Is There An Easier Way to Learn? Everest Thinks So!
Posted Monday, Nov 23, 2009 by
At Everest, we don’t just think there’s a better way to learn–we know there’s a better way to learn.
That’s because our classrooms and programs are designed to give you the best possible chances of getting an education that you can leverage to hit the ground running when it comes time to launch a career.
Here’s How It’s Done:
Instructors to Show You How
It means a lot when you have access to instructors who know first-hand about what they’re teaching in the classroom. We think this allows them to bring a different level of passion and energy to the subjects and projects you’ll be immersed in. With this kind of commitment to your excellence, we think you’ll learn quicker and easier.
Hands-on Training that Gets You Involved
There’s nothing like getting involved at the ground-floor level. Just imagine being able to work with the kind of equipment in the classroom that can be found on the job on day one of your employment. Combine this option with the traditional classroom approach to learning, and we think you’ll be in the winner’s seat before you know it.
Small Work Teams
Working on a small work team has its advantages. Instructors are able to circulate about the classroom more freely. This means you’re more often privy to one-on-one attention if and when you need it.
It also means you get to work closer with your peers that have many of the same goals and passions that you do about life. Support means everything, and we’ll try our best to make sure you get all that you need–from the moment you start training until it’s time for you to get better acquainted with our employer data base.
Imagine getting short-term training in the field of your dreams. And then imagine interviewing for a job in less than a year from the date your career-training program starts! *
Does this sound exciting and something you’d like to get more information on?
If so, don’t hesitate to contact Everest today to find out more.
*Programs may vary by length and campus.