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ProBility Media Corp. (PBYA) Delivering Labor Force Excellence as Study Shows Importance of Continuous Workplace Learning

The modern Career concept is going through core changes, as employees now enjoy the prospect of multi-decade-long careers but the half-life of skills is falling rapidly, according to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2017 report ( These new workplace realities are forcing companies to completely change the way they manage careers and to focus on delivering ongoing learning and development opportunities to their employees. Most companies have already shifted toward the digital learning model, where leading EdTech service providers such as Probility Media Corp. (OTCQB: PBYA) are providing high-quality training courses and materials for career advancement and workforce excellence.

The Deloitte report shows that this year more than ever, executives are aware of the issue and are working hard to offer their employees continuous learning as a means to ensure business success. Compared to decades ago when employees learned to gain skills for developing a career, nowadays the career is a journey of learning where they push for continuous skill development and the ability to learn and progress.

A total of 83 percent of respondents in this year’s survey said their business was shifting toward open, flexible career models ( that offer employees more enriching experiences and assignments instead of the traditional, static progression, and this new learning and development model seems to pay off, the report underlines, as companies that offer dynamic career models actually outperform their counterparts by providing employees with continuous learning opportunities focused on their professional development and advancement.

It is with this goal in mind that leading education technology company Probility Media Corp. is working to provide consistent high-quality online training to prepare the workforce for excellence. Servicing a wide range of customers, from small- and medium-sized businesses to enterprise level corporations, the Houston, Texas-based company is the first to offer full chain career advancement, basically creating the first full service career advancement and training brand in the technical fields.

With a focus on offering advanced training to individuals from graduation to career placement and beyond, ProBility Media has become a key resource of industrial training for customers in various trades, including engineering, electrical contracting, plumbing contracting and fabrication, and the company is already expanding into additional vocational industries with the same full chain of education, training and certification. The company’s business model is disrupting the industry by defragmenting a market that currently has multiple separate companies that service multiple verticals in more than 60 skilled trades.

Through its continued expansion via strategic acquisitions and organic growth, ProBility Media has now become one of the largest wholesalers of the national electric code through its division, National Electric Wholesale Providers. Through its construction training division, ProBility offers programs in 22 states with the goal of servicing all 50. The company’s platform includes virtual reality training opportunities for crane operators, which are likely to be applied to other fields as well, along with advisory services and online learning subscription services for enterprises, resulting in recurring revenue streams.

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