"Our approaches to training have been empirically tested through Australian Research Council funded research and are based on the Cognitive Load Learning principles developed by Professor John Sweller (Emeritus Professor, University of NSW) and Professor Paul Chandler (Dean of Education, University of Wollonggong)."
Major features of our interactive training programs include:
>> A powerful methodolgy, developed and tested by extensive academic research.
>> Interactive use of an arrow to guide users through a powerful but easy to use process.
>> Each training activity containing details of the number of steps and which step the user is currently on. Users can stop at each step for as long as necessary to understand the concept being taught.
>> A powerful inbuilt Learning Management System (LMS) that keeps track of user progress. Each activity allows for the following information: (i) Time taken to complete an activity; (ii) Status of the activity (completed or not); (iii) Last date launched; and (iv) Times attempted.
>> A choice of undertaking an activity on a step by step basis, or randomly selecting up to five different entry points to rapidly find the training area of interest.
>> Backward and forward buttons to quickly check previous steps to ensure undertaking of the different training concepts.