DRM International Learning Center, LLC specializes in providing Fast, Flexible & Affordable construction & healthcare training, but what does this mean?
DRM International Learning Center, LLC offers courses over 2 to 8 week periods while also providing students with the same amount of, if not more, instruction time or “contact hours” that they would receive at a traditional post-secondary institution over the course of a semester.
How do we do it?
Traditional post-secondary institutions typically offer courses over a 15-week period, with 2-3-hour classes occurring twice per week.
15 weeks * 2 days per week * 2 or 3 hours per day = 60 – 90 hours per course.
Each course that we offer runs for 8 hours per day, 5 days per week. This means that a student attending DRM International Learning Center will be in class longer each day, but for less calendar weeks.
2 – 8 weeks * 5 days per week * 8 hours per day = 80 – 320 hours per course
Why do we do it?
Many students overlook how cost of living expenses can increase the total price of receiving an education. When a student is in school for 9 – 12 months, that’s 9 – 12 months of living expenses that the student has to pay for in addition to the education costs.
By offering the same number of hours but in just 2 – 8 calendar weeks, students of DRM International Learning Center will be able to receive in demand job training while keeping living costs to a minimum.
To accommodate for the variability and sometimes unpredictability of our learner’s schedules, we provide our classes on days, nights & weekends. We also provide each of our classes on a monthly basis and entry points for our classes start approximately every two weeks.
This allows our students the flexibility to choose a career training schedule that best fits their lifestyle.
DRM ILC strives to provide training that is affordable for our students. This is why we offer courses that start at just $899 and our most expensive course is only $7,499.
Job Search Assistance
Most of our students are looking for immediate employment, and because of this, DRM International Learning Center, LLC provides resources to assist our graduates in finding employment in their industry.
This includes resume building skills, performing mock interviews, inviting local employers to class to discuss what they look for in prospective employees, externships (for students who qualify) and job referrals.
DRM International Learning Center, LLC believes that students should have an active role in the learning process if they are to fully comprehend and acquire the core skills & knowledge specific to an occupation. Therefore, DRM International Learning Center, LLC instructors practice what we call “Interactive Instruction” that is designed to shift the learning process away from the traditional passive acquisition method to an active acquisition method.
Interactive instruction requires the instructor to create novel learning activities that includes the student in each step of learning process.