3 ways to use our books for training
If you need to put together a quick, self-instructional course...
Just give our books to your trainees.
Because all our books are designed for self-instruction, they will teach your trainees the skills that they need. Then, your trainees can demonstrate what they've learned by doing an on-job training assignment. Or, you can use the tests on the Instructor's CD to test comprehension and the projects on the CD to test performance.
Yes, it's that easy. When it comes to self-instruction, our books will outperform every other book or course at a fraction of the cost. And after your trainees have used our books for instruction, our books are the best on-the-job references that money can buy.
If you want to improve an existing course...
Just get our book on that subject, hand one copy to each trainee, and recommend the book as supplementary reading for the course.
Before long, you'll notice that your trainee's questions
in class are better, that your trainees are doing better
on the tests, and that they're doing better on their
projects too. Most important, if you check on-the-job
performance when the class is over, you'll find that
our books are your trainees' favorite reference…and,
yes, they will be doing better on the job.
If you want to start a new course using standup instruction...
Get our book and the Instructor's CD for the subject of the course.
On the Instructor's CD, you'll find PowerPoint slides for reviewing the book's content in class, tests that let you test for comprehension, and projects that let your trainees prove that they can apply what they've learned. Then, you can plan the course by selecting the slides for the topics that you want to present in class, the test questions that you want to use, and the projects that you want to assign.
To get the maximum benefit from our materials, though, please make sure that each trainee gets a copy of our book for use both during class and on the job when the class is over. That way, your trainees will be able to review what you've presented in class and learn other topics on their own. They will also have the ideal on-the-job reference so they will continue to improve their performance long after the course is over.