Bearings" iKNOW E-Learning Library Available June 30, 2008

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ITC Learning http://www.ITCLearning.com announced today the latest courseware additions to its ever-increasing iKNOW E-Learning Libraries of on-line instruction.

ITC Learning http://www.ITCLearning.com announced today the latest courseware additions to its ever-increasing iKNOW E-Learning Libraries of on-line instruction. You can view these courses and others at http://www.ITCLearning.com/1010_OnlineCourses.html. The "Bearings: Reducing Failure Rate" Learning Library will include three new Lessons: "Introduction to Bearings," "Analyzing Bearing Failure," and "Maintaining Bearings." All three courses are scheduled to be released on June 30, 2008.

With the addition of the "Bearings" Library, there are now one hundred and twenty-four iKNOW courses in Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Training in addition to the two hundred EHS on-line courses and more than fifty IT courses available through the http://www.iknowitc.com Learning Portal.

The iKNOW E-Learning model is ITC Learning's answer to the growing needs of America's manufacturing and process industries challenged with increasing the skills of their workforce in order to stay competitive. iKNOW is accessible 24/7 through either web access or within a company's own networking environment.

For thirty-one years, ITC Learning has developed and marketed workplace training for the business, education and government industries and is headquartered in McLean, Virginia. The company now has over six thousand organizations and more than one million users worldwide using ITC Learning's iKNOW E-Learning and Activ® CD-ROM, DVD and videotape solutions to improve employee productivity and skills. ITC Learning is recognized for its excellence in quality and support. ITC offers the world's largest libraries of interactive multimedia programs for industrial skills training available today. Their library offers over three thousand hours of training in Mechanical Maintenance; Electrical Maintenance; Instrumentation; Microsoft Office 2007, XP, 2003; Environmental, Health and Safety; Office Security and Basic Skills (Reading/Writing and Applied Industrial Mathematics).

About ITC Learning
ITC Learning's on-line training products have been developed and selected with the industrial plant worker and environment in mind. All of our courses have undergone SME review for content accuracy, and have been designed instructionally to meet the needs of the industrial adult learner. Learners will find ITC Learning's on-line courses to be instructionally sound, engaging, easy to use and most important - relevant to their jobs. Courses have been developed to minimize bandwith requirements, reduce security concerns and meet SCORM training compliance standards.

For information on the courses ITC Learning offers please click on the following links:

http://www.itclearning.com/1010_IndustrialOnline.html

http://www.itclearning.com/1010_OnlinePCSkills.html

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