Interval Training Reinforcement

Short and Concise Courses Contain Just the Right Amount of Information

Many training programs spread themselves thin, offering too much information. With our burst learning model, instead of overwhelming students with too much information that is easily forgotten, each short course uses interval reinforcement to “drive home” a few key skills. This ensures that students gain a complete understanding and are able to use their new skills back on the job.

Focus Ensures Skills Get Retained and Applied

Using interval reinforcement within our seven active learning components, each course presents 2-3 key skills an average of 135 times. Most training programs present 5-7 skills an average of 40 times. They try to cover too much information, sacrificing retention and application.

By using multiple adult learning methods within our seven active learning components, we are able to present a few skills many times. Students stay engaged and learn more.

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Leadership Training
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