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Subject:Training info and membership dues From:Melissa Hunter-Kilmer <mhunterk -at- BNA -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 25 Feb 1997 10:28:47 EST
On 24 Feb 1997, "LOWERY, MELISSA" <MLOWERY -at- SCANA -dot- COM> wrote:
> 1) Does anyone know of a good source of theoretical
information on preparing training materials.
Run, do not walk, to the phone. Call directory assistance
for Alpine, Utah (area code 801). Ask for the number of
A coworker and I have taken two classes from Conrad, and
they were superb. They helped our department to pull
together in delivering end-user training that works. Conrad
is not only an excellent trainer, but he is wonderful at
tailoring his approach to the problem at hand. He also
tells great stories. :-)
I can't find his phone number, or I'd give it to you. If
you bring him in-house to deliver training to a bunch of
employees, you get some kind of a price break. Anyway, I
highly recommend his classes.
mhunterk -at- bna -dot- com