I'm well educated and have a great deal of personal business experience. I've taken lots of qualifying exams: Regents, college entrance, grad school, business school, insurance, series 6 and series 7 (stock brokerage). Generally speaking, I can teach anything that I can understand, and teach it well. Nicely, but effectively.
I find that as a creative business man, I was always designing better ways to do things, new procedures, new concepts. The best trainer for these ideas was me. So did a lot of training. Years and years of it. I also learned that if I wanted to move on to a new assignment, I had to leave someone behind on the team I had trained, to train newcomers. The technical term for that is TTT (or T3) for Train the Trainer. I do that, too.
I presently take assignments from The Training Associates, in Westborough, MA. I've trained more than 300 students this year, and have loved it.
Here is something they wrote about me to their clients this April:
"Steve is one of our top trainers. He is experienced in Training design and implementation. He has received stellar evaluations from several hundred students over 50+ training classes. We find that he is a quick learner, has a good business head and is an addition to our business as well as good for his students. In our VOIP Telecom area, he has set the standards for best practices, and is active in mentoring our new trainers. One of our major clients has asked us to send them more trainers "just like Steve". He has 30+ years of facilitating, instructional design, and training. We assess him as a talent in all phases of the training and consulting processes. His prior work history includes developing processes, developing training modules about the processes, training off the modules, training trainers to train from the modules, and implementing whole systems from top to bottom that leave the host organization fully self-sustaining. He is expert in understanding and mapping business processes and/or processes that will bring an organization towards its goals, in multiple industries with all levels of personnel. He has a zest for the work and appears to be tireless."
I look forward to helping you reach your goals. I'm sure we'll do well together.
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