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General Physics Corporation Aligns With Bismarck State College - National Energy Center of Excellence to Award College Credits for GPiLearn Courses

Global performance improvement solutions provider General Physics Corporation (GP), a subsidiary of GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX), announces a new alliance with Bismarck State College (BSC) National Energy Center of Excellence, allowing individuals the option of applying completed GPiLearn modules toward an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree from BSC.

Starting in the fall of 2008, BSC will offer college credit for over 290 lessons available on the GPiLearn training portal. These programs help train and educate incumbent workers in the energy industry. Over 24,000 power industry personnel are using GPiLearn as an integral part of their career-path training.

GPiLearn is an online training portal that provides learning solutions for the power industry. There are over 3,200 lessons and exams available on GPiLearn. By using GPiLearn, clients can create custom curricula for their personnel using blended learning solutions. The curricula can include classroom courses, oral boards, job performance measures, comprehensive exams, as well as GPiLearn lessons and exams. GPiLearn was launched in 2002 and currently has over 180 power industry clients. More information about GPiLearn is available online at www.GPiLearnWBT.com.

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