First Annual Mi-Training Partners Summit Held in San Francisco - IT Training Experts Convene to Discuss Tech Trends, New Solutions for Businesses

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Microsoft Certified Learning Solution Partners (MCLSPs) from around the country came together for the first annual Mi-Training Partners Summit. Members of Mi-Training Partners—a nationwide consortium of independently owned and operated MCLSPs—met to discuss the state of the IT education industry and how to best provide businesses with effective and affordable training solutions.

“Members of Mi-Training Partners have taken incredible strides toward quality assurance as they offer their customers access to the nation’s best IT solutions and education on Microsoft technologies,” said MacAlarney.

Microsoft Certified Learning Solution Partners (MCLSPs) from around the country came together for the first annual Mi-Training Partners Summit. Members of Mi-Training Partners—a nationwide consortium of independently owned and operated MCLSPs—met to discuss the state of the IT education industry and how to best provide businesses with effective and affordable training solutions.

The summit was hosted by Learn iT!, a San Francisco-based learning company and partner for corporate information technology, and member of Mi-Training Partners.

“It is important for all of the Mi-Training Partners to realize that while we’re in the business of providing effective learning solutions to other businesses, we ourselves must remain committed to learning as well,” said Jennifer Didier, President of Mi-Training Partners. “This summit was a great opportunity for us to gather some of the top minds in our industry to ensure we’re up on industry trends so we can provide valuable and relevant instruction to our clients.”

The summit consisted of roundtable discussions on a variety of topics, including talent recruitment, upcoming product announcements and new training offerings. Additionally, attendees heard keynote addresses from industry leaders, such as Beth MacAlarney, group manager of Microsoft’s U.S. Learning Solutions Partners. MacAlarney spoke about the evolving landscape of the IT industry, touching on the popularity of emerging Microsoft Cloud technology and the development of customized training modules designed to meet client-specific needs.

“Members of Mi-Training Partners have taken incredible strides toward quality assurance as they offer their customers access to the nation’s best IT solutions and education on Microsoft technologies,” said MacAlarney. “Microsoft anticipates great success for Mi-Training Partners as they evolve and continue to recruit high-caliber staff.”

Together, members of Mi-Training Partners train more than 500,000 individuals on various Microsoft IT platforms every year, netting nearly $100 million in revenue. To learn more about Mi-Training Partners and its member organizations, please visit http://www.mitrainingpartners.com.

About Mi-Training Partners

Mi-Training Partners is a nationwide consortium of independently owned and operated Microsoft Certified Learning Solution Partners. Our mission is to provide a corporate nationwide training channel using a network of elite training partners allowing customers to experience unsurpassed training solutions nationally. To learn more about Mi-Training Partners, visit http://www.mitrainingpartners.com.

About Learn iT!

Founded with the purpose of providing a stimulating and energetic training atmosphere, Learn iT! serves as the trusted learning partner for corporate information technology, business management and project management training goals. By providing consistent, excellent instruction at a competitive price, Learn iT! offers unique modular formats, which allow each student the flexibility to attend the modules appropriate to his or her learning needs. To learn more about Learn iT!, please visit http://www.learnit.com.

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Matthew Murawski
Mi-Training Partners
415-946-6483
matt(at)learnit(dot)com

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