Knowledge Factor and New England Organ Bank's Tissue Donor Eligibility Course Now Accepted for Continuing Education Credits

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Confidence-Based Learning™ Leads the Way for Education in Tissue Bank Industry: Knowledge Factor, the leader in Confidence-Based Learning™, today announced that the Tissue Donor Eligibility course developed in conjunction with New England Organ Bank (NEOB) has been approved by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) as an accepted course for Continuing Education Units (CEUs). NEOB's Tissue Donor Eligibility course was deemed sufficient to qualify for 10.89 CEUs based on the quality of the learning experience and the time normally spent taking the course.

Knowledge Factor, the leader in Confidence-Based Learning™, today announced that the Tissue Donor Eligibility course developed in conjunction with New England Organ Bank (NEOB) has been approved by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) as an accepted course for Continuing Education Units (CEUs). NEOB's Tissue Donor Eligibility course was deemed sufficient to qualify for 10.89 CEUs based on the quality of the learning experience and the time normally spent taking the course.

AATB Certified Tissue Banking Specialists are required to obtain 40 AATB-approved CEUs within each three-year accreditation period in order to maintain their certification.

"AATB was pleased to support a new and innovative approach to training by approving the CEU's," said Diana Buck, Director of Tissue Operations of New England Organ Bank. "Confidence-Based Learning provides the ability to quickly build and measure peoples' confidence and knowledge in the processes and regulations that govern our industry. This is what differentiates this program from other training programs."

The Tissue Donor Eligibility course is designed to provide an overview of the relevant FDA regulations in effect as of May 25, 2005, the 2006 11th Edition AATB standards, and industry practices required for the performance of functions related to Tissue Donor Eligibility. This course was developed in collaboration with LifeNet, LifeCell and New England Organ Bank. Visit http://neob.knowledgefactor.com for more detailed information.

Knowledge Factor's entire focus is delivering mastery to its clients. The company's patented CBL System™ is designed to accurately measure the knowledge quality of professionals, isolating confidently-held misinformation and doubt, and quickly and effectively remediating knowledge and confidence gaps until professionals have total mastery of their discipline. By doing so, the CBL System reduces the risk of mistakes, significantly reduces training time and produces professionals who can put correct, confidently-held knowledge into action.

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.

The New England Organ Bank

The New England Organ Bank is the oldest independent organ procurement organization (OPO) in the country. It is the federally-designated OPO for all or part of the six New England states. In addition to this regional coverage, NEOB provides services to Bermuda. Through its nine regional offices, NEOB serves twelve transplant centers with the combined capacity to perform all types of organ transplantation. NEOB shares organs regionally and nationally through the United Network for Organ Sharing's (UNOS) national network. For more information, go to http://www.neob.org.

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