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Trainer Basics

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Answers the three key questions for new trainers: What does a trainer do and why? How can the skills be developed quickly? How does a trainer apply knowledge?

Trainer Basics provides a clear, concise explanation of the training function. Veteran trainer, George M. Piskurich, explains the basics of instructional design, adult learning, needs analysis, evaluation, presenting, and facilitation. It is a great tool for training beginning practitioners and subject matter experts new to the training field.

Book Details

  • ISBN: 9781562863500

  • Pages: 144

  • Publication Date: October 2003

  • Formats: Paperback, PDF

  • Product Code: 110310

About the Authors
George M. Piskurich

George Piskurich is an organizational learning and performance consultant based in Macon, Georgia. He provides consulting services and workshops in instructional design, management development, and performance improvement to clients throughout the country. He specializes in e-learning interventions, performance/training analysis, distance learning, design and development of self-directed and individualized learning programs for all levels of the organization, telecommuting interventions, and knowledge centers. His workshops on self-directed learning, structured mentoring, interactive distance learning, and telecommuting have been rated as outstanding by participants from many organizations.

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