What is the Extraordinary Learning Academy?

The Extraordinary Learning Academy is a train-the-trainer program that gives you the skills to...

  • Significantly increase your performance as a trainer

  • Transition skills used in educational environments to those used in training environments

  • Make engaging connections with target audiences attending your learning events

  • Increase learner value by strategically targeting their learning needs to maximize performance

Only $599 (valued up to $2,300) for these topics...

  1. Foundations for Extraordinary Adult Learning (Online)

  2. Getting to Know Your Learners through Analysis

  3. The Blueprint for Learning with an Effective Design

  4. The Right Materials for Learning

  5. Dynamic Training Delivery

  6. Give Them What They Paid For

  7. The Recipe for Engagement: A Practical Approach to Blended Learning

  8. Learning & Development Trends


How is this train-the-trainer program different from others?

It's designed by a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP), Certified Professional in Training Management (CPTM), and Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation Bronze Level Certified Consultant!

Participants, who successfully complete the program, are equipped with tools, tips, templates to optimize skill transfer and application in the real-world.

Engagement begins before attending the first learning event and continues after the program has ended.

There are no passengers in this program. Participants are the drivers of their learning experience based on their individual needs and preferences.

Can't Beat the Value

Matches and, in most cases, exceeds results provided by way more expensive programs which range from $700 - $2,300.

Blended Learning Approach

This program uses a blended learning approach with is the best way to approach learning because it's not centered around one training event, but ensures learning in formal and informal methods before, during, and after learning events. This approach gives the participants a true learning experience as opposed to a one-time event.