(PRWEB) May 20, 2013
HR.com, the largest social network and online community for over 220,000 senior HR executives, has announced a partnership with OpenSesame, the world's leading marketplace for buying and selling online training courses.
This technology combination marries thousands of live and archived webcast sessions across 23 different HR specialties with the top eLearning store platform, giving customers access to purchase extensive HR training with a focus. Each course will enable HR professionals to obtain HRCI and WorldatWork recertification credits as well as Institute for Human Resources (IHR) certification credits.
"We are excited to add HR.com's webcasts to the OpenSesame marketplace. We believe that our audience of HR and training professionals will be very interested in HR.com's high quality content," said Tom Turnbull, OpenSesame's VP of Business and Community Development.
Courses will be available at a set price, with bundle deals for larger purchases of multiple webcasts. HR.com will be working closely with OpenSesame to ensure a complete and diverse offering of webcasts for HR professionals and OpenSesame members, especially a full library of eLearning and Webcast credits.
Based in Portland, Oregon, OpenSesame is an open marketplace connecting elearning buyers and sellers. Buyers browse thousands of courses in a wide variety of subjects from workplace safety to business skills, all compatible with any learning management system. For more information, visit https://www.opensesame.com/ or follow @OpenSesame on Twitter.
HR.com, the largest global social networking and resource site for HR Professionals, is THE ONLY place to earn IHR (Institute for Human Resources), HRCI and WorldatWork credits all at the same time for NO COST. HR.com is committed to providing a deeper understanding of the HR function for 220,000+ members by offering 23 Certification Programs, 1,700+ webcasts, 230+ virtual conferences, blogs, community networks, industry news and advisory boards. http://www.hr.com
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