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Are You Getting Value From Your Training Dollars? [THA 254]
Technician Training Comittment Episode 25416th December 2021 • Remarkable Results Radio Podcast • Carm Capriotto, AAP
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https://youtu.be/fPtIovugCuQ

Key Talking Points

  • Help the classroom understand, relate and apply it- don't overcomplicate
  • Do we have too much “wow factor” are they leaving the class thinking the instructor is knowledgeable or are they leaving with epiphany moments
  • Talk to students then listen- take what you know and piece the puzzle together to what they understand
  • Presentations aren’t teaching- too much information isn’t going to stick, pick one focal point. 
  • “Teaching isn't talking” 
  • Scan QR code to answer questions prior to class to get feedback, or ask questions in beginning and ask the same question at the end. 
  • “How to learn” class- learning styles, you may prefer one but you also need to improve the other learning styles
  • Achieving certification doesn’t mean you are exempt from learning more
  • “How to teach” class- sticking content needs to have an anchor point. Giving information and give the opportunity to give information back and start applying it
  • “How to take tests” 
  • Dunnan and Kreuger- high confidence have lower competence, ability to do doesn’t match what they display out (big peacock), not confident and constantly reading and learning, they stay quiet. 
  • Learning path- apply the knowledge you receive immediately

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The Panel

Jim Cokonis Sr Curriculum Developer, CARQUEST Technical InstituteFind Jim’s other episodes HERE.

Justin Morgan LMV Bavarian Technical Support and Trainer, ASE-Wave Technical Ambassador, ASE Master, L1, CMAT (Certified Master Auto Tech). Justin’s Previous Episode HERE.

Anthony Williams is a Special Projects Manager at Advance Auto Parts, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Anthony’s Previous Episode HERE.

 
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