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Service Roundtable Provides eLearning

April 3, 2006
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GRAPEVINE, Texas - Service Roundtable, a private contractor group serving the HVAC and plumbing industries, has announced the availability of business-focused eLearning for Service Roundtable members. The Service Roundtable training library consists of more than 250 online courses, in addition to courses delivered on CDs, VHS tapes, and books.

The courses cover a wide variety of topics including business management, finance, sales, human resources, legal, personal development, basic PC skills, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Office.

"We are excited to provide our members access to this large online library of training," said Service Roundtable CEO Matt Michel. "Successful contractors know they must have strong business skills. The Service Roundtable training library is a tremendous resource for developing and maintaining those essential business skills."

"Our members will enjoy the efficiency and effectiveness of Web-based training," said David Heimer, Service Roundtable COO. "They can take the courses at their convenience - whenever and wherever they want. Our members are busy people. They will appreciate being able to stop and restart the course whenever they want, and skip around in the course to get the information they want while avoiding the material they already know."

Publication date: 04/03/2006

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