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Happy Computers introduces Speed Learning days
Training provider Happy Computers has launched a series of 'Speed Learning' days on which students can choose a different subject to learn every hour to create their own course.
Happy Computers chief executive Henry Stewart said: "A delegate might start with Excel Pivot Tables, then move on to Outlook mail-merge, before having an hour of Stress Relief. And that's just the morning. Or a completely different set of options. Each student decides what they want to learn."
The first Speed Learning day, on 15th May, saw 72 delegates switching between up to 14 different choices every hour. Henry Stewart said: "I have to say the logistics were complicated. But our people did an incredible job and the buzz was amazing. One learner said he hadn't felt so energised on a course for years."
Happy Computers says it is planning more Speed Learning days over the next few months. This will include Speed Learning days specialising in Excel, Access, management training and the various aspects of online social networking.
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