Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
As the American economy continues to improve corporations are looking to invest in their greatest asset, their employee. This investment aids in maintaining the competitive edge. With NEF’s catalog of more than 5,000 IT and business courses, any organization can serve to improve its on-the-job performance and increase their bottom line http://www.nefuniversity.org/catalog. Human resource departments have experienced an increase in organizational spending on employee development to address the skills gap. An organization can spend an average of $800 per employee. With companies facing this increased budgetary needs, NEF is offering corporations workforce development training at an almost 80% savings.
NEF Chairman Dr. Kuttan noted that, "According to the U.S. Labor Department, US has 3 million jobs looking for people. An obvious solution is to provide high-quality, affordable job skills training to a million employees, the goal of the NEF project.” Former President Bill Clinton commended Dr. Kuttan for empowering tomorrow’s leaders, stating, “I salute you for your ongoing commitment for creating a better and stronger America."
In an effort to address the rising cost of workforce development the National Education Foundation (NEF) CyberLearning, offers corporations IT, business and management courses for their employees (http://www.cyberlearning.org). With this opportunity NEF envisions to aid in the continual education and advancement of America’s workforce’s 21st century job skills. NEF is the national nonprofit leader in IT and Business online education and is also the winner of the Global Digital Literacy Champion Award given for making the most contributions globally to bridging the IT and digital divides.
For additional information contact NEF at 703-823-9999. To view NEF’s course offerings, see NEF’s course catalog containing 5,500 courses grouped into 65 course packages at http://www.nefuniversity.org/catalog.
About NEF CyberLearning
The National Education Foundation (NEF) is the national non-profit leader in bridging the academic and job skills divides through Web-based digital education with/without live teachers. CyberLearning, a major project of NEF, provides IT, business, management, digital literacy, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), English, social studies, and test prep education to millions of disadvantaged students and adults across the nation.