How can educators possibly keep training consistently interesting or make relevant connections to each individual in the classroom every 15 to 30 seconds? The only viable answer is effort—curricula built primarily around engaging students through a deliberate difficult practice methodology.
By Kevin R. Glover, M.S., M.Ed., Vice President, Corporate Communications, Clinical Education and Sales Training, and Connie Murray, R.D., M.Ed., Director of Clinical Education and Sales Training at B. Braun Medical Inc.
The 2013 Association of Learning Providers
ISA is the only industry specific association devoted exclusively to the issues and needs of executives in the training industry.
Our purpose is to create and share success. That means building the bottom line. But it’s more than that. It’s also about satisfaction in your work, and pride in the contribution you make. ISA members bring a rich variety of experience and expertise to the table. All members share a passion for learning, for new ideas, for better solutions, and for succeeding in the business we love.