NATO to employ Learning Tree training programs

International agency will employ on-site and online training

The NATO Communication and Information Systems Service Agency (NCSA) has chosen Learning Tree International for project management, certification, technical, management and business skills training for NATO staff throughout Europe. Learning Tree will provide commercial training services to about 1,000 delegates each year at NATO and NCSA bases in Europe, delivered through a combination of on-site courses and Learning Tree AnyWare, the company’s instructor-led online course program.

NATO employees will be able to connect over AnyWare to an actual NATO or Learning Tree classroom where they’ll engage in a live, instructor-led course, Learning Tree representatives said. AnyWare allows NATO employees to access the course from wherever they are stationed, receiving the same training as their in-class colleagues. NATO staff members at far-flung bases can fully interact with their instructor, classmates and complete all of the course’s exercises over AnyWare, the company said.

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Trudy Walsh is a senior writer for GCN.


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