METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
1. Good opportunities for questions and discussion
2. Course content can be flexible
3. Course can be completed in one day and still cover required material
4. Less expensive
5. No computer skills required
1. Harder to retain information
HANDS ON TRAINING
1. Completed work can be taken home and used as a guide
2. More likely to retain the information learned
3. Can get individual attention
4. Usually smaller class sizes
1. Introductory course needs two days and is more expensive
2. Some computer skills required
Note: Karsten Frydenlund will be instructing the S.I.A.S.T. sponsored classes in Saskatchewan.
ONE ON ONE TRAINING
1. Your computer and your books
2. At the end of the day, your books are ready to use. You don’t have to come home from a class and try to remember what you learned.
3. No traveling required.
1. More expensive