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YOUR application and YOUR data

I find it so much more rewarding when I'm training with a target - in other words, when I know a little bit about the use that my students are going to be making of their new skills. I think that every trainer should work as I do - tailoring his presentation to the group he has in front of him, encouraging trainees to think of how the topics covered benefit them, and even bringing along their own data and programs they're going to have to maintain to show the tutor and class.

This style of working - for the maximum benefit of the trainee in his "real world" use of the subject - does impose some restraints on the organisation providing the training. The tutors selected need to know their subject really well, and be quick to analyse requirements. A professional note-reader won't fit the bill. And commercially, the maximum class size has to be lower than the provider might like. All of our public courses are limited to seven trainees to allow our tutor plenty of time to work with each trainee on HIS application and HIS data.
(written 2005-02-22, updated 2006-06-05)

 
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