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Skillsetter is a differentiator for institutions wanting to offer the most advanced and effective training resources for their learners. Our patent-pending software removes the barriers to deliberate practice and replaces them with asynchronous remote technology that helps educators to achieve higher impact in behavioral skill development.
An easy shift for how we train skills
Not every revolution is painful. Skillsetter exists to make both learners and instructors more effective.
Integrates with your course in minutes
Choose from our library of premade course modules, each targeting a collection of skills.
Targets a huge variety of interpersonal skills
With hundreds of stimulus videos to draw on, trainers can select the perfect sequence for their class.
Learners love it!
Skillsetter sets the new standard for interactive skills training. Learners find it both fun and enlightening.
"It is a very user-friendly website to navigate for both instructors and students. My students are able to practice their clinical skills and review their recordings easily. I can't imagine it not being part of my course."
Mary Kalazan, EdS., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Adjunct Faculty, Seton Hall University-SWW
"Now that I've used Skillsetter with actual students, I can't imagine teaching therapy skills again without it."
Professor of Psychotherapy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Skillsetter provides hands-on learning for students to acquire counseling skills, and the feedback students receive can be immediately incorporated to enhance their learning."
Christina M. Schnyders, Ph.D., LPCC
Program Director and Associate Professor of Counseling and Human Development, Malone University, Canton, Ohio, USA
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