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The Business of Training, Part I

Considerations for trainers contemplating their own training company

 


 

R.K. Miller | From the November 2011 Issue Thursday, November 3, 2011

It’s a question I’ve been asked before: “How did you do it?” This could apply to a lot of things, but I’m not copping out to anything more than this month’s topic: How I started my training company. This question typically comes from instructors who want to do the same. For those of you who’ve reached this point in your instructional careers, I thought that this month it might be helpful to discuss my experience.



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R.K. MillerR.K. Miller, Law Officer's Train the Trainer columnist, retired from the Huntington Beach (Calif.) Police Department as a lieutenant after 30 years of service and is currently a reserve officer with the Orange (Calif.) Police Department.

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