Employees who use the CEU360.com learning management system can finish up their required continuing education at home, at the office, on the bus or at the beach.
Plano, TX (PRWEB) May 14, 2014
CEU360.com, powered by HomeCEUConnection.com, reaffirmed their commitment to providing the elite continuing education experience for rehabilitation therapist by announcing the new updates of both their web-based and mobile course delivery platforms.
"We are so happy this significant upgrade to our course delivery system is complete. Not only does the new technology provide smoother CEU viewing on laptop and computers, it also gives therapists an even more customizable learning experience," says Brandon Osborn, owner of CEU360.com. "Having to install or update software can be a real headache for a lot of therapists. Now that we've eliminated that stress point, completing your continuing education at home just became even easier."
The new platform requires no software installation or updates, so the user can now just click a link and dive right into the course content. The increased reliability and lack of technical issues of this new platform delivers a seamless experience for users, as well as increased control over their continuing education experience.
In conjunction with the web-based course delivery upgrade, all CEU360.com online video courses are now viewable on the iPad, iPhone or Android mobile devices. Using a new cloud-based solution, courses are streamlined directly to the user’s tablet or smartphone. Users are free to take their learning anywhere, providing even more control of their educational experience. This means employees who use the CEU360.com learning management system can finish up their required continuing education at home, at the office, on the bus or at the beach. This type of mobile learning is especially valuable for companies who are seeking methods to improve employee engagement with custom training videos.
"Therapists are busy professionals," explains Brandon. "We recognized early on that their continuing education requirements need to be flexible and convenient. Being able to work on their continuing education on the bus ride to work, or while they're getting dinner ready means less time taken away from patients, a huge plus for both the therapist and their employers."