In most traditional education, the emphasis tends toward imparting knowledge. ITA values imparting a measured portion of time-tested knowledge, balanced by skill development through hands-on practice. We use participative learning – attendees actively participate in their learning. In fact, we call attendees participants.
After most traditional courses or workshops, attendees must consult workbooks, textbooks and notes. When participants complete an ITA course, they walk away with new skills they can put into practice immediately.
Even though our trainers are experienced practitioners, we respect the previous training and experience of our participants highly. We believe the knowledge of the group is always greater than that of the presenter at the front of the class. This belief makes a huge difference in our attitude and approach to learning, and training. Our training makes an effort to follow the biblical exhortation to grow together as the Body of Christ.