behaviors. The course was set up well, easy to use and professionally done.
The manner in which the material was delivered was well planned and produced, with each session providing new ideas and reinforcing those from the previous session.