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At PrimeServ Academies, both customer personnel and our own staff receive up-to-date training and know-how that only an OEM can provide. Trainings are made for intern staff, end customers, licensees, authorized service partners and graduates.
The field support of MAN products is dependent on the knowledge and experience of engineers. Our courses enable the participants to further hone their skills and technical expertise.
MAN products stand for quality, performance and persistence. To fulfill this criteria, quality work and maintenance is essential. At PrimeServ Academies, Electricians, Fitters, Operators and Maintainers will obtain maximum knowledge, understanding and competence regarding maintaining MAN products.
Courses are also for office staff may not be working on engines and machines. Office personnel such as sales, surveyors and commercial agents are welcome to enhance their technical of soft-skills at PrimeServ Academies.
The task of a manager is to attend to and support their employees in the best possible way. We can help you to extend your leadership abilities on technical levels and show you how to take responsibility for your team.
Studies have proven that in a typical conversation 55% of the data is transferred via body language, 38% via voice (tone, speed, intensity, dialect) and only 7% depends on the actual content.
There are 2 primary models of Web-based instruction:
Blended learning is the use of more than one mode of delivery to deliver the course content. The participant usually learns in part through online delivery of content and instruction.
It combines and aligns learning undertaken in instructor based training with other modes of delivery.
eLearning is the use of electronic media and information and communication technologies (ICT) in education. eLearning can occur in or out of the classroom. It can be self-paced, asynchronous learning or may be instructor-led, synchronous learning. eLearning is suited to distance learning and flexible learning, but it can also be used in conjunction with lecture based training, in which case the term blended learning is commonly used.
There are several types of eLearning:
Virtual classroom training (VCT) (synchronous) Courses that are presented by an instructor through an internet connection to an audience similar to a web conference. Subject matter cannot include role playing, supervised exercises, or behavioral coaching.
Computer based training (CBT) (asynchronous) Courses that use a web based format but are self-paced courses run from a local PC instead of through an internet connection. CBT's are an interactive method of learning used typically for technology, managerial and supervisory curriculum. CBT is an interactive instructional approach in which the computer, taking the place of an instructor, provides a series of motivations to the student ranging from questions to be answered to choices or decisions to be made.
Web based training (WBT) (synchronous or asynchronous) Courses that are delivered over the internet or intranet using a web browser. These course can be delivered anywhere, anytime. These courses are generally use a Learning Management System (LMS) to manage them. Depending on the technology, WBT's can include streaming audio / video, webairs, forums and instant messaging.
eAssessment is the use of electronic media and information for any assessment related activity. eAssessments’ purpose is not to learn knowledge, but to assess the participants’ current knowledge level.
eAssessments are distributed over the internet and intranet and can be executed by any modern web browser. Beside the technical prerequisites the examinee needs only a valid access code which is usually issued via e-mail.
Due to its obvious similarity to eLearning, the term eAssessment is becoming widely used as a generic term to describe the online, browser-based and centrally managed evaluation of people.
eAssessments can occur in or out of the classroom. It is self-paced, asynchronous learning.
Pre eAssessment (asynchronous) A pre eAssessment is used to assess a participant’s knowledge level prior to attending a learning course. The results can be used later to measure the progression level of the participants knowledge.
Post eAssessment (asynchronous) A post eAssessment is used to assess a participant’s knowledge level following attendance in a learning course. The results are used to determine a pass or fail criteria and / or remediation plan. In addition, the results are an indicator of the participant’s increase in knowledge.
Placement eAssessment (asynchronous) A placement eAssessment is used to provide a participant or their superior the ability to evaluate the necessity of qualification measurement on a certain subject, or range of subjects and to identify a minimum qualification level.
Courses that are delivered by an Instructor of Facilitator in a traditional classroom or workshop setting. Best mode of delivery for extensive practical work stations.
A course (or module) can include more than 1 method of delivery.
Lecture based A method where the instructor lectures the course content to the participants. Typically the theoretical content is lectured then reinforced with practical exercises.
Role playing A method where the participants are given different roles to act out. This type of training is typically for behavioral training.
Practical work A method where the participants are assigned a task at a work station. For example: a work station equipped with all tools, service information and work order on a set time limit, the participants should demonstrate application of their learned knowledge.
Group work A method similar to the practical work station however normally in larger groups and not typically technical in nature. The task may be perhaps to observe the correct operating procedures on a simulator. Usually group work is followed by a review session to discuss the results and possible lessons learned in a group atmosphere.
Self-study A method where the participants are given assignments to complete self-paced on their own. For example: "Research where to find the service procedure to remove a cylinder head on a specific engine".
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