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The Business of Training, Part II

Your philosophy is the company’s philosophy

 


 

R.K. Miller | From the December 2011 Issue Monday, December 19, 2011

Last month’s article shared some introductory thoughts about starting a training company. At the end of that article, veteran trainer Jim Glennon gave us some of his thoughts about what makes a good instructor. Let’s continue in that vein. As the owner of a training company, you will have a lot to do: You may be the president, instructor, secretary and grunt worker all in one. But if you’re fortunate, at some point you might realize that you need help. That means bringing in other folks to assist in getting the message across. Even if you’re not thinking about starting your own training company, a lot of these same principles apply to running an effective training division within an organization. There’s something in this month’s column for everyone.



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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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