Learning Tree

  www.learningtree.com
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Headquarters Reston, VA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1974
Type Company - Public (LTRE)
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

This tree of knowledge won't trick you into eating evil apples, it will, however, further your knowledge of information. Information technology, that is. The Learning Tree offers more than 200 courses, including professional certification programs, to IT managers in corporations and government agencies. The bulk of the company's course library focuses on information technology topics such as Web development, programming languages, network security, and operating systems. Learning Tree has a growing list of management training offerings as well with courses in business... More

Working at Learning Tree

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Employees say it's “OK”   45 ratings

2.8

11% Approve of the CEO   27 ratings

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David C. Collins

CEO

Great Employer, Flexible Work/Life Balance, Excellent Managers

  Former Employee in Reston, VA

Pros: I was at Learning Tree working in the Marketing Department for a year and a half and have nothing but good things to say about the company. It surprises me to see some of the negative reviews as my personal experience was completely opposite.

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Instructor (Itil Curriculum) - Hourly

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Marketing

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$64,424
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Product Manager

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in El Segundo, CA Jul 2009 – Reviewed Oct 11, 2013

Interview Details – I started working there through a temp agency. In order to get the temp job, I had to do an interview and a writing test. Once they realized that they would need me full-time, they offered me the job because they had liked my work.Full Interview

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I had to do a writing test. It was writing a brochure page and FAQ on a topic I knew a lot about. Answer Question

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