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Interactive training technology is a cut above

A pioneer in the field of interactive education and training, List Premier is at the cutting edge of training technology.

Combining a traditional classroom approach with modern technology—including the interactive touch board and interactive animated software—List Premier's programs and methodology are designed to place students in practical learning situations and give them opportunities to develop their intellectual, emotional and creative expression.

Founder and Executive Chairman Professor Dr Johann DeBeer, believes List Premier's programs bring key learning content alive in a whole new way on the screen, providing a 'hands-on, minds-on' learning experience which encourages interactive participation.

Established 18 years ago, List Premier initially focused on school based programs. They now produce industry recognised training and education programs presented on an interactive touch board for mine safety, technical trades and school classroom education.

Their 'Jungle Beat' English language programs cater for children aged 3–15 years, and are designed to make learning interactive, easy and fun. Complex concepts and information are simplified, and make learning enjoyable for students. The programs are also offered as a franchise model, providing access to education departments and schools worldwide.

The interactive safety training programs for mining and trades are changing employee attitudes towards health and safety, and resulting in better work practices. From safety induction to ongoing training and customised programs which meet the individual needs of clients, they are helping to lower injury risk and reduce client downtime.

Winner of several export awards, List Premier's interactive education programs have been adopted in 34 countries, across government education departments, public and private school systems, universities and multinational corporations.

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Last updated
18 July, 2017

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