FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions
About Engineer Your Copy

As a potential client, you likely have one or more questions about my background, skills or services.  So I’ve assembled a list of the questions clients have asked most often.

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Upon completion of this course, the participant is prepared to conduct workshops, team teach, and administer course exams.

This course is directed at instructors who anticipate teaching short technical subjects or assisting a Lead Instructor on more comprehensive courses.

Assistant Instructors will not regularly perform Lead Instructor’s duties, but may be required to occasionally fill in during more comprehensive technical training.  This course provides technical instructors with the skills to properly issue and proctor written and/or proficiency exams for qualification programs.

Our Assistant Instructor Course is 2½ days long and provides an introduction to proper instructional and classroom management techniques.

Upon completion of this course, the participant is prepared to perform all the duties of an Assistant Instructor, plus act as a Lead Instructor for a full course and solo teach portions of a full course.

This course is directed at instructors who anticipate teaching moderately-detailed technical subjects or leading an instructional team on more comprehensive courses.

Lead Instructors will typically teach from a comprehensive set of training materials that have been developed by training professionals.   In addition to covering the material in the Assistant Instructor Course, participants in the Lead Instructor Course learn about teaching styles and adult learning principles.

Our Lead Instructor Course is 3½ days long, and provides the opportunity for each participant to demonstrate the skills they have learned.

Upon completion of this course, the participant is prepared to perform all the duties of a Lead Instructor, plus solo teach a full course and advise/participate in course content development.

This course is directed at instructors who anticipate becoming staff technical advisors for future course development or becoming future Master Trainers.

Besides teaching courses, these instructors will typically help develop a comprehensive set of training materials in conjunction with training professionals and may eventually certify the competency of new instructors.  Our Full Instructor Course is conducted over 4 to 4½ days.

In addition to covering the material in the Lead Instructor Course, participants in the Full Instructor Course are introduced to instructional system design (ISD) concepts.  This provides the knowledge to not only contribute to future course development, but also to develop and implement minor course revisions.

I look forward to the opportunity to work with you.  And the opportunity to show you outstanding results AND service.