Peter Buswell Brings More Than 25 Years of Experience in the IT Training Industry.
Phoenix, Ariz., May 21, 1997-- ComputerPREP, a leading provider of training materials, today announced Peter Buswell, a 25 year veteran in the IT training industry, as the new president.
"Peter brings a breadth of knowledge and expertise to ComputerPREP that will help leverage our company to grow beyond a traditional training provider," said Owen Murray, marketing manager of ComputerPREP.
"ComputerPREP has already established itself as a leader in providing quality training materials," said Buswell. "I am committed to seeing ComputerPREP continue this growth to become the leading technology developer and provider of world class training and assessment tools" said Buswell.
Prior to ComputerPREP, he was vice president of International Business Global Knowledge Network in Waltham, Mass., where he created and developed highly successful online Internet based learning programs. He also was responsible for creating 34 international subsidiaries, benefit plans and banking facilities.
Buswell also worked for 10 years in the training division of Digital Equipment Corp. in Stow, Mass. He was instrumental in building the worldwide Custom Learning Solutions Organization from a $5 million to a $50 million division in just three years. Buswell has also held numerous management positions at Multi-Technology Corp., Continuos Learning Corp., Gould Corp., Data General Corp., and IBM.
Buswell earned a bachelor of science at Northeastern University in Boston, MA., and a masters of science in training development at Lesley College. He is an active member of the American Society for Training and Development and Customer Education Managers Association.
Based in Phoenix Ariz., ComputerPREP is a leading developer and publisher of personal computer courseware for the business software training market. Since 1983, it has provided training materials for major software releases and continues to develop new products and delivery methods in response to the evolving training and assessment needs of today's students and workforce.