Training Trainers to be Professors or Vice-Versa
If you’re an educator looking to get into organizational training, or if you’re someone who offers organizational training programs and would like to get into academia, here’s your chance to learn more about both sides.
“Training Trainers to be Professors or Vice-versa” will be an interactive session loaded with ideas. In this program you’ll learn about:
· The market potential for opportunities in colleges and organizational training
· Nine significant differences between college teaching & organizational training
· A dozen things professors need to change to fit into organizational training environments
· Three major categories (and lots of suggestions) which organizational trainers need to understand to better fit into academia.
ADDITIONAL REASON TO JOIN US: New/Used Book Sale: Our speaker is donating nearly fifty Training & Development related new and used books for sale by the Chapter for charity. They will be priced from ‘free’ to no more than $15, with most in the $1-2 range. Bring some spare change and build up your personal reference library while helping a good cause.
About your facilitator:
Bob Vaughn is Professor Emeritus of Management and a former department chair and dean at Lakeland Community College in Northeast Ohio. He has done in-house training for over 100 companies and professional organizations, and worked with over 3,000 individuals to help improve their training skills. Dr. Vaughn has been a long term member of the Greater Cleveland Chapter of ASTD / ATD, a fifteen year board member and three time president of the group. His books on training and decision making have sold nearly 15,000 copies. This is an updated version of his program which has been presented at two ATD international conferences and several other venues. More about Bob’s background can be found on his web page: www.ArvonManagement.com.