Contract Security Training and Development Examining methods of contract training

Hertig, Christopher A.
April 2011
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2011, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p78
Trade Publication
The article offers information on various ways for economical contract training. It states that if contract organizations have pre-developed and packaged instructional packages, they can save costs while speeding up employee development. It also mentions that companies offering corporate training programs enjoy a substantial marketing advantage. Moreover, developing an instructional program through a provider committed to create instructional packages is always more economical.


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