New York, NY (PRWEB) August 24, 2012 (PRWEB) August 24, 2012
Digital Media Training, partner of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), announces the addition of a second session to the webinar series: Preparing for the IAB Digital Media Ad Sales Certification Exam.
Digital Media Training’s specialized training curriculum will prepare digital media salespeople for the IAB Digital Media Sales Certification test.
Digital Media Training's (DMT) specialized training curriculum will prepare digital media salespeople for the IAB Digital Media Sales Certification test. This interactive webinar series will prepare digital salespeople for the exam by reviewing current industry issues, the major industry players and operations, as well as a broad understanding of every major digital platform.
Our in-depth webinar series will consist of four 90 minute sessions that will also include sample practice testing and a comprehensive resource guide to help prepare you for the exam.
The webinars will be held on the following dates:
- August 21st ; August 28th ; September 11th ; September 18th
- Cost - $200 per person
If you missed our first webinar on August 21st, don’t worry, you can still review the recorded version of the training session and access all of the follow-up material.
To register for the remaining sessions and to receive all preparation material, click here.
For additional information, contact us at jason(at)dmtraining(dot)net or call at 212-502-3065.
About Digital Media Training
Digital Media Training offers a unique solution, Multimedia Ongoing Skills Training (M.O.S.T); Ongoing training via 5 minute video pod-casts and emails that help apply each skill. Achieve increased productivity and improve selling skills with a measureable, cost-effective, multimedia training process where learning continues on the job and is reinforced by coaches.
The Results - top performers and increased revenues.
Recognizing that training budgets and training time is limited, DMT accomplishes the goal of creating measureable improvement of skills and productivity by replacing “a training event” with a cost-effective multi-phase, multi-media training process where learning continues out of the classroom and “just in time” on the job. Training becomes part of the culture, learning is ongoing and training costs are significantly reduced.