No matter the sector, the fundamentals of good analysis are universal. We build quality training programs which apply critical thinking skills, structured analytic techniques, and creative thinking strategies so students learn how to create useful insights. We maximize student interaction and hand-on application of these skills instead of only talking about them in lectures.
Whether you need help developing a training program from scratch or you’d like to supplement your current program, Intrepid Minds employs the best practices of instructional design and education to develop courses and measure their effectiveness. This means improved use of resources and better trained analysts.
The implications of technology in our society and its future are complex and far-reaching. We give analysts the skills and methods do get better results with more data and fewer resources.
Each training need is unique. Tailoring a training development approach to your needs means you maximize both resources and outcomes.
We will create a customized solution to create learning experiences everyone can be excited about.
We’re a group of educators and technology futurists who quit our day jobs to focus on our passion: helping analysts develop the skills to move beyond description of situations and into examination, explanation, and prediction. Doing so requires critical thinking skills, creative thinking skills, reliable methodologies, and communication skills. Intrepid Minds trainers have more than a decade of experience teaching analysts how to go from passive observers of information to synthesizing new insights. The results speak for themselves: within three months of our launch in 2015, we were winning awards for our work and we have remained profitable since our inception. We are so excited for what the future is going to bring.
Critical thinking skills rate among the most important, yet under utilized skills in all levels of education. We incorporate the use of critical thinking skills into every lesson so students learn by practicing.
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