OverviewA highly trained team is essential to be competitive in the global economy. Focused training can help project teams learn new skills and techniques that can improve effectiveness, comply with regulations and standards, reduce time to market, and improve overall product quality. All of the training I offer is based on Ben Franklin’s observation:
I have presented training courses worldwide for over 25 years. Many of these courses are often invited tutorials presented in conjunction with international conferences. Attendees at my courses have consistently rated them as Excellent. I offer a variety of training courses in several different settings including:
Public Training CoursesPublic training courses are usually half-day, full day or two day courses on a variety of topics. In a public course, people from different companies and backgrounds participate in discussions and interactive exercises. Not only do you benefit from the training but also from interacting with people in other companies often facing the same challenges you are.
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On-site Training CoursesOn-site training courses are presented to project teams and groups at your facility. This affords your staff the opportunity for everyone to hear the same message and participate in group discussions and interactive exercises. I often tailor on-site courses based on the client’s specific training needs. Tailored, on-site training provides one of the most cost-effective ways to train teams and improve skills.
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Medical Device Industry Training
Nuclear Power Industry Training
Transportation Industry Training
Mission-Critical Projects Training
Brown Bag SeminarsBrown bag seminars are a collection of short, focused, informal seminars aimed at helping organizations improve predictability, productivity, quality, and time-to-market. By presenting focused topics in a short (usually 1-2 hours) informal setting, your staff can learn new skills and techniques that can help them in their work without affecting time-critical project schedules.
Sponsoring organizationsI have presented training courses, tutorials and workshops for the following organizations:
Georgetown University - Medical Center
Northeastern University - Continuing Education Program
Northeastern University - School of Health Professions
Regis College - Center for Science and Technology
American Society for Quality (ASQ)
ASQ Biomedical Division
ASQ Software Division
ASQ Boston Section
ASQ North East Quality Council
ASQ Ottawa Valley Section
Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI)
Engineered Products Consortium
Center for Professional Innovation and Education
Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Boston Section
Organizational Effectiveness Institute
Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference
Quality Assurance Association of Connecticut
Tallahassee Software Quality Professionals Association
Twin Cities Quality Assurance Association
United States Professional Development Institute