because it requires learners to solve challenges that they experience every day on the job. They can make mistakes while gaining proficiency, without having real world consequences.
Minneapolis, MN (Vocus) July 1, 2010
Kinetic Learning (http://www.kineticlearning.com), a pioneer in the development and delivery of revolutionary online learning programs, has announced that it is designing multi-lingual learning certification programs for health care professionals, patients and medical device manufacturers.
“The Kinetic Learning methodology, which is based on the simple premise that people learn best by doing, is ideal for medical device competency,” states Perry Schwartz, CEO of Kinetic Learning, “because it requires learners to solve challenges that they experience every day on the job. They can make mistakes while gaining proficiency, without having real world consequences.”
Because the learner can only advance by demonstrating mastery of the content, courses cannot be completed successfully unless all challenges are correctly solved, the hospital or clinic has the assurance that device proficiency meets the highest professional standards. “We’re confident that this learning program will improve user proficiency and satisfy the FDA’s ever-increasing demands for use standards,” adds Schwartz.
Kinetic Learning delivers a consistent message for learners around the world. It reduces risk by ensuring that clinicians possess sophisticated product knowledge and certification, before using a medical device on a patient. “We believe that this is a major breakthrough for device makers as well as medical professionals,” says Schwartz. “In the future, we anticipate a substantial migration of continuing medical education into online learning to augment classroom training. The Kinetic Learning methodology is an ideal delivery system, allowing independent learning at a time that is convenient for the clinician and patient, while also challenging the user to achieve the highest competency and proficiency.
For more information about Kinetic Learning contact: Perry Schwartz at 952.933.1210 or by email email@example.com or visit http://www.kineticlearning.com.
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