Distance learning seminars for the LINKS classroom simulation software, 14-16 Dec 2010 and 4-6 Jan 2011
LINKS Simulations Immersion Experience
LINKS Train-The-Trainer Seminar
Five 1-Hour Teleconferences + 4-Round LINKS Simulation Event
December 14-16, 2010 and January 4-6, 2011
Registration is available for the next three-day LINKS Train-The-Trainer Seminar for the LINKS simulations. Randy Chapman, the LINKS author, leads these intensive-mode, distance-learning events for faculty and advanced doctoral students interested in learning more about teaching effectively 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, and supply chain management variants.
There is no cost to participate, but participants are responsible for their teleconference long-distance dial-in calling charges.
LINKS Train-The-Trainer Seminars are available to faculty and advanced doctoral students wishing to learn more about teaching effectively 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/TTT/EMttt.pdf [Enterprise Management]
http://www.LINKS-simulations.com/TTT/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.
Contact Randy Chapman (Chapman@LINKS-simulations.com) with any questions or to register for a LINKS Train-The-Trainer Seminar. Seminars have limited enrollment to permit comfortable discussion opportunities during the five 1-hour teleconferences.