Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 17, 2006
Knowledge Factor announced it will participate in the American Association of Tissue Banks Annual Conference in San Diego September 9-12 to demonstrate what Confidence-Based Learning is doing to improve the performance and level of compliance among specialists in tissue donor eligibility and organ donation programs. The Company will discuss how three leading organizations – New England Organ Bank (NEOB), LifeNet and LifeCell – have teamed with Knowledge Factor to create Confidence-Based Learning programs aimed and improving knowledge mastery in the industry.
Knowledge Factor is the developer of the patented Confidence-Based Learning Systemtm – the only product in the world that delivers and validates mastery and does so through an engaging and easy-to-use online platform. The Company recently partnered with NEOB, which joined with funding partners LifeNet and LifeCell, to create courses to improve the level of knowledge and confidence tissue bank personnel bring to their jobs. Complete familiarity with federal regulations and confidence in applying them in family consultations is critical to improving donor consent rates. The first available course, focused on Tissue Donor Eligibility, is available at http://neob.knowledgefactor.com . Additional CBL-based courses are in development and may be discussed at the conference.
“As a trainer for many years in Tissue Banking, and through my exposure as a member of the development team, I can say without hesitation that Knowledge Factor has developed the best system for training individuals on almost any subject," said Ralph Powers, Director of Technical Training & Education at LifeNet. "The work we have done here is only the start. I look forward to future collaborations with Knowledge Factor to create programs in other essential subject areas. I’m grateful to the New England Organ Bank for being the catalyst behind the production of this exciting learning solution.”
“Mastery is the next frontier in the life-critical industry of organ and tissue procurement,” said Mark Dreher, Chief Executive Officer of Knowledge Factor. “Ensuring that these significant workforces have complete mastery in their job roles will save time, money, and, most importantly, lives.”
Knowledge Factor, Inc.
Founded in 2000, Knowledge Factor has gained national acclaim for its unique ability to take learners in corporate or educational settings to a state of total mastery – confidently-held, correct knowledge put into practice. Knowledge Factor is the leader in Confidence-Based Learning and owner of a patented process that measures and fixes both knowledge and confidence gaps among employees. The Company's CBL Systemtm measures competency, validates learning and provides rapid and targeted learning solutions to organizations and individuals that need to achieve mastery. For more information, go to http://www.knowledgefactor.com.
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