Alexandria, VA, Sept. 17, 2020—FedLearn, the first-to-market online learning platform specialized and contextualized for federal government departments and agencies and government contractors, is joining forces with AFCEA International to provide its growing catalog of unclassified courses to association members at a special price.
To take advantage of the savings, AFCEA members should visit the association’s website to review the FedLearn course descriptions and access the special promo code. They can then register for the selected course(s) on fedlearn.com using the code.
Current FedLearn courses cover the Intelligence Community and artificial intelligence/data science, with courses catalogs in leadership and management, space, federal government IT, cybersecurity, and acquisition and financial management in the works for release later this year.
“FedLearn is honored to team with AFCEA to provide its members with access to professional development solutions specialized and contextualized to the FedGov areas they support,” said Dr. J. Keith Dunbar, FedLearn founder and chief executive officer, “We look forward to helping AFCEA members enhance and build upon their employees’ professional skillsets to advance their individual missions to protect the defense and security of our nation.”
“AFCEA prides itself on bringing valuable learning experiences to its members,” said Tina Jordan, AFCEA International vice president, membership. “The association is pleased to join with FedLearn to encourage and enable intelligence and information technology professionals to continue their lifelong learning through valuable and cost-effective programs like those offered by FedLearn.”
To learn more about FedLearn, visit fedlearn.com.
To learn more about AFCEA, visit afcea.org.
FedLearn is transforming learning for the federal government. We offer the first specialized and contextualized online learning platform directly supporting federal government mission areas. Our solution combines the best of traditional classroom and elearning settings to offer a rich, collaborative learning experience available anytime and anywhere. Learn more by visiting fedlearn.com.
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