on-site and online professional development and personal
enrichment classes to companies, government agencies, schools,
and the public (see
client list). Using current
research findings from educators and neuroscientists we show
adults how to learn and process new information more efficiently
and effectively. Specifically, we show them how to use
personal learning and thinking style
to collect, record, analyze, and apply new information quickly
But since learning new information is only part of the equation
we also show adults how to successfully communicate their
knowledge to others inside and outside of the workplace.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
When adults take
class to acquire new skills, or improve their existing skills,
they can feel extraordinary pressure during a 1-day class to
learn and retain all the information they need. If the
training program 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 project deadlines while they are sitting
in a classroom for several days, their attention will be divided
between the training content and those project deadlines.
At Target Learning, every on-site training class and public
seminar includes our unique
Extended Instruction Program.
This program provides each training participant six months of
unlimited online follow-up with their instructor. As a
result, participants who need additional help after the
training class can contact their instructor to receive customized
advice based on their personal learning and thinking style,
as well as their specific work situation. Our Extended
Instruction Program also improves the learning efficiency of
the participants since they won't feel the pressure to learn
and retain everything during the on-site portion of the training.
In addition, we provide each participant with a comprehensive
workbook that contains all the relevant program strategies with
easy-to-apply implementation steps. See
We do all of this because we know that adults learn better when
they have some control over the learning process, and when they
have the tools and support to help them develop their learning
and communication skills well into the future. See