At OKEAN we are not limiting the process of learning to the four walls and we try to make it more enjoyable.
It is not a one-way process definitely, both delegates and teachers should get to interact and learn from each other. With interactive classrooms, the learning process can be made fun and this way delegates will get to retain much more knowledge than the conventionally rigid learning environment. Learning something in a fun way is a much better way to retain it than cramming it. For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them. Developing a passion for learning, we will never cease to grow. The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you.
The primary step in attaining what we always have desired is settling our focus on it and chase it consistently as a goal.
The hard work and determination that one puts in are the only distinguishing factors when it comes to analysing whether we are successful or unsuccessful. Good clinicians are determinant and strong-headed people who put all of their best efforts in achieving their set goals. At OKEAN, we support the perseverance to actualise their objectives. The harder we’ll work for something, the greater we will feel when we’ll achieve it. We aim to strive for progress, not for perfection. I did it sounds way better than I could’ve done it.
At OKEAN, teaching may begin in the classroom, but it certainly doesn’t end there.
Education is not the learning of facts but training the mind to think. Teachers ask questions and help colleagues find answers. Yet learning isn’t only about finding the right answer, but also creating the road that leads to the answer. Teachers set up the signs for the road ahead that is life itself. Our teachers are internationally recognised specialists with a lot of practical experience in their field and with excellent didactic skills. Memories fade with time and lessons are forgotten, but experiences shape a human being and leave a lasting mark. They say winners are made, not born. But who makes them? The instructors, the trainers, and the teachers—the ones who are there at the beginning, during failures, and after successes. The reason champions don’t give up is because their teachers didn’t give up on them. Learning from a truly great teacher is discovery—not studying.