Live classroom training is often too expensive especially when you include travel costs. Additionally, there is no ongoing support available once the class is over. And of course, self-paced learning leaves out a critical success factor, which is the interaction between a teacher and student.
McKinney, TX (PRWEB) July 21, 2006
Conrad Feagin started his company with a mission: Find an affordable way to deliver top computer training to people who were left confused by software manuals and suffering sticker shock from the high cost of classroom training. In the company's newest release, "Introduction to ActionScript 2.0", LearnFlash.com combines the best of all training methods. Video on demand, live mentor help, and interactive webinar training work together to teach students how to master the techniques of Macromedia Flash's Asctionscript 2.0.
"I have surveyed the market and found a gap that has given my company a unique entry into the market," Feagin Said. "Software training usually takes one of two approaches: The first is live classroom training and the second is self-paced learning through written manuals or computer based training.
"Live classroom training is often too expensive especially when you include travel costs. Additionally, there is no ongoing support available once the class is over. And of course, self-paced learning leaves out a critical success factor, which is the interaction between a teacher and student."
"What makes us unique," Feagin continues, "is that we have combined the best elements of each training approach with our one of a kind, video training and mentor program. Clients receive the benefits of on-demand training by being able to learn at their own pace while having the ability to interact with a live mentor over a period of several months."
"LearnFlash.com's new "Introduction to Actionscript 2.0" video series is a comprehensive overview of major introductory level topics," said Craig Campbell, the instructor in the video . "From a development point of view, we wanted to give our students a strong foothold on the ActionScript language so that they would be better prepared to take that knowledge and expand it on their own. We even included pop-quiz exercises that encourage the students to take their knowledge and apply it on a practical level."
To preview a segment of the new ActionScript video series entitled "Adding Actions to Symbols and Frames", please visit the following link:
LearnFlash.com's training videos have already helped people achieve amazing results. Julia Dymtchenk, a client who purchased one of the company's videos said, "your video training on 'Cold fusion' helped me to pass a job interview and it is already speaks for itself. I just want to mention that I have never worked with ColdFusion before."
A Flash client, Christine Seng said, "I thought learning flash was going to be a daunting process but I purchased the Building a Website in a Flash and watched it in two days. Then I spent the next two days building my own website! People love it!"
The ActionScript 2.0 Complete Training Package will go on sale Friday, July 21st. For more information on this new release, please visit the company's website at
LearnFlash.com is part of the Technicallead.com family of products which delievers video training at WatchandLearnPhotoshop.com, LearnWebDevelopment.com, WatchAndLearnJava.com, LearnOffice2003.com, and SQLServerTutorials.com. For more information, please visit the website or call (866)894-0705.