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  One of the key aspects that make training from Technical Training, L.L.C. so effective is our method of instruction. "Hands-on" is one of the phrases we use in describing the workshops, but it's really much more than that. It's the essence, we feel, of the entire learning process. 

People learn best by doing, not by sitting and listening to someone talk about a subject. In our workshops we will spend from ten to fifteen minutes discussing an area. Then, the students will go right into the lab session and actually work with the devices that are being discussed. They will get to rig up an experiment and see how that component behaves under various circumstances. Immediate hands-on reinforcement of what was just discussed occurs. 

The workshops are intensely interactive in nature. Students feel good about the training and participate enthusiastically in the discussions and hands-on exercises. The instructor uses Interactive Teaching to elicit feedback from the students. The instructors are all specially trained to deal with the students at a troubleshooter's level. 

The last statement brings out another important reason the training is so effective. The students are learning information that troubleshooters need to know, not a mess of design engineering information, theory, or heavy math that really doesn't concern them in how they do their job. Many are finding topics presented in a manner they can fully understand for the first time ever. This builds their confidence and enthusiasm in what they are doing. Participants are encouraged to discuss problems they may be having on the plant floor. 

All in all, it boils down to this. The students will learn what troubleshooters need to know in a hands-on manner that provides immediate reinforcement. Feel free to contact us if you require additional information. Also, we encourage you to contact any of our previous customers for additional feedback on training. 


220 W. Emerson St. Princeton, In. 47670
Phone (812) 677-2845 Fax 812.386.3004
E-mail: tradestraining@yahoo.com

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