Who is this designed for?
Groups or individuals who find it less practical to travel. It’s ideal for situations when different persons have different learning needs, or entire Teams need to come to a common level of practice and credentialing quickly. We’ve conducted tutorial training for Medical Schools, Professional Societies, Hospitals, Group Practices, Industry Professionals, and private individuals on every topic imaginable. And every hour addresses the requirements for ICAVL, ICAEL, or AIUM credentialing CME.
What’s the minimum and maximum size group?
There are no limits: no restrictions on size, time, hours, or days of the week or year. We’ve worked with professionals from one-on-one to groups of several hundred; evenings, weekends, and holidays are all the same to us.
What’s the cost vs. attending a public class?
Cost is based on the number of participants, the scope of the training, and the location. Travel is fixed at estimated actual expenses. Tuition cost is based approximately the same as our public courses, and the final project cost reflects substantial savings when factored over multiple attendees.
How can I justify the expense when I can arrange an Applications Specialist or local consultant to come in?
It depends on your goals and long-term objectives: Applications Specialists inevitably have a plane to catch; consultants are temporary labor. Neither is bad, but we're better. Our consistent focus is on your immediate and lifelong competence . It’s for this reason that we offer post-conference support in perpetuity, for free. For these reasons, many clients have chosen us as their sole-source, in-house resource for allied health and physician training over decades.