Written by a renowned trainer and columnist for IT Training magazine, this book shows the veteran and novice alike how to train students to learn on their own rather than rely on someone else to supply the answers. Engaging and succinct, it is sure to change the way trainers think.
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Increase your productivity and boost your return on training investment with a groundbreaking guide to training success! Clothier takes you beyond facts and teaches you how to empower students to become independent learners. In a breezy, humourous style, Clothier helps veteran and novice trainers alike develop the interpersonal and communication skills needed to be a successful computer trainer. This engaging handbook covers everything you would expect from a training manual, but unlike other manuals, it emphasizes how adults learn software and how to motivate them to keep learning on their own. This invaluable on-the-job reference packs useful information into short segments, so the information you need is easy to find no matter how pressed you are for time! You get: Tips and techniques culled from more than 15 years of training success; Practical ways to manage stress in computer training; How to deal with "difficult" and challenging learners; Case studies that show you how to put training principles into action. Brimming with practical, specific suggestions, this unique new manual will revolutionize the way computer trainers train.Review:
"Offers great tips and tricks for improving your training and yourself." -- Adams, Dawn, Service News, 12/96
"The book is excellent blend of the psychology of learning and communication, presentation skill enhancement, and the practical aspects of training." -- Database, 12/96
Plenty of computer books tell how to use a computer: this is one of the few addressed to computer trainers and teachers, imparting the basics on how to overcome common problems in computer training scenarios. Whether you're working with a single student or providing training for a group, this examines how adults learn software and explains how to teach computer skills with maximum results. -- Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070116393
Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110070116393