Episode 71: Getting Started in Technical Training with Reuven Lerner

from UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy
by Jane Portman

Published 11 August 2017 (1 week ago) • Duration: 52 minutes

Technical training is a great place to be: instructors get paid well for teaching domain knowledge to large companies (who have dedicated budgets). But how do you get your foot in the door? In this episode, Reuven Lerner — a famous trainer, author, and consultant — gives us a detailed introduction i...

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Technical training is a great place to be: instructors get paid well for teaching domain knowledge to large companies (who have dedicated budgets). But how do you get your foot in the door? In this episode, Reuven Lerner — a famous trainer, author, and consultant — gives us a detailed introduction into the industry. You'll learn what the training process looks like, what kind of knowledge you need, and how to land your first training gig.

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