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PFCA Rev. 1994 Summer:2-7.

Layered learning. Improved learning through phased education.


If you do have the time and money to put on a "train everyone all at once in every new skill they need" educational program, then by all means, "Go for it!" However, for the rest of us, this traditional approach to education just may make initial implementation of our restructuring designs impractical. For us, Layered Learning comes to the rescue. That's the up-side of Layered Learning. Sooner. Faster. Timelier. Safer. Healthier. Cheaper. A better approach to restructuring education. The challenge of Layered Learning is that it raises restructuring education from just another "to do" on a project plan to a strategic weapon to be carefully structured and put in place. By definition, we will have to make some tough decisions in terms of defining layers and interim designs. Still, more and more hospitals around the country are discovering that Layered Learning can be a powerful ally in their restructuring initiatives. You just can't turn your back on it.

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