LINKS Train-The-Trainer Distance-Learning Seminars, 15-17 Aug 2007
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LINKS Train-The-Trainer Distance-Learning Seminars
Registration is available for the next three-day, intensive-mode Train-The-Trainer distance-learning seminars for the LINKS simulations. Randy Chapman, the LINKS author, leads these distance-learning events for academic faculty interested in learning more about teaching with LINKS. This intensive-mode seminar format includes 5-6 hours of work per day during the three days of the distance-learning seminar.
The LINKS simulations portfolio includes enterprise management, marketing, services management, and supply chain management variants.
There is no cost to participate in LINKS Train-The-Trainer seminars. However, participants are responsible for their own long-distance calling charges during the five one-hour teleconferences.
LINKS Train-the-Trainer distance-learning seminars are scheduled for August 15-17. A total time commitment of 16-18 hours (including pre-reading of the LINKS participant’s manual) is typical.
Train-The-Trainer distance-learning seminars are available to academic faculty wishing to learn more about teaching with LINKS prior to adoption and use in instructors’ courses. Details about LINKS Train-The-Trainer seminars may be accessed via these case-sensitive URLs:
http://www.LINKS-simulations.com/EMttt.pdf [Enterprise Management]
http://www.LINKS-simulations.com/SMttt.pdf [Services Management]
http://www.LINKS-simulations.com/SCttt.pdf [Supply Chain Management]
Descriptive material about the LINKS simulations may be accessed via the LINKS website:
Complete participant’s manuals may be downloaded from the LINKS website.
Please contact Randy Chapman (Chapman@ChapmanRG.com) with any questions about these LINKS Train-The-Trainer seminars or to register for a LINKS Train-The-Trainer seminar. LINKS Train-The-Trainer seminars have limited enrollment to permit a comfortable opportunity for discussion during the daily one-hour teleconferences.