Education as we know it
The traditional courses found in the course providers are courses that extend over a continuous period of say 5 days. Teaching in this way is far from efficient. It may be difficult to draw a number of employees out of a busy day. In addition, the company loses money in terms of lost labor and employees can eventually manage to get accumulated a backlog of work for the days they have been trained.
Teaching is best done by "hands-on". One must work with the teaching, not only in a course situation where supported by the teacher but also in everyday life, where the real problems and issues arise. This is achieved not by a compressed courses over consecutive days.
As an alternative, we have divided the course into smaller parts which are placed after business hours and once a week á example 3-4 hours. In this way, the workday is not affected and students have the opportunity to work / discuss it taught untill the next lesson. At the next teaching session, the question is asked, which proved the instructor. practical work with what you've learned.
Courses are held onsite at businesses. Making sure the company itself for: suitable classroom computers for students, projector for the instructor and any meals. Thereby, the course price. participates significantly below what would otherwise find at other training providers.
Comparing this with the teaching merged into students' days - is the whole economy even more.