KAZ is probably the fastest way to learn to type and eliminates the need of tedious typing drills, mind numbing lessons and boring typing tests. Its unique and revolutionary ACCELERATED LEARNING method teaches you how to touch type correctly in minutes instead of hours, and all in the comfort of your own home or chosen environment.
This is the most advanced teaching and learning method in use today. It is a 'total system' for speeding and enhancing the learning process. Based on the latest brain research, it has been proven time and again to increase learning effectiveness.
KAZ (short for Keyboarding A-Z) was scientifically designed and developed by the same course team of experts responsible for producing over 55 RSA/NVQ level computer and office skills courses. Its unique ACCELERATED LEARNING method uses 'brain balance' - i.e. it engages the major senses of sight, sound and touch simultaneously, radically enhancing memory retention and recall - which is why it is so effective. Using just 11 words in 5 easily memorised, scientifically structured and trademarked phrases, the revolutionary method trains the fingers on both hands to work symmetrically and simultaneously. No other typing tutor works in this way.The course consists of 5 modules :-
Once the first phrase is completed, a real sense of achievement is gained, motivating the user to continue onto the next phrase and so on. Each section offers encouragement and instruction in short lessons in order to hold interest and concentration. The user is allowed to progress at their own pace, acquiring the skill and gaining speed and accuracy without even realising it.
Typically, the programme takes just 90 minutes to teach the A-Z keys and approximately 4 hours to cover the whole keyboard - all of which can be taught in short modules, to fit in and around busy lifestyles - making KAZ the obvious choice.Special Needs Enabled
With a multi-sensory approach throughout - KAZ is also special needs enabled and especially suited for dyslexic users. It is designed to not only challenge the brightest users but also offers extra help to those who need it.