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The Lane Report, Workshops to train Louisville residents to work in sales

First two-day workshop scheduled for January

Date Published: 12/10/2015

Louisville is looking to train residents to be able to fill the city’s growing number of unfilled sales positions. The city has launched Louisville Sells, a training program that combines online education with hands-on workshops to build the skills to become a successful sales professional, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.

Over the course of the two-day workshops, participants will complete online courses through Lynda.com, a comprehensive online class site. The workshop will be facilitated by local employment experts, and will end in an employer panel from companies such as JAVS, Impact Sales Systems, ADT, Roppel Industries, and Signarama Louisville-East. The workshop will consist of interactive mock sales activities and live sales presentations.

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