ALISON is a leading provider of Free Online Interactive Skills Training for the US Workforce. It provides high-quality, engaging, interactive multimedia courseware for certification and standards-based learning to learners across every state in the nation. All courses on ALISON are free for individual learners, and teachers and tutors enjoy free access to manage groups of learners via the open Learning Management System made available for the majority of courses.
Courses on ALISON cover IT Skills, Health and Safety, Languages, Psychometric tests and Financial and Health Literacy with plans for more advanced IT Literacy courses, additional Health and Safety Courses and Language courses becoming available through 2010.
Completing a free interactive course on ALISON and qualifying for an ALISON Certificate of Completion will enhance and strengthen your resume. Before you do a job search, any prospective employee can make sure they are fully IT literate by studying subjects from Microsoft Desktop Applications such as Microsoft Office, be able to touch type, or to make sure you know the fundamentals of health & safety in the workplace. For immigrants to the USA, ALISON provides interactive English language lessons.
Certifying on ALISON shows your next place of employment that you are a lifelong learner, interested in gaining new skills to enhance your career and your career performance. It can help you build up your skills when you are in career transition, and make you more valuable when you are negotiating your next job salary. ALISON provides quality interactive workplace training for free. Keeping your skills up-to-date is becoming an ever more essential part of career management.
Based in Galway, Ireland and Morristown, New Jersey, ALISON has over 300,000 registered learners worldwide. Its mission is to enable anyone, anywhere, to educate themselves for free via interactive self-paced multimedia.
ALISON stands for Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online.
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