Riley and Matthew discuss ways and strategies to track and analyze practice data, and not only that, but how to get the cleanest data to help you truly understand your skill level.
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Some time ago, We asked some of our customers to complete a survey assessing their ability to intervene in an emergency trauma incident. The results surprised me, and I think they will surprise you also. We learned a lot about our audiences’ familiarity with emergency trauma care by loing at the data. For a long […]
Today, Riley and Jacob review survey data collected from students at various periods after their initial concealed carry class. We discuss some best practices and considerations to help people overcome the common struggles that we all face.
Today Riley and Jacob the multiple-months-long research data that our company recently finished putting together on Active Shooter Events (ASE). This is based on the FBI’s data, but we noticed that the FBI conveniently left out some events and perhaps also miscategorized some others. We made sure to review everything and came up with […]
One of the most difficult things for us to gather that also causes significant improvements is information about student experiences after they complete the course. For this reason we have designed 3 surveys, each to be completed…