Nick Stanziani, Director of Training & Development at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, has over 20 years of experience administering Learning Management Systems. Nick kindly takes a few minutes out of his busy day to share his training mantra and why the TutorPro LMS is his all time favorite.
The NSLT is the required curriculum supporting more than 200 law schools and paralegal programs, with over 15,000 courses being launched a day.
Having tried and tested multiple software solutions, TutorPro became the chosen technology provider for the NSLT, due to their forward-thinking and visionary software. The way in which TutorPro was able to take complex tasks and teach them in a way that students could understand, meant that uptake soared and learning retention skyrocketed. The most recent launch of a certificate to support eDiscovery has revolutionized the way eDiscovery is taught, whilst the LMS enables the right conversations between NSLT and the students.
The NSLT love TutorPro’s vision, creating a phenomenal partnership that has transformed how law schools and paralegal programs teach technology.
Amanda Beldo has 15 years of experience at Mayer Brown an as Instructional Designer. She candidly explains how TutorPro solutions allow the business to roll out global training across 15+ offices. Amanda also takes the time to share how they’ve seen an uptake on eLearning during the pandemic, the importance of learning paths, and what she loves about TutorPro support and the Client Family Webinars!
TutorPro is honored to welcome back McMillan to the TutorPro Client Family. To celebrate the recent reunion, Brent Taylor and Janette Nicholson share insight into their journey, their experience, and how they’ve been able to make the leap into a fully virtual and much more effective and efficient firm.
Happy 12th Anniversary! We are honored to have had Ogletree Deakins as part of our Client Family for 12 years! We wanted to celebrate this milestone by sharing some insights on a couple of the challenges we’ve overcome together and wanted to share some feedback “We really enjoy working with TutorPro. Their products and services are excellent and the fact they don’t count support hours means that we can call on them whenever we need. We also love that we can be honest with them. If something isn’t as we expect, or if we need a feature changed or added, we can have an honest and open conversation with them. This really makes a difference in such a long relationship.”
Ice Miller recognized the need to keep technology skills current and relevant by improving and expanding these skills within the firm. Representatives from HR and Technology Training were tasked to develop a technical core competency program for the firm’s legal secretaries. They further aimed to focus on developing people and defining learning paths to progress. If the firm was going to implement accountability for developing firm standards, it was critical that the secretaries be able to complete tasks using their preferred methods. This concept led the team to search for a solution that would be customizable, reflecting the way that Ice Miller work. This was achieved with the consultative guidance of the TutorPro team.
Many potential Client Family Members are looking to select a learning solution because they want to launch a new program or service, and to do so they need a new tool. Offit Kurman was facing a different challenge. The firm wanted to take their learning programs to the next level: enhancing the user experience, expanding the available course offerings, and preparing to meet the demands of the firm’s growth.
Grey Matter was looking to increase user adoption of new applications. End-users were slow to use new features of Office 365 and no quality check was in place. Self-help content was lacking due to the time it took to create. What was available was reported as difficult to locate. Enter TutorPro’s Live Content Studio and Athena. Live Content Studio provides interactive training while working in a live application. Athena delivers additional help while in workflow. This was what Grey Matter needed!