Kent State’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development Receives the 2018 LERN International Award for Excellence in Brochure Design | e-Inside | Kent State University

Kent State’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development Receives the 2018 LERN International Award for Excellence in Brochure Design

The 2018 Learning Resources Network’s International Awards named Kent State University’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development as the “Best Brochure Design” for the center’s fall 2017/spring 2018 Catalog of Professional Development Offerings.The 2018 Learning Resources Network’s International Awards named Kent State University’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development as the “Best Brochure Design” for the center’s fall 2017/spring 2018 Catalog of Professional Development Offerings.

Kent State’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development partners with area employers to meet their talent development needs with customized on-site employee training, and public professional development programs and certificates.
   
Learning Resources Network recognized the Center for Corporate and Professional Development from a field of more than 200 applicants. The category award for brochure design observes excellence in the design of the print brochure or catalog.
   
“Given the high caliber of the other applicants, we are thrilled and honored to receive this award,” says Amy Lane, associate vice president for corporate and professional development at Kent State. “This is a reflection of our center’s high-performing team of skilled, dedicated professionals with whom I am privileged to work.”

The International Award for Excellence in Brochure Design was awarded at the annual Learning Resources Network conference in Portland, Oregon, which took place from Nov. 15-18.
   
Learning Resources Network is the world’s largest association in continuing education and lifelong learning, offering information and consulting expertise to providers of continuing education and customized training. Founded in 1974, the network serves more than 9,000 professionals every year.

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