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ROI: Return on Investment Delivery Medium Up to Date Content

Pre course planning is used to apply the guidelines prescribed in adult learning theory and designate the training service for addressing client-specific performance objectives.

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Client management and project leaders select the delivery medium and courseware specific to its operational requirements and budget.

The CETi board of directors will be evaluating methods and tools for measuring pre and post course information technology skills training. This includes testing which qualifies or restricts employees from enrolling in a CETi course. It builds upon a New York State Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision pre course recommendation. The assumption is that post course evaluation data will be made available to independent accredited third parties. The web-based information gathering will be integrated with the tuition assessment payment system.


ROI: Return on Investment

Client Review Process
1- How its Employees Can Efficiently and Best Learn

Demonstration of Prerequisite Knowledge - Required

Provide Foundation for Deductive Reasoning

Extrinsic Employee Motivation Required

Review and Reinforcement of Subject Matter and Performance Objectives

Require Subject Matter Expert Centered Content Delivery

Require On-premises Classroom Instruction

Require Availability of Optional Self-paced Learning

Learning Support - Informal and Available Outside of Standard Business Hours


2- Required Training Outcomes:

Post Course Evaluation - Client, Vendor, Third Party, or Combination of All Three

Meet Organization-specific Standards

Generate Project Deliverables - Grade the Deliverable

Meet Certification Standards - Source Software Company

Meet International Standards - Demonstrate


Delivery Medium

The selection of the delivery medium is based upon the client hardware and software technology in place, the nature of the subject matter, and presenting employees with multiple ways to master information technology subject matter: pre course studying, review questions for lessons, on-the-job training workshops, remedial instruction, supplemental advanced exercises, and answers to common questions.

Delivery Medium
       
  Instructor-led training with a Web-based Learning Option  
Distance-learning E-learning
       
  Synchronous Blended Hybrid Delivery Asychronous Delivery  

It is standard practice to review the client's transmission delivery infrastructure. The prospective client will need to confirm the quality of service forwarding the data to the geographic locations of the trainees and internal quality of service for the bi-directional delivery of data up to and through the local area network or wireless mobile devices.


Up to Date Content

Computer Education Techniques courseware extends industry standard textbooks, NRV curriculum, and source vendor documentation. CETi courseware is designed for use in teaching and with either the client or independent third party measurement of the mastery of information technology subject matter.

  Presentation Outline   Technology Updates   Copyright Acknowledgement   Performance Objectives  
  Textbook   Textbook Extensions   Textbook Prioritized Reading   Textbook Reviews  
  Training Aids   Examples Workshop Objectives   Exercises  
                   
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It is highly valued in those areas of information technology where there is a scarcity of industry standard textbooks: IBM mainframe systems, open source software, and increasingly hybrid information technology.

The CETi courseware library is being transitioned for use in multiple delivery medium and to meet the standards of the New York State Department of Education Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision.

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