Construction Online Learning Site TurnerUniversity.com Redesigned to be More User Friendly and Informative

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Construction online learning website TurnerUniversity.com was redesigned to be more user friendly and informative. Added features include a catalog that allows customers to quickly browse available courses.

– Turner Construction Company’s Turner Knowledge Network (TKN) announced today that its public construction online learning website TurnerUniversity.com was redesigned to be more user friendly and informative. Added features include a catalog that allows customers to quickly browse available courses. The site also provides news and information, special promotions, and the ability to subscribe to the Turner University RSS (Really Simple Syndication) daily news feed and Turner University Course News e-newsletter.

Turner University currently offers 32 web-based construction, business skills, finance and technology courses, some of which are free.

“Our goals for Turner University extend well into the future to become the ‘go to’ place for construction learning in the United States,” said James Mitnick, senior vice president of Turner Construction Company and sponsor of TKN. “We will continue to work cooperatively with our business partners to shape TKN’s evolution as the number one online resource in the construction industry.”

Plans to expand the course offering to include over 130 web-based general business skills courses and technology courses are in the works for next month.

About Turner University

Turner Construction Company began development of its corporate knowledge network Turner Knowledge Network (TKN) in mid-1999 and launched Turner University online learning website to staff and to business partners in 2002. In 2003, Turner University was made available to the public. Currently Turner University has 31 web-based courses, plus an OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) 30 Hour course that is part web-based (24 hours) and part instructor-led class and exam (8 hours). Upon completion, participants obtain an OSHA 30 Hour card. For more information, visit http://www.turneruniversity.com

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