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What the Great Resignation Means for your Certification Program in 2022 and Beyond [On-Demand Webinar]

With monumental shifts in the workforce and education due to COVID-19, learners and educators alike are demanding tools and platforms that promote deep knowledge attainment to offer more equity in the classroom, upskill their workforce, make career changes, retain talent, and more. While there is still a need for traditional learning platforms, it is vital to find a learning technology that is aligned with your learners’ and businesses’ needs.

How can you take advantage of the Great Resignation in 2022 to help reskill and upskill those trying to navigate their career paths?

In this webinar, BenchPrep’s CEO Ashish Rangnekar discusses:

  • The tailwinds behind the "Great Resignation" and how you can take advantage of this unique opportunity in 2022 and beyond
  • Why your organization needs learning technology focused on competency-based learning if mastery is critical to your learners’ success
  • The benefits of having learning technology designed for certification training and test prep in your tech stack
  • Actionable tips to effectively grow certification and licensing programs

Presenter Information:

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Ashish Rangnekar is the Co-Founder and CEO of BenchPrep, a Chicago-based enterprise SaaS digital learning company.
Under Ashish’s leadership, BenchPrep has built a world-class team of 100+ employees and has helped some of the world’s leading education & training companies digitally transform their product offerings. Customers include CFA Institute, ACT, McGraw Hill Education, National Conference of Bar Examiners, Association of American Medical Colleges, and more.

BenchPrep has won several awards including Talented Learning's Top 40 Learning Management Systems, Inc.'s 2020 Best Workplaces Award, Training Industry Top 20™ Training Delivery Company, Training Magazine's Learning LMS Choice Award, and more. BenchPrep has successfully raised $28M in venture capital funding from leading investors including NEA, Jump Capital, Owl Ventures, Lightbank, and Revolution Ventures.