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GeoLearn a new online learning company launches

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Tuesday, February 25th 2014
GeoLearn | Kansas City, Missouri, USA


GeoLearn a new online learning company launches

 New Online Learning Company Launches GeoLearn to Use Video to Enhance Geospatial Learning Experience

- GeoLearn, a start up devoted to servicing the geospatial industry with online learning and continuing education credits, announces that it has launched its website and training portal with an initial catalog of 22 one-hour-long courses taught by industry-leading faculty members. Course topics available at launch include "Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's)," "ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys," and "National Flood Plain Insurance."

"We want to provide quality professional development to satisfy continuing education requirements that also enables you to deliver services to your clients from a higher quality knowledge base," says GeoLearn Principal Joe Paiva. "You often have to get continuing education to satisfy licensing requirements; at GeoLearn you will also leave enriched - a plus for any geospatial organization.

" While catering to professionals, GeoLearn will begin to build up courses suitable for technicians as well, including a series that supports those pursuing Certified Survey Technician (CST) status. GeoLearn faculty members are nationally recognized experts in the geospatial field. Initial faculty include Gary Kent of the Schneider Corporation, Wendy Lathrop of Cadastral Consulting and GeoLearn Principal Joseph Paiva. More courses will come soon from other notable professionals in the geospatial industry.

"A key motivation to start GeoLearn has been the desire to significantly improve the learning experience for busy professionals and technicians," says GeoLearn Principal Bob Morris. "With limited time availability and the growing cost of travel associated with more traditional methods of securing continuing education credits, we hope to provide an attractive option using of state-of-the-art multi-media through our online training portal." GeoLearn has invested in a multi-camera video production studio optimized for online learning, and hired Emmy Award-winning marketing and video expert Peter Barrett to head up those efforts.

About GeoLearn

GeoLearn is an online education company founded in 2013 by leaders in the geospatial industry and exists to serve professionals in the surveying, mapping, GIS and related communities with interactive online videos designed to be engaging and immersive. GeoLearn offers professional development courses that are taught by acknowledged experts and have been approved for Professional Development Hours (PDHs) by Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and are accepted as continuing education credit by most licensing boards and accrediting organizations. As users, customers get full course tracking and reporting capabilities. GeoLearn also supports tracking of education taken via other educational outlets. Courses are available online for computers and can also be viewed via downloadable app on iPhones and iPads (Android app coming soon).

For further information about GeoLearn call: 1-877-225-0317 or visit www.Geo-Learn.com. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter View our profile on LinkedIn Find us on Google+ View our videos on YouTube

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