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RedVector Launches Downloadable MP3 Audio Courses for Training Anywhere, Anytime


Tampa, Fla. — Nov. 19, 2014 — RedVector.com, the leader in online training for the architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), industrial, and facility management industries, has launched courses in a new downloadable MP3 audio format to further enable learning at home, at the office, or even on the road.

"We're always striving to provide our learning material in as many formats as possible to ease customer access," said Matt Casey, Ph.D., vice president of content and accreditations at RedVector. "With these new downloadable audio course formats, we’re giving our customers the option to listen and learn on their commutes, to save important components to return to at a later time, and to listen while disconnected from Internet signals, for example. Overall, it’s about modality — giving people the chance to take courses however and whenever they want."

The first downloadable audio courses recently released cover a range of engineering ethics topics. The course series helps engineers examine the NSPE Code of Ethics and analyze real-life case studies so that they may continue to provide services with honesty, impartiality, and fairness, and dedicate themselves to the protection of the public’s safety, health, and welfare.

RedVector sets the standard for excellence in online continuing education and training for the architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), industrial, and facility management industries and holds more than 100 state and national accreditations.

RedVector offers individual courses as well as large-scale corporate-training solutions for AEC firms featuring customizable and easily accessible online universities with a full range of tracking and reporting features. With an online library exceeding 1,500 courses authored by more than 100 subject matter experts, RedVector.com serves more than 200,000 AEC professionals in all 50 states.

The recipient of numerous community honors and industry awards, RedVector was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Tampa, Fla. For more information, visit www.RedVector.com.


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