New Horizons Computer Learning Centre UK in Partnership with Toolwire Launches Innovative Enterprise LiveLabs Solution

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New Horizons, the World's largest Independent IT training company in partnership with Toolwire, a learning solutions provider specializing in products and services for experiential learning, launches new Enterprise LiveLabs. This solution is proven to be the quickest and most effective way to develop skills and ensure ongoing competency with technology. Hands-on labs solution helps individuals refresh their skills in safe for testing environment and provides the highest retention of all learning methods.

Business growth depends on productive, skilled professionals who need to be up to date on the latest technology. As its rapidly changing, the need for up to date expertise is even more acute, making it increasingly difficult for technology professionals to keep pace.

Hands-on labs solutions help to address this problem, it helps individuals refresh skills and provides the highest retention of all learning methods. Learning by doing is the quickest and most effective way to develop skills and ensure ongoing competency with technology.

Live labs provide on-demand, personalised practice with live systems for blended training initiatives. User’s step through a series of guided actions, works through real-world scenarios, and actively controls live equipment. Unlike simulations, labs allow for learning-by-doing in a “trial and error” fashion much like learning to ride a bicycle. An internet connected web-browser and intuitive user interface lend further ease of use to the experience.

Enterprise LiveLabs is a powerful, scalable, reliable, hosted lab solution for delivering training anywhere, at anytime. It unifies lab delivery under one hosted, centrally managed and automated offering. Labs are well suited to learning complex technologies where participants need the freedom to experiment, test their current skills and gain competencies far beyond familiarity with basic concepts. Because the training is inherently interactive, learners are able to personalize the learning experience based on their experience level.

New Horizons are proud to bring this innovative learning solution to its customers. Since 1982, New Horizons Computer Learning Centres has grown to become the largest independent IT training and computer learning company worldwide, with courses ranging from the very technical Microsoft MCSE training course to the more common Microsoft Office training for applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. New Horizons offers both classroom and e-Learning options for virtually every desktop application used in the world of business. Now with hands-on labs solution, shown to have the highest retention of all learning methods, New Horizons computer training offer get even more exciting.

“Hands-on labs have become a crucial component of our industry leading computer training curriculum, providing step-by-step detailed descriptions and instructions, guidance through real-world scenarios, and active control to live equipment.” said Vijay Shankar, Training Manager at New Horizons.

New Horizons in partnership with Toolwire bring you a rich experiential learning experience – keeping pace with changing technology, engaging the learner, and providing access to real-technology

Toolwire is a learning solutions provider specializing in products and services for experiential learning. Toolwire is setting the standard for lab based learning that is a cost effective addition to blended learning programs. Today’s business dynamics demand greater market agility and competitiveness. Leveraging experiential learning enables these companies to achieve the productivity increases they demand, to meet these challenges, while attaining a greater training ROI.

Hands-on labs are proven to be the fastest way to skill people on rapidly changing, complex technologies. It’s also shown to have the highest retention of all learning methods. Unlike simulations and on-the-job training, labs enable “learning by doing” without jeopardizing production systems. Learning by doing is the quickest and most effective way to develop skills and ensure ongoing competency with technology.

Details can be found on http://www.nhtraining.com

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