CPS’s team has international qualifications, and graduate degrees from universities on four continents. All team members have strong global business experience that support their academic backgrounds.
We use a competency-based approach. Glynis is qualified by City and Guilds of London in both instructional design and training assessment. The competency-based method is considered best practice by most universities in the USA, and in the world. USF agrees.
The method that underlies most training designs is activity and interaction. Another guiding principle is that CPS training makes people think. We push our participants towards towards the higher cognitive functions (analysis and evaluation). When designing activities, we use models such as multiple intelligences, so that all types of learners will find a way to enjoy and engage with the material.
In IT training, this applies as well. Computer training is by nature interactive, but there are a huge range of training skills that are needed here to complement IT knowledge before one is a great computer trainer. Bobbie Russell, head of CPS’s computer training, has formal training qualifications as well as years of experience in the art of training. Together with his vast range of computer qualifications and status as a test proctor, Bobbie Russell is the best of the best in top-level technology training.