Topic: Interviews


Company Spotlight: Workplace Training Network

Original publication: Bis Safety Software

Unique, Impactful, Highly Interactive Training

Workplace Training Network, Inc. (WTN) has been a leader in interactive human resources training for 29 years, proudly serving a variety of supervisors, employees, health-care providers, public officials, and more since 1992. WTN, in conjunction with their strategic partner, Impact Compliance Training, provides interactive, engaging, and powerful “edutainment” on a wide range of workplace topics, with a primary focus on compliance training re: harassment, and discrimination. President and Founder, Kit Goldman, is constantly looking for new ways to provide the most powerful and compelling training possible Kit has navigated WTN through the challenges of COVID-19 by moving further towards online training.

What places WTN ahead of the competition is their use of “prime time” real-life scenarios to deliver content to any audience. By using professional actors to reenact scenarios, WTN provides training that is relatable, and engaging, rather than a list of facts. Kit Goldman, and her partner, Memo Mendez, started in the entertainment industry, and brought “edutainment” back with them to human resources training. During their training work with MGM Studios early on, their approach to training was praised for its “edutainment” value by executives. Kit and her team ran with this approach.
Today, harassment training is their most profitable course, and is the core program of WTN. In the United States, there are 6 states that require harassment training, and each has their own specific requirements which are always evolving. To stay on top of any changes with respect to compliance, WTN uses relationships built with other service providers to strategize ways to continually update their training services. WTN has not only created courses to satisfy the requirements in every state but have expanded their services to cover training requirements in Canada.



NBC San Diego News interviews Kit Goldman

Are you ready to be EDUTAINED? THEN DON’T MISS THIS INTERVIEW of Kit Goldman by renowned coach and dynamic Professor of Communication, Jeffrey Klubeck, M.A. :

– Historical anecdotes from a Gaslamp District Pioneer
– The Power of Advocacy and “having a cause”
– Skill migration insights for those facing career transition
– The importance of workplace training for employers and employees
– The story of Memo Mendez and the birth of Workplace Training Network
– The true meaning of “Edutainment” and its value for workplace training
– A preview of the May 3rd Workplace Communication Program at The University Club…