NHI Philosophy on Learning
NHI's Philosophy on Learning promotes the development of training that is engaging,
effective, and enjoyable for participants and instructors alike. This simple set
of principles has endured for over 40 years and has contributed to the successful
training of thousands of transportation professionals.
For more information about NHI's Philosophy on Learning, please browse the resources
Tutorial: NHI Philosophy
on Learning and Course Development Process
A short, on-demand presentation that introduces adult learning principles, instructional
system designs, and NHI's course development processes.
International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET) guidelines
for the development and delivery of high quality courses that warrant the award
of continuing education units (CEUs).
Approaches for ensuring that NHI courses address current transportation issues,
engaging participants, and build upon the knowledge and skills that adults bring
to the training.
A five-phase process for analyzing training needs as well as designing, developing,
implementing, and evaluating courses.
Information on the evaluation that measures knowledge before and after training
to verify the participant's achievement of the course outcomes.
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