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RedVector has been named a 2015 Corporate Philanthropy Awards Finalist by the Tampa Bay Business Journal for its outstanding philanthropic efforts and service to the Tampa Bay community
RedVector, in partnership with the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, launches new concrete training courses for engineers, building inspectors and construction professionals
A new, 8-course Applied Vibration Analysis Training Series from RedVector will aid industrial organizations and their employees in uncovering issues that may lead to downtime
RedVector finalizes its PSM online training series to help process industry workers manage hazards and reduce incidents resulting from the release of chemicals and other energy sources
RedVector, in partnership with ClickSafety, strives to help workers stay safe on the job by adding OSHA 30-hour Construction and OSHA 10-hour General Industry courses to its OSHA Online Training Program
RedVector releases 5 new online training courses to help organizations optimize productivity and eliminate waste from the manufacturing process using the 5S system
RedVector earns a spot on the 2015 TrainingIndustry.com Learning Portal Companies Watch List for its unique approach to delivering learning solutions and commitment to improving learning through technology.
In an effort to help make workplaces safer, RedVector expands its safety training offering to include nearly 40 foreign language courses
In conjunction with Global eTraining, RedVector will expand its Autodesk library by adding advanced training coverage on popular Autodesk 2015 software such as AutoCAD®, Civil 3D®, Revit®, Navisworks®, 3ds Max® Design and more.
Online education industry leader launches fuel and combustion systems safety courses to inform professionals about fuels, piping, combustion, controls, and the risks and safety codes associated with them