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5 Things to Know for Educators Moving Into Training

Friday, July 17, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Erik Palmer, Owner, Erik Palmer Consulting

You are an educator. You're wondering if it's time to move from educating children and young adults to becoming a trainer and educating adults. There is a large need for educators in the adult training world, and your skills and expertise are valuable. This webcast will share five important things to consider as you make your decision. Erik Palmer spent 21 years teaching in school classrooms before becoming a successful corporate trainer, and he'll share his experiences and ideas. Get practical advice to guide you before you make the move as well as tips for being successful as a trainer.

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Erik Palmer
Erik Palmer

Owner, Erik Palmer Consulting

Erik Palmer is an author, speaker, and consultant from Denver, Colorado. He focuses on improving oral communication—whether one-on-one, small group, large group, informal or formal, in-person or digital—by sharing practical, understandable ideas that help all adults become effective speakers. Erik spent 10 years managing an office for a prominent commodity brokerage firm, where he was the national sales leader. He also taught in one of Colorado’s premier school districts for 21 years, and was named a Teacher of the Year. A frequent presenter at conferences, Erik has given keynotes and led workshops for adults across the United States and around the world. He is the author of many books on public speaking; his most recent book, Own Any Occasion, is available from ATD Press. Erik has a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College and a master’s degree from the University of Colorado, Denver. 


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