Do students or co-workers call you “Boring Bill,” “Too-Technical Terry,” or “Monotone Mike”? Then this class is for you! In this session, you will learn how to make teaching CAD F-U-N, not only for your students but for you as well. In today's ever-changing technology-based world, we find that there is a need to do more and more training. Whether you’re the person in your firm training your co-workers, or you’re a professional trainer/instructor, keeping your students interested is critical. Just because you know the technical aspects of CAD, doesn’t mean you'd be a good instructor. We will look at ways for you to be sure your students are confident that they can use the software after the class is over. Instructors will see how to get in touch with their class. So, whether you've been training for years or you’ve just started and want to pick up some tips, this session can help you out.
- Learn about the generation gap between students
- Learn how to pick out the different types of student learning styles
- Learn how to prepare your classroom
- Learn about instructional aids and how to just lighten up