Logical Operations Releases Windows 8 Instructor-Led Training Courseware to Help Bridge the Steep Learning Curve
October 25, 2012 Rochester, NY

Learning Solutions Provider, Logical Operations announces today the release of a Windows 8 instructor-led training curriculum series, that includes Microsoft® Windows® 8 Tablet for Business Use, Using Microsoft® Windows® 8, Microsoft® Windows® 8: Transition from Windows® 7, and coming soon a 1-day course, Microsoft® Windows® 8 and Office 2013 Transition.  This release gives training organizations the opportunity to be first to market with Windows 8 training.

The Windows 8 release on October 26, 2012 marks a huge departure from what the industry and consumers have seen in previous new versions of Microsoft Windows. “Learning to use Windows 8 is not a walk in the park. It’s downright difficult! People need to be ready for the steep learning curve, but once they bridge the curve the benefits are outstanding.” – says Bill Rosenthal, CEO, Logical Operations.

Logical Operations’ Windows 8 Instructor-Led training materials are being released on the LogicalCHOICE Learning Platform. Rosenthal goes on to say, “Logical Operations is driving innovation with the launch Windows 8 training through LogicalCHOICE – a multi-platform, configurable learning system. There has been a dramatic shift in the way we connect with the advancement of technology, electronic devices, and the introduction of social and collaboration tools. This is having huge implications on the way people work and learn.” The LogicalCHOICE learning system bridges the gap from traditional textbook learning with an innovative digital platform that gives organizations the flexibility to provide a learning environment that best suits their needs.

About Logical Operations

Founded in 1982, Logical Operations helps organizations and individuals maximize training with an adaptable instructor-led learning experience. Its more than 4,000 titles are available globally through flexible delivery platforms that are designed for any learning environment. For more information, connect with Logical Operations on Twitter @logicalops.