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Subject: 1980s establishments in Delaware, Continuing education
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Industry Continuing education
Founded 1984
Headquarters Wilmington, Delaware
Website Corexcel

Corexcel, formerly known as Inservice Training Institute, is an American provider of continuing education that was founded in 1984. The name was changed to Corexcel in 1998. Corexcel distributes profile assessments and training materials for organizations to evaluate their employees and present training sessions using their own in-house trainers. Corexcel also offers online courses for individuals and/or organizations to improve management, selling or basic interpersonal skills. Corexcel is accredited to award ANCC Nursing Contact Hours and IACET Professional Continuing Education Units (CEUs).


Inservice Training Institute (Corexcel) was founded in 1984 by Maureen E. Lauterbach. In 1997 the company was purchased by Momentum Management Group, Inc. and the name was changed shortly thereafter to Corexcel. Initially Corexcel offered public seminars for nurses and onsite training for the pharmaceutical industry. As the Internet grew in popularity during the early 1990s Corexcel began to move its public seminar offerings into an online format. A move was put into place to offer training resources for organizations to use to present their own training sessions. In early 2000 Corexcel became a distributor for Inscape Publishing and an affiliate of Vital Learning Corporation. Since 2007 Corexcel has been one of Inscape Publishing's Diamond Distributors which represent the top 1% in Inscape product sales worldwide. In 2000, and most recently in 2011, Corexcel has been recognized as a Marvin S. Gilman Superstar in Business award winner by the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.


Corexcel is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing education through the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Corexcel is an authorized CEU provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training.

Corexcel is an accredited business through the Better Business Bureau.

Profile/Assessment Products

Corexcel offers paper-based and online assessment profiles published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., formerly published by Inscape Publishing. Organizations use the psychometric assessments to improve communication, build teams, improve cultural understanding, promote diversity, build time management skills and improve listening. A few examples of these profiles include:

  • DiSC Profile
  • Team Dimensions Profile
  • Discovering Diversity Profile
  • Work Expectations Profile

Education Services

Organizations partner with Corexcel to offer nursing contact hours or professional CEUs for their continuing education programs. Corexcel also offers online courses in management, sales, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology and several other health related areas.

Business Skills Courses & Certificate Programs

Corexcel has a separated dedicated website for online Business Skills Courses and Certificate Programs. Courses and certificate programs are focused on the areas of:

  • Communication
  • Creativity & Innovation
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Job Search
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Nonprofit Management
  • Project Management
  • Sustainable Management


Corexcel has one location:

201 Webster Building 3411 Silverside Road Wilmington, DE 19810


"DiSC" and "Discovering Diversity Profile" are registered trademarks of Inscape Publishing, Inc.


External links

  • Inscape Publishing
  • Vital Learning
  • ANCC

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