Learning is often about creatively applying ideas
Henderson, NV (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
Compass Business Solutions develops and delivers courses that teach students about implementing, supporting and using communication solutions, and that also prepare students for Cisco certification tests. The Future of Learning Scholarship focuses on a student's perspective on how games can be utilized for learning. The employees at Compass jumped at the chance to participate in this process and learn about their future students.
“Learning is often about creatively applying ideas,” stated Jules Trono, President of Compass. “No matter how important the information is, a student has to be interested while learning to truly retain it. That’s why this Scholarship really resonated with us.” Compass is the largest provider of telepresence and videoconferencing training in the US and also offers private training sessions globally.
“We couldn’t help but see the genius in this scholarship approach,” said Donna Wyvill, Content Development Manager for Compass. “The students are encouraged to be creative, think about the future, and have some fun. Extra points are given for a collaborative approach to the learning objective, where results can be shared. What a great way to see how this generation approaches the challenge of learning.”
The Future of Learning Scholarship will be awarded at the end of May. More details about the scholarship can be found at http://borderless-learning.com/future-of-learning/.
Students or companies interested in learning more about Compass’ training programs in the US and globally can visit http://www.compassprogram.com, and can contact Lisa Santiago at +1 (760) 688-4045 or +1 (877) 234-0635 for more information.
About Compass Business Solutions
Compass, the nation’s largest provider of telepresence and videoconferencing product line training, provides a one-stop resource for sales, technical and end-user training for visual communication products.
Compass Business Solutions is a learning company focused on helping people use and support video communication and telepresence technologies to improve their business. Training sessions follow a best practices approach to optimize all aspects of video usage and support. Compass was founded in 2008 by industry professionals who have been working with telecommunication and video technologies since 1989 and who helped launch Tandberg University in the USA in 2006, then becoming Cisco’s first authorized TelePresence Specialist Learning Partner in the US.