CPI's new blended eLearning option combines online and classroom experiences
. This innovative training teaches the same proven skills, supports the same principles, promotes the same philosophy and adheres to the same quality standards as traditional MAPA®
training. The difference is in the delivery.
Certified Instructor Benefits
|24/7 Content Access. Learners select the time frame that fits with their schedule.
Comfortable Pace. Self-directed learning includes options to pause and review throughout.
Save and Return Convenience. Learners can save their work at the end of each module and return to it later.
Knowledge Base. During the classroom session, learners are ready to build upon basic concepts.
|Classroom Efficiency. Key terms, definitions and concepts are already in place, instructors can teach more staff in less time.
Improved Confidence. The classroom session can focus on content application and practice to boost confidence and competence.
Professional Development. Instructors gain new instructional skills.
Flexibility. Classroom time can be adjusted for different staff groups.
|New Employee Access. Optimise your organisation's new employee orientation process with immediate access to the course.
Consistent Priorities. All staff can support a positive work environment with the same basic knowledge, approaches and priorities.
Increased Scalability. The increased flexibility of staff time helps limit the obstacles associated with organisation-wide training.
MAPA® Blended Learning consists of two components, and both are necessary for completion of the programme.
The Blended Learning experience starts with your participants completing the online portion of the course, which introduces them to the basic concepts of MAPA®
training. During the online experience, participants use a downloadable Learner's Guide that takes them through each module, encourages note-taking, and challenges them to consider their own workplace realities and apply the content. Participants bring their Learner's Guides filled with their own reflections to your classroom session.
Learners come to the course with a foundational knowledge (key terms and definitions) already in place. They will be prepared to discuss how they can apply the models and techniques learned, and they will practice these skills in the classroom. The classroom is also where participants learn and safely practice any applicable physical disengagements and/or holding skills for managing risk behaviour.
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Call us on 0800 244 674
to purchase seats for your participants. Seats give participants access to the online portion of the programme and the Learner's Guide. Your seat order includes online guidance, plus a printed Job Aid for each participant.