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February 17 @ 11:00 am - 4:30 pm$395.00
Solve Your Never-Ending Training Problems by
Learning to Build a Training Program That Works Because the Trainers Know How to Train!
Do you ask yourself?
- Why is our job efficiency so poor?
- Why is my overtime through the roof?
- Why are our quality scores so low?
- Why doesn’t my training program produce results?
- Why is my training program so inconsistent?
Maybe you should be asking?
- Do my trainers know how to train? How to teach?
- Do we know how people/adults learn?
- Do we really know how to “Train Our Trainers?”
You might believe you’re doing all you can to train your employees, but we can assure you, you’re not!
The problem is do we, as owners and managers, know how to TEACH the RIGHT WAY?
To be effective, we as trainers need to be familiar with the nature of the teaching/learning process. This presentation leads the attendees through the processes of teaching, learning, and training methods. It will help them understand how people learn and retain skills and concepts.
Basically, BEFORE YOU TRY TO TEACH, you should know how people learn.
Attendees will be presented with:
- The 4 basic precepts of the teaching process.
- The 5 basic ways in which people/adults/trainees learn skills and concepts.
- A simple, repeatable process for conveying specific skills related to specific tasks.
- A program that assures comprehension and validates the successful outcome of the training event.
Join Harvester Fred Haskett for a half day Virtual Train Your Trainers Seminar and he will:
For more than 30 years Harvester Fred has served as a senior executive with some of the most outstanding organizations in the green industry. He has been an owner. He has served as president, vice president, regional manager and division manager. Fred has had P&L responsibility for multi-state and multi-branch operations with revenues exceeding $45 million annually. During his career, Fred has directly managed the production of more than $70 million in lawn care and tree care services, and $180 million in landscape services.