The Colorado School of Acting's directors, Elizabeth Horne and Troy Horne, combine their dual loves of stage and screen to impart acting chops to students of all ages and experience levels. Elizabeth—who has acted in more than 25 plays and 12 movies—and Troy—a sitcom and film producer who appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award–winning musical _Rent_—staff their team with veteran acting instructors, each of whom have more than 10 years of experience in the biz. During their classes, they teach students to focus and perform under a variety of circumstances, with workshops in subjects ranging from improv and commercial work to audition skills and voiceovers. They welcome kids for acting summer camps, where they introduce fundamentals of memorization, character development, and rehearsal. Instructors also help thespians develop with more advanced training, including filmmaking summer camps for kids, and a certificate program for all age levels that requires students to audition or present a signed permission slip from David Schwimmer.
The staff members at Sylvan Learning Center understand that each child learns differently. They design custom lessons based on the results of standardized testing, diagnostic tools, and one-on-one interviews.
Sylvan's instructors work with students from kindergarten through grade 12 to improve their confidence and independence leading to their educational success. Many of Sylvan’s certified teachers work in local schools and have familiarized themselves with common practices, which help them understand how to gear lessons toward optimal results.
Training and Advisory Services' private facility encompasses an outdoor range and an indoor classroom for lecture-based training.
Available rentals include six Glock 9 mms, one Glock .40, and two .38 revolvers.
When they're not serving and protecting as officers and trainers, the instructors at Training and Advisory Services draw upon their knowledge of the law and military backgrounds to teach students proper gun skills. Designed for pupils of all levels, their instructors are patient with a take-it-slow style of instruction that focuses on a positive experience. The lessons also feature private workshops and lecture-only classes that cover subjects such as firearm safety and equipment selection. The instructors also lead self-defense seminars and other classes that cover more-advanced skills such as shooting on the move or in ambient light.
Language classes at Bella Italia are good for beginners who want to pad their brains for upcoming vacations to Italy as well as for seasoned students wishing to sand the rust off their skills. The instructor, a native of Genoa, teaches hour-long classes once a week for eight weeks. A 200-page vocab and grammar electronic textbook is also included with this Groupon. Learn to order from a restaurant menu, have basic conversations, and make simple queries such as "where is the airport?" "how much does it cost?" and "why am I on fire?" In addition to the basics, you'll learn important cultural and historical information that prevents people from mistaking the ruins of the Colosseum for a pizza franchise.
Dale Carnegie believed in the power of self-improvement so much that he started a training company. Since founding the company, his dream has expanded to encompass more than 2,700 trainers stationed in over 85 countries. These trainers have pursued an unwavering mission: to give participants the skills they need to boost job performance and professional effectiveness. Online courses cover such topics as leadership training, sales success, and personal influence and effectiveness. All webinars, courses and materials are based on Dale Carnegie's time-honored approach, outlined in How to Win Friends and Influence People. Dale Carnegie now offers much of its information and many of its classes online.
Former professional motorcycle racer and 20-year veteran street rider Jason Curdy dedicates his company, Full Throttle Riding Academy—a state-sponsored school and recognized training provider of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation—to teaching motorcyclists to ride safely and respect the road. Starting with the two-day Basic Rider Course, students learn to safely maneuver their vehicles on an off-street range and study riding regulations within the classroom. By the end of the course, they’ll have the knowledge and command of their bikes necessary to start riding. Riders can also brush up on their street skills in the half-day Experienced Rider Course, which incorporates more advanced riding techniques, showing them how to optimize lane position and how not to read a book at the wheel.