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Workforce Development Transitioning from 2011 to 2020

Gilfus Education Group Announces Webinar on Developing a Productive Workforce from 2011 to 2020

“Workforce Development: Transitioning from 2011 to 2020”

Washington, DC   (Thursday, August 11th, 2011) — Gilfus Education Group announced today that it will offer a webinar titled Workforce Development: Transitioning from 2011 to 2020.  Attendees will be provided with an overview of the challenges, strategic concepts, and innovative ideas regarding training and development for the workforce today, such as the skill gap between the skills employers seek and the skills employees currently possess.  Other topics will include the changing demographics of the workforce and how the Great Recession is impacting workforce development.  Stephen Gilfus, a co-founder of Blackboard, Inc., will be a featured guest speaker during this webinar.  Stephen, the father of modern day eLearning, will offer guidance on how the fast evolving eLearning and online training industry can help to overcome these difficulties related to workforce development.

This interactive online training webinar will be relevant to CEOs, VPs, Directors, and Human Resources related professionals.  This one hour webinar is scheduled for August 23rd at 1:30 p.m. Eastern and will address concerns regarding the development of a productive workforce now and into the future.

Featured Guest Stephen Gilfus, President and CEO, Gilfus Education Group

Stephen Gilfus is a serial entrepreneur, business leader, and noted software designer and inventor. He has been noted as being instrumental to the development of the eLearning market space. Mr. Gilfus has provided leadership strategies to some of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions and world publishers as the primary author of the “Educational Technology Framework”, a model used to guide hundreds of academic institutions to contemplate organizational, technological, and social impact of educational technologies on schools, districts, educational organizations and institutions. He has presented and keynoted several leading global industry conferences and has lectured on teaching and learning on the Internet and the growing online education industry.

Registration is required for this free webinar.  Click here for more information and to register for this webinar.


Based in Washington, DC, the Gilfus Education Group delivers education innovation by bringing refreshing clarity and a pragmatic approach to academic and corporate enterprises through educational, technology, and business consulting. The company provides a wide array of services to clients across the United States and around the world, offering insightful and diversified expertise to the education industry. Since 1997, the Gilfus Education Group team has served thousands of universities, colleges, schools, academic content providers, and education and technology companies in meeting their mission‐critical planning and technology needs. The group consists of individuals of the highest caliber talent and experience in educational research, strategy, planning, and technical implementation services representing capabilities for meeting organizational objectives and compliance, evaluating education quality and outcomes, and supporting technical integration, infrastructure, and delivery.

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