Good e-Learning has just announced a new ‘Flash Sale’, offering customers 20% off all courses in the company’s award-winning online training portfolio.

Summer is just a month away, and everyone is making plans! With wonderful warm weather, beautiful blooming nature and chilled-out vacations on the horizon, it’s time to start thinking about how you can make the most of the next few months.

If you are the enterprising type, you might be looking for a way to use the wave of springtime optimism to take the next step in your professional life! Obviously, having experience is key when it comes to taking the next step in a career, but there are also alternative (and, potentially, far more lucrative) ways to climb the corporate ladder.

Elearning has exploded in recent years, with the unprecedented growth of the internet making it easier than ever for people to study online. As well as being a cheaper alternative to classroom training, eLearning also offers a much greater level of convenience; students can study without having to commute to classrooms, and with no need to accommodate instructors it can also be much easier to fit training into busy schedules.

Good e-Learning (GEL) is a top-tier online training provider with a reputation for making world-class corporate training courses easily available online. GEL offers training in an ever-increasing variety of corporate disciplines, including enterprise architecture, project management, IT service management, and more.

GEL’s priority has always been providing quality and convenience. Students can access GEL courses on any web-enabled device, including smartphones and tablets. Good e-Learning’s expert tutors can be contacted 24/7, and with months of course access it is easy for students to stagger their training around important commitments (like 9-to-6 jobs!)

Each GEL course is fully-accredited, allowing students to achieve highly sought-after certifications in frameworks like PRINCE2, TOGAF and ITIL 4. This can be an excellent way for professionals to expand their knowledge, qualify for more lucrative roles or even make the move into a new career altogether.

Businesses and other organizations can also benefit from investing in training with Good e-Learning. With effective and convenient online training packages, employees, teams and even entire departments can be efficiently upskilled without the need to disrupt essential daily tasks.

Best of all, students can take their exams whenever they are ready using the FREE vouchers provided by the GEL support team!

Here are just a few of the standards covered in the new Flash Sale. Contact us today to find out more!

PRINCE2 and PRINCE2 Agile

Project management is a hugely important corporate practice. Unlike general day-to-day management, project management is all about utilizing employees and resources in order to achieve specific goals, such as releasing new services, improving the efficiency of a business, and so on.

However, such projects often operate within tight constraints, and without a solid methodology in place, it is easy to waste resources pursuing results which fail to satisfy project requirements.

PRINCE2 is the world’s most popular project management methodology. It offers a solid management structure, as well as a comprehensive set of tools and considerations that can ensure perfect planning and project success. At the same time, it is also non-prescriptive and generic, allowing users to alter and amend it in order to suit any project, sector, industry or environment.

PRINCE2 Agile combines the structure of PRINCE2 with the flexibility and incremental rewards of Agile project management. The dual-framework was originally created to satisfy the demands of practitioners and has since been steadily growing in popularity.

Good e-Learning’s PRINCE2 and PRINCE2 Agile courses are fully-accredited by PeopleCert, an examination institute licensed by AXELOS to offer certification exams on the two frameworks. The Foundation courses offer excellent introductions to both frameworks, enabling students to make valuable contributions to project management teams. The Practitioner courses take this to the next level, showing students how to apply the theory of the frameworks in practice and equipping them to take on upper-level management and leadership positions.

ITIL V3 and ITIL 4

IT services make up a huge part of our daily lives, whether for shopping, staying in touch with friends or keeping our businesses running from day-to-day. As such, IT service management (ITSM) has become a vital part of modern enterprise – one which has more than its fair share of standards and frameworks.

ITIL, formerly known as the ‘Information Technology Infrastructure Library’, has been one of the world’s most popular frameworks for ITSM for going on 30 years. ITIL V3 offers a flexible and comprehensive development path for ITSM professionals, enabling students to choose from a variety of modules to upskill themselves in whatever is most relevant for them.

ITIL 4 Foundation, the first course in the newest iteration of the framework, was released earlier this year. It offers a modernized approach to ITSM, not only providing greater-compatibility with other leading frameworks such as Lean and DevOps but also offering students access to a thriving community of practitioners ready to provide help and practical feedback.

Both options offer invaluable insight into the world of IT management, and AXELOS has even stated that ITIL V3 certifications will remain valid even as the rest of ITIL 4 is released to the market.

Good e-Learning’s courses cover the entire spectrum of both versions of the framework, providing the first step for new students and taking them all the way from ITIL Foundation to ITIL Expert.

TOGAF 9.2

What exactly is enterprise architecture? Put simply, it approaches ‘enterprises’ in the same way an architect would design a building: by analyzing the different components that go into it and creating an accurate structure (or ‘architecture’) of its current or desired future capabilities. This provides decision-makers with the perspective required to change and develop their organizations as quickly and efficiently as possible.

The Open Group Architecture Framework, better known as ‘TOGAF’, is one of the world’s most popular standards for enterprise architecture. While not technically a ‘framework’, per se, it still offers invaluable guidance and best practices for the design, planning, development and implementation of enterprise architectures. It has been consistently updated over the course of several decades to keep it up-to-date with the ever-changing worlds of business and IT, making TOGAF an ideal tool for both new and experienced enterprise architects.

Good e-Learning is an award-winning provider of TOGAF courses, having won the ‘Outstanding Certification Product’ prize at The Open Group Awards in 2018. GEL was also one of the first companies to offer fully-accredited courses in the recently-released TOGAF 9.2.

Not only do GEL courses fully-prepare students to sit the TOGAF Level 1 and Level 2 examinations, but GEL can also provide additional tuition on how to practically apply and amend the standard for real-world organizations. Good e-Learning also offers joint courses in ArchiMate 3.0, a renowned enterprise architecture modeling language.

Whether you are simply after a basic awareness of TOGAF or want to become a fully certified TOGAF practitioner, Good e-Learning has you covered!

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Philip is a content writer with experience across multiple industries, including gaming, home improvement and now e-learning. He graduated from the London School of Economics with a BA in History before taking on various odd jobs and volunteer writing positions, but soon broke into professional writing as a retail journalist. Now focusing on content writing, Philip is a tireless enemy of cliched corporate jargon. He believes that marketing content should be clear, concise and relevant to readers. Rather than assuming that customers know all about your solution, it is up to you to identify with their problem and offer something that will really get their attention. As such, he strives to understand the real-world applications of Good e-Learning’s product portfolio so that it can be explained in a way that is both coherent and down to earth. If you cannot understand what you are selling, you won’t get far! In his spare time, Philip enjoys watching movies, gaming and writing with friends.