Special Offer Bulletin
As stay-at-home orders and social distancing practices have become predominant across the United States and around the world in recent weeks, the Training team wants you to know that your learning can continue remotely, helping you make the most of your time. You can still grow your knowledge of DNA Fusion, so when the restrictions and stay-at-home orders are lifted in the future, you will be better prepared than ever.
To help you in this pursuit, the Open Options Training Department is making a special offer available to you during these unprecedented times. We will tailor a 4-hour WebEx session (2- 2-hour blocks) to meet your learning needs. To help our community of dealers and system users during this critical time, we’re offering the iLearn 4-hour block for only $500.00.
This online training will help you get the most out of your DNA Fusion system.
We’re here to help in any way that we can. We may have to practice social distancing, but it leaves the door open for distance learning. There is no better time to connect!
To get started, contact the Open Opions training team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re planning to make this offer available through May 31, 2020.
Share Your Story
How has life been for you since the coronavirus outbreak? How are you adapting to the changes in work life due to the pandemic? You are part of our community, and it’s vital that we all stay connected, even while this crisis persists. We want to hear from you.
Share with us how the recent events around the coronavirus pandemic have impacted your job and the way you’re working. Email us your story at email@example.com.
“For over 20 years, the mission of Open Option’s Training department has been to empower our customers with education. The past few weeks have shown us that, even in times of uncertainty, our organizations and communities remain strong and resourceful,” said Sherinda Barrow, Director of Education Services at Open Options. “With many businesses and organizations rolling out mandatory remote work policies, it has made us pause to reprioritize training efforts and develop new plans to connect with our customers.”