|By PR Newswire||
|December 1, 2016 09:56 AM EST|
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenSesame, the leader in on-demand elearning courses for the enterprise, announced today that it now offers courses for learners striving for their Project Management Professional (PMP) and Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) credentials.
These globally recognized professional certifications validate a project management or a human resource professional's expertise in their field and set them up for better career advancement, job opportunities, and compensation. For example, on average, PMPs earn 17% more than their non-certified counterparts, according to the Project Management Salary Survey, Eighth edition.
"Expanding our certifications catalog has been a goal of OpenSesame's for 2016 and beyond." said Spencer Thornton, Vice President of Content at OpenSesame. "Now, as a part of OpenSesame Plus, they will be able to offer PMP preparation and HRCI recertification courses to their learners, both of which lead to better job productivity and business results for their entire company."
As the first elearning subscription designed specifically for enterprise companies, OpenSesame Plus offers access to thousands of online courses from award winning providers without the traditional hassle of finding, evaluating and curating content from multiple vendors separately. With robust offerings in leadership skills, soft skills, technology and compliance training courses, OpenSesame Plus solves the majority of an organization's elearning content needs and is integrated with most of the major learning management systems (LMS) available in the market today, with minimal administration and maintenance.
OpenSesame Plus subscribers can now take the courses necessary to prepare for and pass the PMP Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) exam. In addition, learners can satisfy the continuing education requirement for maintaining their HRCI certification with these new courses in OpenSesame Plus.
OpenSesame is the trusted provider of on-demand elearning courses for the enterprise.
Serving Global 2000 companies, OpenSesame delivers:
- The most flexible buying options to maximize training & development budgets
- The broadest catalog with 20,000+ courses from the world's leading publishers, updated constantly
- Compatible with every Learning Management System (LMS)
For more information visit www.OpenSesame.com or follow @OpenSesame on Twitter.
Contact: Tim Greve - [email protected] (503) 818-1268 x321
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