Improving and expanding skills are critical to your organization’s success. But shorter content and more engaging training isn’t enough. The most successful organizations are shifting to a performance-based learning model that includes assessing, practicing and skill validation.

The Brandon Hall Group 2022 study, “Transforming Learning and Development for the Future of Work,” shows practical, hands-on learning is critical for improving technical skills in 82% of organizations. Is experiential learning part of your ecosystem?

Join Skillable’s chief product and technology officer, Frank Gartland, to learn the foundation for delivering and scaling virtual, hands-on learning even in the fast-changing and demanding work environments of today.

You will learn how this practical, situational learning method can deliver quick evidence of employees’ strengths and development areas to accelerate their career growth, while you get the insights you need to plan for and even stay ahead of critical talent shortages.



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Frank Gartland, Chief Product and Technology Officer, Skillable

As chief product and technology officer of Skillable, Frank Gartland oversees the transformation of training to skilling through challenge-centric learning, hands-on skill development and performance-based validation. Frank challenges teams, partners and customers to create better methods to scale learning. He thrives on helping people reach their potential and loves building businesses that enable people to make a positive impact. Prior to joining Skillable, Frank was CEO of Veeya, a managed service provider focused on serving K-12 with technology as a service, where subscription revenues increased more than 300% during his tenure. Frank has been innovating with virtual classroom technologies and content since 1999 when his team first delivered fully online, instructor-led training for Cisco, Microsoft, EMC and others. As vice president of products with iLinc, Frank led the transformation of the virtual classroom system used by Global Knowledge, and more than 2,700 others, and he led Microsoft Virtual Academy to become and international learning community. Frank lives in Arizona with the loves of his life: his wife, Rochelle and four kids.