Target Learning has offered online and on-site seminars and business coaching throughout the United States since 1998. Using current research findings from educators and neuroscientists we show adults how to learn new information more efficiently and effectively at work, school, and home. Specifically, we show them how to use their personal learning and thinking style to help them comprehend, retain, and recall new information from any source. But learning new information is only part of the equation, we also show adults how to communicate effectively with colleagues, team members, supervisors, clients, and vendors to ensure their message is understood and acted on in a timely manner.
WHAT MAKES OUR PROGRAMS DIFFERENT?
When adults take a course to acquire new skills, or improve their existing skills, they can feel extraordinary pressure during a one-day seminar to learn and retain all the information they need. If the seminar last several days, they will have more time to practice their new skills but applying new skills in a classroom is quite different than applying them in a busy work environment. And if adults face several project deadlines while they are sitting in a classroom, their attention will be divided between the seminar content and those deadlines.
At Target Learning, our on-site seminars provide each participant six months of unlimited follow-up with their instructor. As a result, participants who need additional help after the seminar can contact their instructor to receive customized advice based on their personal learning style and their specific work situation. Our Extended Instruction Program also reduces the stress of the participants since they won't feel the pressure to learn and retain everything during the on-site portion of the training.
And to ensure each participant receives the tools necessary to succeed, we always provide a comprehensive workbook containing the seminar strategies and implementation steps. We do all of this because we know that adults learn better when they have some control over the learning process, and are given the opportunity to immediately apply their new skills in the workplace.