New Horizons Charleston Integrated Learning takes students through all stages of the learning lifecycle to create a memorable learning experience. These effective learning solutions also allow managers to direct training in line with business objectives.
This approach is made up of five essential components - Assess, Learn, Reinforce, Support, and Validate.
The assess portion of the integrated learning approach helps students and companies identify why they need training. This may be to obtain various certifications or to improve job skills.
With assessment prior to training, students and corporate decision makers are able to identify what type of training is needed and at what level. This will help you choose the right solutions to maximize your investment.
We have Account Executives available to help you with this process. Contact us at 800-PCLEARN & 800-201-0555 to get started today!
At New Horizons Charleston, we understand that students learn different ways. Our Integrated Learning solutions allow students to choose from a variety of learning methods that fit individual learning styles, or business training needs including:
- Traditional, Instructor Led Classroom Training
- Online LIVE Learning
- Online ANYTIME Learning
- Onsite Group Training
- Private Classes
Our different training delivery methods allows students and training managers to control the training schedule, the content that they want to learn and the pace of the training.
As part of our Integrated Learning model, New Horizons Charleston provides our students tools to help retain course material including:
- Hands-on labs
- Reference Materials
- Practice Exams
- Learning Guides
- Exam Preparation
Our support resources are an extension of our reinforcement tools and include:
- Ongoing Account Executive Consultations
- New Horizons Learning Management System (LMS)
- Technical Help Desk Support
- Training Administration
Within the last validate step of the learning process, the student or corporate training manager will be able to identify the learning that occurred, the areas that still need to be mastered and the value of the skills and knowledge acquired.
This is accomplished through:
- Course evaluations
- Certification exams
- Post-class assessments