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Our instructors, through years of experiential training, know that different students learn in different manners. We know that basic learning is accomplished through affective, cognitive, and psychomotor responses and interactions. Our typical curriculum uses an array of methodology including computer presentations, videos, case studies, graphics and exercises. By using these presentation, discussion, and performance techniques we know that our adult learners will remain engaged and find the classes interesting and enjoyable.
To ensure that our message is getting across and that students understand the key objectives we employ the technique of “Socratic questioning” during the process to stimulate conversation and critical thinking. In most of our classes we generally follow up with short quizzes and or a written final test. The final test requirement is a highly recommended “best practice” that serves as a record of attendance and provides data for cross functional (customer and provider) auditing.