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How to Deliver Dynamic Training: 77…

How to Deliver Dynamic Training: 77 Sensational Tips for Computer…

by Daina A. Bruners

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Most computer instructors are hired for their technical expertise, and may not have a strong background in teaching. This unique book gives all computer instructors a wealth of practical ideas on how to actively involve their learners and make training informative, interesting, and interactive. This book is the one priceless tool that will help you become an instructor renowned for your quality training.

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