Our week long classroom courses are conducted at the William F. Bolger Center for Leadership Development, a US Postal Service training and conference center located in scenic Potomac, Maryland, an affluent suburb outside of Washington, D.C.. Classroom instruction consists of two sessions daily, Monday through Thursday, and a single morning session on Friday. Morning sessions are from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, and afternoon sessions are from 1- 4 p.m. Each session has several break periods, keeping students refreshed for learning.
Neosys® Corporation uses an exclusive training environment for each class, providing students with a networked system of powerful Pentium IV, 3.0 Ghz computers with 2 GB of RAM, for enhanced performance and speed. Flat screen monitors are provided for each student workstation, with a state of the art, high resolution projection system for the instructor.
With a maximum of nine seats per class, our students actively participate in the instruction and are encouraged to ask questions related to their particular site or general Postal Service operations. This enriched learning experience equips students for working on their particular projects upon returning from training.