There are four qualities that a good trainer needs to have:- # 1. Expertise - You are not going to be believable or compelling to your audience if you are just reading a off a PowerPoint presentation and you do not know what you are talking about with some depth of knowledge. # 2. Empathy - Adult learners need to know that their needs and expectations will be met by the trainer and by the process itself. They also need to know that they will feel comfortable, valued and respected. # 3. Enthusiasm - Who wants to listen to a monotone trainer who is unmotivating. # 4. Clarity - Motivating education is clear in its content and delivery. A good trainer is someone that is well prepared, organized and articulate.

I have always used the method of group sequence learning. Learning as a team in a set sequence. Learning and knowledge assimilation is best when you use a combination of learning styles that incorporate Auditory learning, Visual learning and Kinesthetic learning. "l hear... I forget. I see... I remember. I do... I understand". 

I can fluently teach six different problem solving methodologies and several other work place subjects. Below are my training presentations. As I said all my training involves practical exercises. The last thing you want to give your training attendees is death by PowerPoint - you are the presentation and the PowerPoint slides are your visual aids...

Here is a list of subjects that I have sufficient and necessary knowledge and direct experience in using that I can fluently teach to others and that I have developed my own training workshop courses in:- 

• 5S

• Kaizen

• P&M Analysis

• Total Productive Maintenance 

• Six Sigma

• Lean 101

• 8D

• MDI Boards

• Single Minute Exchange of Die

• Mistake Proofing

• Standard Work     • Standard Leader Work

• 5 Whys

• Story Boards

• Cause Mapping

• Value Stream Mapping

• 8D     

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