161114 – Intelligent Recertification – Promoting Fair Competition
Intelligent Recertification (IR) flips the traditional course construct on its head.
This approach gives learners who had foundational training in prior years exactly the content they need and rewards them by fast-tracking them through the course based on their performance in simulation. Rather than employees receiving content up front and then entering into learn-by doing simulation, employees are immersed directly into simulation.
As employees demonstrate knowledge, they’ll move through scenarios without required content. If they make the incorrect choice in simulation, they are provided with the content relevant to the concept they missed and are given an alternate, equivalent scenario to demonstrate their understanding and achieve proficiency.
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Key Terms: abuse of market power | anticompetitive agreements | anticompetitive behavior | anti-monopoly | antitrust | bid rigging | bundling | cartel | cartel conduct | Clayton Antitrust Act | communication | Competition Act, 2002 | customer allocation | European Union (EU) | fair competition | Federal Trade Commission Act | group boycotts | group conduct | illegal boycotts | independent decision-making | independent decisions | market allocation | market competition | market power | market share | meeting the competition | monopolies | monopolization | monopoly | non-retaliation | non-solicitation agreements | no-poach agreements | predatory pricing | price discrimination | price fixing | refusals to deal | reporting | restraint of trade | Sherman Antitrust Act | single firm conduct | trade practices | Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) | tying | wage fixing