CLO Symposium 2010
University of Phoenix is proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of the Spring 2010 CLO Symposium. CLO presents an opportunity for Chief Learning Officers, thought leaders and other training and education professionals to expand their knowledge. As a leader in higher education, University of Phoenix is actively involved in this year’s theme, The Networked Organization: Leading Learning in the New Economy. We know the difference education can make in the workplace.
University of Phoenix is an integral part of the CLO Symposium as it helps organizations discover new and innovative ways to deliver professional development and employee learning programs. The CLO Symposium provides you and your organization the competitive knowledge to succeed in today’s global economy.
Featured Workshops at CLO Symposium 2010
Top Trends in Higher Education, Work and Society
Dr. Tracey Wilen-Daugenti, Vice President of Strategic Relations at University of Phoenix presents Top Trends in Higher Education, Work and Society. Her presentation reviews current trends in education and the impact these trends have on companies and universities.
Strengthening the Business Case for Learning in our New Economic Reality
Lloyd Peterson, Vice President of Education at Tuition Advisory Services, presents Strengthening the Business Case for Leaning in our New Economic Reality. Lloyd shares the ways in which organizations have used counseling and networks of providers to increase the impact of tuition programs while reducing overall spend.
Our Educational Relationship with Tuition Advisory Services
University of Phoenix is also sponsoring Tuition Advisory Services (TAS) Vice President Lloyd Peterson’s presentation at the CLO Symposium.
Tuition Advisory Services (TAS) and University of Phoenix have an education partnership to assist employers by leveraging employee education programs. As a leader in educational advising, Tuition Advisory Services offers solutions for companies looking to optimize their tuition assistance programs (TAP) through educational advising, strategic administration and a scholarship network. This educational relationship provides TAS-member companies exclusive access to University of Phoenix educational opportunities, which further maximize companies’ investments in their workforce. Together, University of Phoenix and Tuition Advisory Services share an interest in providing support to companies that provide TAP to their employees.
The use of the phrase education partner or education partnership is for marketing purposes only and is not intended to create a legal partnership.
Corporate education solutions
An education partnership with University of Phoenix can help your company meet its corporate and industry learning objectives.