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McCulley/Cuppan Announced Today The Launch Of A New Series Of Web-Based Training Programs For Professionals In The Biopharmaceutical And Life Science Industries
Date:12/11/2008

McCulley/Cuppan announced today the launch of a new series of web-based training programs for professionals in the biopharmaceutical and life science industries. The web delivered "short" courses are one hour in duration and designed specifically for the busy professional looking to refine their technical writing skills.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) December 11, 2008 -- McCulley/Cuppan announced today the launch of a new series of web-based training programs for professionals in the biopharmaceutical and life science industries. The web delivered "short" courses are one hour in duration and designed specifically for the busy professional looking to refine their technical writing skills.

"We understand that many professionals do not have the time to attend skill seminars that take them away from the workplace for the day. Additionally, most people do not find sitting in a webinar for three plus hours to be an appealing way to learn new concepts. Hence the creation of a suite of one hour webinars that focus on narrowly defined elements of scientific and regulatory writing." said Burke Johnstun, E-learning Program Manager at McCulley/Cuppan. "Our E-learning Division is developing a full suite of eight training programs we call Short Course Webinars."

About McCulley/Cuppan Short Course Webinars
McCulley/Cuppan will launch in January 2009 the first three in the series of Short Course Webinars. Each one hour webinar is directed at a specific element of scientific and regulatory writing. Detailed information on each short course can be found on the McCulley/Cuppan web site.

The initial Short Course Webinars are:

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