Saturday, January 31, 2015

LTC4 Pushes for Core Competencies in Legal

“While feature-based training leaves it to the user to figure out how to apply a feature to real-life work, workflow-based scenarios teach the most efficient use of the feature as part of realistic workflows. This quickly helps the user transition from learning a skill to applying it. Because of its context-sensitivity, this approach also helps users — at all levels — easily apply what they have learned to their job function. Some core competency scenarios may even be approved for continuing legal education credit (depending on the state), making training even more appealing for attorneys.”

“LTC4's subject matters including Legal Documents; Document and Email Management; Collaborating with Others; Time and Billing; Security Awareness; Presentations, among other topics. Three areas are being developed, addressing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996; e-discovery and new business intake.”

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