1. You gain valuable knowledge and skills by “doing” instead of just watching.
By exploring the tools and combining the visual aspect with the physical aspect of “doing” the learning curve is not as steep.
2. You retain the material better.
There is a huge increase in the amount of information that is retained by students who are given the opportunity to practice what they are learning in the form of hands-on training.
3. You learn in a relaxed, friendly and stress free environment.
When you are away for the everyday stress of the office, you reduce interruptions, while using state of the art equipment and hands-on technical support.
4. You work thorough issues with personal guidance from a caring instructor.
When you run into a problem, you have an expert right there to help you.
5. Your Critical thinking skills increase in a hands-on environment.
Students must make decisions on what to do next to receive the outcome they are striving to obtain.