First, let me start by saying I wish you, your family and your organization theverybest during this unprecedented time of the COVID-19 pandemic. As my family welcomed our second grandchildlastweek, we experienced very real concerns related toour health,communitiesand impactof exposureacross a network of loved ones.
As a nation, wehave experienced sickness, pandemic and fear spread throughour communities, businessesand homes. Wehave seen urgent action takenby federal, state and local governments. I want to take a moment to speak to you directly, as an employee, business owner, father andfellowhuman.
I amfortunate for my health, and the health of my employees and their families.I am fortunate for the landscape of our business and that wehave the ability toservice our students and clients in aremote deliverynon-contact learning environment. I am fortunate for our clients, whohavedecided tocontinue toinvest in their employees’ professional development while working remotelywhile theirorganizationshavebeenshutdown.
A year from now, we will look back at this time as atremendouschallenge wehaveovercome. We will recognize those individuals who worked swiftly and tirelessly to service our studentsas they transitionedfrom a traditional learning environment toOnlineLive®. We will look at our partners who collaborated to bring quick solutions, alternatives and content to our students and clients during this paradigmshift.We willappreciateour neighbors as we showed each other respect, comfort, empathy and support during this time. We will look back at you and thank you for yourcontinuedcommitment to excellence.
Today, we are learning how this will impact us tomorrow and for the foreseeable future. We open ourcommunication avenues andour minds to each other to collaborate, shareideas and resources, and createa community that will thrive. During this time of information overload, media chaos and uncertainty, we are here to serve you. Please let us know how we can help you in any way during this time.
We look forwardto theday soon whenwe can shake your handand welcome you back to our brick and mortar training locations. Until then, we thank you for the opportunity to utilizetechnology to teach technologyalong with leadership and developmentand empower you to succeed through learning.
Kevin Landry| CEOKML Enterprises Career Development LLC | New Horizons Career Development Solutions | New Horizons Learning GroupWe Empower People to Succeed Through LearningLocations in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah
How We Are Supporting You During This Time
New Horizons, in accordance with CDC, WHO, State, County and City guidance has closed our brick and mortar training locations for two weeks, beginning on Monday, March 23, 2020 through Friday, April 2, 2020. We will be serving our students and clients remotely with OnlineLive®and eLearning trainingoptions. Our enrollment, training, operations and support teams are still available to assist you via phone, email or chat.
Additionally, New Horizons has created a series of free webinars, resources and workshops for you and your organization to participate with during this time. The business model is constantly evolving. Training and managing remote workers and teams – a rarity just a few years ago – is now a common occurrence, especially since COVID-19. Working virtually offers unique advantages and challenges as well as adjustments for new remote workers. View All COVID19 Resources Here