As citizens of countries and employees become comfortable using mobile technology, there is an opportunity for the workplace to deliver training using mobile technology. Using mobile learning allows employees to learn just in time, in their own context, and for continuing professional development. This paper will present information and results on a collaborative mobile learning research project between education and industry. The paper will present results on two delivery formats that were used for the training. One format used blended learning where the training was delivered using a combination of classroom instruction and independent study. The second format used only independent study where participants completed the training lessons at their own convenient time when they were mobile. The training lessons were delivered through a mobile learning application (app) that was downloaded on participants' mobile devices. Upon completion of the training, participants completed a questionnaire to obtain their feedback on their experience with the mobile deliver formats. This research project has implications for how training is delivered in the workplace using mobile technology. It will inform the workplace on best practices to deliver training in the workplace using mobile technology.