New Horizons Computer launches Mentored Learning

Initiative designed to offer alternative to instructor-led training

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New Horizons Computer launches Mentored Learning New programme designed to offer alternative to instructor-led training. (ITP Images)
By  Manda Banda Published  September 6, 2011

New Horizons Computer Learning Centre Dubai, an IT training centre based in Dubai has launched Mentored Learning, an easy and effective way to maintain productivity while increasing capabilities of trainees.

The Mentored Learning program is a unique training initiative offered by New Horizons Center worldwide. This revolutionary training module provides an easy option to students who cannot attend the regular schedule of the traditional instructor-led training [ILT] programmes.

"With the Mentored Learning method, we provide a paradigm shift in the learning process. It provides students with simultaneous access to information delivered via audio and video, a simulated production environment, an in-person certified instructor to provide one-on-one Coaching/mentoring."Students access courseware at a workstation with two monitors; the tutorial is viewed on one while simultaneously practicing on the other. The flexible Mentored Learning classroom hours offer students a comprehensive learning experience to effectively maximise their potential," said Mohammed Aslam, chief executive officer, Human Soft Learning.

He added that new Horizons Dubai is proud to bring this unique training module to the region. "Our multi-sensory learning method will allow students to control their training schedule, the content covered and the pace of the training while receiving one-on-one support from a qualified mentor. High quality video lectures are presented by a certified instructor and students complete hands-on exercises to ensure proper skill development," he said.

"We partner with these companies and organisations in order to provide businesses and individuals with the most effective learning experience available in the industry. These partnerships enable us to offer authorised curriculum, which guarantees vendor-approved content and delivery methods," said Aslam.

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