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Integrated Learning

Extend your education beyond your chosen learning discipline by participating on a cross-learning project where you will interact with learners enrolled in other programs.

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Community Learning

When you enroll in any of our programs you will gain access to HL360.NET our Learner's Portal which provides you access to content to all of our programs. You will also be able to participate in peer-to-peer learning using our KNOG - KNowledge blOG.

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Learning to Learn

The rapid pace of change causes knowledge to quickly become obsolete. The gold now lies in the ability to learn. When you enroll in our programs you will "learn how to learn" which makes you more adaptable and marketable.

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Continuous Learning

When you complete any of our programs you will continue to have access to HL360.NET. This will support your continuous learning effort allowing you to stay connected with other learners.

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Competitive Learners

Heuristic Learning is one of the only training providers that fosters ongoing collaboration and networking amongst its learners after completing their courses. HL is committed to fostering lifelong learning amongst our learners. Visit our website to view our programs.

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Executive Learners

Strategos Academy (SA) is the first education provider dedicated to delivering Strategy, Leadership. Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology curriculum. SA also utilizes an Integrated Learning model that focuses on a seamless blend of course curriculums with a single focus.

Will be launched in 2016!
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Entrepreneur Learners

Got an Idea! Attend a Sketched on a Napkin workshop and become a member of a community where your ideas gain courage to become a reality. Sketched on a Napkin fosters an environment of creative collaboration where you will think, learn, teach and share concepts for innovative development.

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What HL Learners Say

Having no prior knowledge in Microsoft Office Access or any other database system software, my instructor Darin Wright was able to provide me with the fundamentals in database concepts during my Access Beginner and Intermediate courses at Union County College, Continuing Education classes. Instructor Wright was patient and would go over concepts until each student understood these concepts. It solidified the material for me. I left his class with an understanding of; database relationships, how important the collection of data is in society today and the endless possibilities this data can be used. Great Class!
Theresa F.

Recently I have had the good fortune to have been able to have instruction in classes in Microsoft Access 2013 at Union County Community College given by Heuristic Learning, LLC. Even though I have some familiarity with Access, the beginner's class that I participated in taught me new and also alternate methods of using the product. The intermediate class also, took me further into knowing different aspects of Access 2013. The instructor was very thorough in the presentation and also was very efficient instructing the classes. He could perceive when his instruction was a bit beyond our comprehension and made sure that we understood what he was teaching before moving forward. He answered all questions completely and was very patient with all attendees. I would highly recommend to anyone that is in need of learning MS Access to seek instruction from Heuristic Learning, LLC.
Robert P.

While there appears to be a trend for online coursework, last night's class was an example of the qualitative difference in class instruction. While you covered a very narrow aspect of Access's capabilities, I felt I got to know it in greater detail in that same aspect than my online training provided. Spontaneous and immediate responses seemed to be integral to that learning. Online training will non-immediate answers to one's questions and deadlines waiting to be met can leave one with a sense of abandonment and a superficial knowledge of the nature of Access.
Walter D.