“I found the webinar useful and enjoyable. Since attending, I have implemented what I learned and am having much more success & less stress associated with managing my emails”. Eve Khomsi, Administrator, LGC

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"Over the next four years, however, we expect corporate email accounts to increase at a faster pace than consumer email accounts."

The Delivery

The email training provided by Emailogic is upbeat, engaging and fun. It addresses all levels, from the post room to the boardroom and focuses primarily on the behavioural use of email.

Emailogic email training covers everything people need to know about how to control their email. It is tailored to fit with all the email etiquette and communication issues specific to your organisation. It is also continually updated with new content to deal with emerging technologies.

Client feedback consistently says that the Emailogic interactive seminar is “engaging”, “enlightening” and “hugely beneficial”. It is relevant for all email users whatever their ability or level.

Email etiquette training

Email etiquette training is easy to justify. Proven results are measured before and after people attend. These always demonstrate significant changes.

Emailogic appreciates that companies need to train in different ways.

We offer 4 simple delivery methods and guarantee you will achieve great results whichever method you choose.

We deliver   -  Seminars or Webinars delivered by Emailogic

You deliver  -  Seminars delivered by your trainers licensed by Emailogic
E-learning    -  Emailogic e-learning delivered to your users' desktops

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“We have tried changing staff use of email by sending out written communications - with little impact. It is clear, now we are working with Emailogic, that training is needed to unlock these engrained email behaviours.” Ajun Budda, HR Director Fellowes