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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
The Telecommunications Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95
The Health Care Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95
The Insurance Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95
The Banking Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95
The Oil and Gas Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


The Telecommunications Industry Overview: Version 4

The Telecommunications Industry is to the modern world what the central nervous system is to the human body. Made of a complex set of sectors and subsectors and a variety of stakeholders, this industry builds, maintains, and operates networks to supply an essential service to customers globally. The industry players produce communication equipment and deliver a set of voice, data, and broadband services using wire line or wired infrastructure of cables, networks, servers, computers, and satellites. This industry is highly sensitive to the slightest change in regulatory, technological, and economic factors and has its own share of challenges largely stemming from these factors. With wireless and broadband providing the needed momentum to their growth, the industry players adopt unique strategies to overcome these challenges and move forward to connect people to people and organizations. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the telecommunications industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It identifies the main sectors of the Telecommunications Industry and its business drivers, and reviews the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment and the current trends in the industry. Finally, this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome its challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main business drivers of the telecommunications industry
  • match telecommunications services subsectors with their products and services
  • recognize the telecommunications industry business model
  • classify key competitors in the telecommunication services sector
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • identify telecommunication industry challenges
  • categorize strategies for overcoming telecom challenges

The Health Care Industry Overview: Version 4

The health care industry is one of the largest industries in the world, and it has a direct effect on the quality of life of people in each country. The industry is under constant pressure to improve the quality of its delivery, streamline operations, and cut costs, while providing safe, affordable, and cost-effective care. Operating in a highly sensitive and regulated environment, industry players need to constantly adjust their strategies and processes to meet the ever-increasing demand and compliance requirements. As a result, they are constantly looking at ways to eliminate inefficiencies in the value chain, to address issues of access, to improve quality, and to reduce cost. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the health care industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the health care industry and its business drivers, and review the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment and the current trends in the industry. Finally, this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome its challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the health care industry
  • match health care industry sectors with their products and services
  • recognize the health care industry business model
  • classify key competitors in the health care industry
  • recognize examples of current health care industry trends
  • recognize examples of health care industry challenges
  • categorize strategies for overcoming health care challenges

The Insurance Industry Overview: Version 4

Comprised of a variety of stakeholders, the Insurance industry provides products and services that are designed to protect businesses and individuals from risks. The industry players deliver risk coverage, while attempting to manage their own risks in an environment that is subject to regulatory requirements, competitive forces, margin pressures, and changing customer demands. Insurance companies adopt unique strategies to overcome these challenges and to propel growth and market share in a global environment. This course helps learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the insurance industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It identifies the main sectors of the insurance Industry and its business drivers, and reviews the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment, and the current trends in the industry. Finally this course outlines key challenges facing this industry and presents common strategies that industry players are adopting to overcome challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the insurance industry
  • recognize insurance industry sectors
  • recognize the insurance industry business model
  • classify key competitors in the insurance industry
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • recognize examples of insurance industry challenges
  • categorize strategies for overcoming industry challenges

The Banking Industry Overview: Version 4

The banking industry is a vital component to individual, business, national, and global financial well-being. This industry builds and maintains financial relationships with customers of all sizes to supply financial products and services that stimulates economic growth. The industry players produce an assortment of services from savings accounts to home and business loans and mortgages, and from check cashing to underwriting. This industry is sensitive to regulatory, technological, and economic factors and has its own share of challenges largely stemming from these factors. With emerging markets changing the landscape of global economic wealth and new generations of customers demanding faster and more innovative products, the industry players adopt unique strategies to overcome these challenges and move forward to deliver financial objectives to people and organizations. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the banking industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It identifies the main sectors of the banking industry and its business drivers, and reviews the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment and the current trends in the industry. Finally, this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome its challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main business drivers of the banking industry
  • match banking sectors with their products and services
  • recognize the banking industry business model
  • recognize key competitors in the banking industry
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • recognize examples of banking industry challenges
  • categorize strategies for overcoming banking industry challenges

The Oil and Gas Industry Overview: Version 4

The oil and gas industry is a key player in supplying the world's energy, transportation, petrochemical, and fertilizer needs. Comprised of both national and independent oil and gas companies, the oil and gas industry supplies the products needed to heat homes, provide transportation by running engines in motorized vehicles, increase food production through fertilization, and create plastics for countless uses. The industry uses a supply chain to provide oil and natural gas products from locations around the world and deliver them to consumers throughout the world. Industry players adopt unique strategies to overcome the challenges of supplying a non-renewable resource by finding new resources with improved technological, business, and diversification strategies. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the oil and gas industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. The course will identify the main sectors of the oil and gas industry and its business drivers, and review the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment, and the current trends in the industry. Finally, this course outlines some key challenges that the oil and gas industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome these challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the oil and gas industry
  • match oil and gas industry sectors with their activities and services
  • sequence the stages in the oil and gas industry supply chains
  • classify key competitors in the oil and gas industry
  • recognize current industry trends
  • recognize oil and gas industry challenges
  • categorize strategies for overcoming oil and gas industry challenges
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Industry Overviews Part 1 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252593
  • Duration:
    5 hours
  • Price:
    $199