You've applied for a Bank Operations Position and you want to stand-out from the other new Employees...
-> I am a Retired Bank Controller who started as a teller and went on to head up the International Banking & Business Institute in Los Angeles as their Faculty Administrator. I also started 2 new Savings & Loans and 1 Credit Union in California. I am a Graduate (In Bank Operations) of The Banking Institute completing courses in both Chicago & San Francisco.
You want to improve your basic Accounting Knowledge or skill level in QuickBooks for business applications...
-> I am Certified by the State of Illinois to teach both Basic and Business Accounting. I have taught these courses at the above school as well as the B.I.R. Training Institute in Chicago. I am QuickBooks Certified to teach the practical use of their Software programs and am thoroughly familiar with all version releases through 2010. I also have experience in Peachtree Accounting and Great Plaines Software Applications.
Need more self-confidence in expressing yourself when asked to write business letters or proposals...?
-> Am astute at writing proposals, budgets, grant applications, and general business correspondence. Have worked with numerous government agencies, as well demanding domestic and foreign corporations such as Bell+Howell Records Management Company, Sumitomo Bank of California, and Wilamett Industries. I have also performed extensive volunteer work with Literacy Volunteers of Western Cook County as their Tutor Training Coordinator.
MY STYLE OF TUTORING AND TEACHING:
I take an approach which is very inter-active with all of my students (whether one-on-one or in a classroom setting). My first course of action is to determine my student(s) proficiency level and build upon that. I believe that learning is most accomplished when the setting is relaxed yet professional. Humor achieves more in retention than does harshness. As my experience working with the Japanese has taught me - learning needs to be 'PARTICIPATORY'. All views count and 'No Question' is dumb. Testing is always important and repetition of important elements of the subject prove to achieve long lasting knowledge.
Thank You all.
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