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Training Course Delivery Systems

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Course Delivery Systems - Electronic, Interactive, Local, Remote

Computer, Web & Paper-Based Systems

DTB has developed delivery systems for educational and technical information for commercial, military and  government enterprises around the world.

Whether we are designing an in-process information delivery system for commercial employees or Computer-Based Training (CBT) for military personnel,  there are a few common advantages:

Initially, a comprehensive analysis is performed. Objectives are identified that coincide with the needs of the learning-users. Your syllabus is examined and course content is deployed in a systems designed for optimal delivery. System-types can be dependent upon delivery environment, user-level, process integration and other specialized requirements.
Training course delivery systems can be designed to mark specific milestones. Routine knowledge assessments clearly demonstrate the relationship between performance objectives and learning. As training progresses, results are measured, reported and reviewed to gauge effectiveness.
It is important to note that the method of delivery can be as important as the course content itself. Outcomes can be greatly enhanced by interactive methodologies, goal reinforcement and results analysis among other factors.

Properly designed and deployed information delivery systems create a highly accessible, user-centric learning platform that is engaging and intuitive for users and can provide enhanced results.
Computer-Based Training  

CBT course structure provides distinct advantages over traditional methodologies.

Computer-based training (CBT) is a broad term describing a system that may include all forms of text, links, photos, video,  interactive 3D illustrations, animations, audio, databases interfaces, pop-up user guides and more. CBT content can be delivered on a variety of platforms and at any point in your process.

Different data sources and representations can be blended to motivate and educate the user and results in greater overall retention. Complex subject matters can be made more comprehensible through visualization and interactivity.

DTB will design your course delivery system with your company's specific needs in mind.

Interactive learning media is delivered via the web, your company's intranet or discrete modules. Information can be targeted to any type of device and users and on any type of schedule. Accessibility at optimal learning points achieve unmatched effectiveness.

Instructor-Independent Courses  

An important note is that CBT courses are typically (but not always) instructor independent. They are usually deployed without an instructor, and so are less dependent on a particular teacher's ability and availability. The 'instructing skill' is built into system design, function and presentation. CBT offers the flexibility to access classes at any time as well as during allied process - training when the user needs to know.

DTB builds our educative systems to be just that — systems that educate and satisfy our customers' requirements. We make sure we understand your objectives as well as the needs of the students and personnel.

We model the mechanics of the course to achieve the objective efficiently and cost-effectively

CBT Course Implementation  
Core Competencies:
• Complete Project and Course Management
• GUI (Graphical User Interface) Design
• E-Learning Programming Experts
• Graphics: Technical Illustration
• Reusable Learning Objects (RLO)
• Intelligent Graphics
• Animation, Simulation
• Alpha Testing, Engineering Analysis
• Certification and Survey Development and Design
• SCORM, ADL, and S1000D compliant solutions

Uniformly Repeatable:
• Eliminates scheduling problems
• Serves as both initial or continuing training
• Lower life cycle cost of effort and material
• Typically less costly, easier to update then traditional methods