PerkinElmer Launches eLearning Initiative

12-07-2005: PerkinElmer Inc. announced the introduction of the industry's broadest, scientific eLearning offering. Further demonstrating PerkinElmer's ongoing commitment to key customer needs, eLearning provides organizations with the scalable tools necessary to effectively train employees and improve productivity. As the only fully web-enabled learning solution in the industry, eLearning offers a visually enriched and interactive learning experience that includes tutorials, demos and instructor-led training. The eLearning solution is scalable from 1 to 1,000 employees, and can be customized to match individual skill sets.

Recognizing the need for accessible, customizable training programs that offer substantial customer return on investment, PerkinElmer surveyed more than 40,000 customers to determine specific areas of interest, target audiences and geographic needs. Based on the survey results, PerkinElmer developed its eLearning offering, including thirteen courses in four categories: Scientific Application, Informatics, BioPharma and Biology. In addition to general scientific courses, PerkinElmer will also offer instrument and application specific custom courses in the areas of Atomic Absorption, Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectroscopy, and Chromatography. Additional custom eLearning solutions will be added in the immediate future.

To meet the various needs of PerkinElmer's customer base and beyond, PerkinElmer now offers a three-tiered training portfolio that includes classroom training, on-site custom training and eLearning offerings. eLearning is a scalable, cost-effective solution that rounds out PerkinElmer's training offerings. The training courses included in the eLearning offering provide expert design, validated scientific content and the latest technological advancements, ensuring that customers can easily utilize the information learned to maximize productivity while managing training-related costs.

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