There’s been a fair bit of preparatory work but I’m enjoying taking up the new challenge.
Training can be very rewarding, particularly if someone you’ve trained contacts you to say it’s made a difference to them.
It doesn’t happen often but sometimes people turn up with a hangover or very late.
Obviously it’s important to be professional and accurate, but far more important than that is experience of actually doing what you are training others to do. Trainers must also have the ability to listen – I’m still learning after 34 years.
It would be my laptop as my whole life is on it.
I’m finalising my November and December schedule of courses so that they can be advertised.