Courseways is a privately-owned professional development and training company dedicated to helping people and businesses succeed by providing engaging, affordable training and expert writing and editing services.
Our logo depicts a pathway streaking upward past a horizon and out of sight. It symbolizes our dedication to providing the knowledge and skills you need to stay on course and travel toward continued success.
Our mission: Courseways is dedicated to helping businesses and individuals acquire the professional and personal skills they need to be more successful.
About Our Founder and CEO
Cheryl Tsieprati, founder and CEO of Courseways, has more than 25 years of experience in training consulting and instructional design. She has contributed to the success of large corporations following mergers and implementations of new systems with her consultative services and multi-media training courses for at-risk workforces. The HomeClub Corporate Training Department presented Cheryl with a certificate of appreciation for the materials she developed for HomeClub’s Employment Training Panel project.
As a Contract and Compliance Educator in the health care industry, Cheryl designed a comprehensive curriculum of interactive instructor-led, video, and web-based training courses on a broad range of contract and compliance issues for a diverse audience of health care professionals.
For more than 30 years, Cheryl has been the primary caregiver for her husband, Ismail, who has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease). With Ismail, Cheryl wrote and produced “It’s Your Choice,” an educational video to assist families who are deciding whether to use long-term mechanical respiratory support; “What Is ALS?” a video for the National ALS Association; and “Caring For the Caregiver,” an educational video for caregivers. Cheryl developed a training program, complete with a trainer’s guide and participant’s workbook, to accompany the video. Kaiser Permanente’s Southern California Permanente Medical Group honored Cheryl with an exceptional contribution award for her seminar for patients with neuromuscular diseases and their family caregivers.