What’s Your Learning Style?

Posted Tuesday, Jul 10, 2012 by admin

Discover your learning style and change the way you see the world-and possibly the way the world sees you.

Everyone learns in a different way. We’ve all developed learning skills since the moment we were born. Most people don’t realize that their learning style will remain mostly the    same throughout their lifetime.

One of the most important things you can take away from this information is that your learning style has nothing to do with intelligence. But understanding how you learn best can help you get the most from your studies.

The three main learning styles are:

  • Visual – This style is the most common for people who learn by seeing. Blackboards, written material and overhead projectors are a favorite.
  • Auditory – This style benefits people who enjoy listening to a presentation or participating in a class discussion.
  • Tactile – The tactile method works best for a person who likes using his or her hands to learn.

Here’s What Everest Offers

Everest offers training programs in health care, criminal justice, IT, business and the trades for many students who learn best in a hands-on learning environment. Admissions can help you locate a program that fits your lifestyle and career goals. And throughout your training, Everest will be there every step of the way to help you succeed.

Everest provides small-size classes where qualified and knowledgeable instructors can share their experiences with you. Many of the fellow students you’ll meet have the same passion to succeed. Throughout your training and after graduation, we’ll help you develop industry contacts and search industry job boards and employer websites.

Why Contact Everest?

When you contact Everest, you’re taking the first steps toward possibly building a better life through education. You learn about the programs offered, financial aid for those who qualify and careers you may be able to pursue upon graduation. Everest can help you discover your own learning style and find success.

With a new career, you can aspire to a better life and become a valuable member of your community.

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