Education & Training Kiosks

OK, you've just finished your training budget for the year and for the umteenth time, eliminated critical programs because you just don't have enough trainers to go around. That's where we come in.

Almost no one has a staff large enough to provide live training for every learning need in the organization. Self-directed training, powered by FTI's mediaSUITE, is a great way to accomplish your training mission and leverage your scarce training resource.

Interactive training systems can be easily configured to present subject material using combinations of text, graphics, videos, sounds and Internet content far more effectively than any single medium can.

And, you can use "training" systems to educate customers while they wait in your lobby or when they visit your booth at a trade show!

Here are example menu and content screens from a system that teaches customers about the benefits of preventive maintenance for their personal vehicles:

Improves learning and saves costs!
Traditional learning tools such as books and even videos are linear. It's hard to skip around to find the material you want. Interactive systems are self-directed. Their "menus" are set up to encourage direct access to the each subject, in no particular order.

Multimedia gives users the ability to grasp subject matter in the way best suited for them. Some people like to read while others may need reinforcement from pictures, narrations, and videos. Only interactive, multimedia systems accommodate all learning styles. In addition, users can replay materials at any time during their session.

Interactive training systems save owners and administrators valuable time, resources, and money. Instructor time is reduced, as are resources used for evaluation and grading. And, since all of the content is controlled by the administrator, with no programming skills required, it's easy to present training materials in the learner's preferred language without the need to hire translators for each of your facilities.

Maximizes Efficiency
Whether designed for in-house or public use, interactive training systems make use of time that would otherwise be non-productive or lost. Placed in a cafeteria or break room, interactive training systems are perfect for sharpening the skills of professional staff between assignments and after work. In shopping malls or theater lobbies, interactive training systems are perfect for educating the public about health issues and public services.