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on Booking a Training Date
Booking a training date can be a little
tricky, so here are some things I have found helpful to selecting a time
that leads to a quality training event.
- Start planning at least two
months in advance. My calendar stays pretty full, but 60 days
is usually enough time to get a time on the calendar that can meet
everyone's needs. (By the way, I am only available for travel ten days
each month - total. That's a standard, not a guideline.) I do have
associate trainers if I cannot meet your needs in a timely way.
- Avoid booking time close to a
holiday. Travel and vacations are common problems.
- Avoid Mondays. It's
tough to get everyone in first thing on Monday morning.
- Allow for my recuperation time.
I must allow space in my schedule to rest and recover between training
engagements. Also, take into consideration your own staff's schedule
and projects to allow adequate time to wind down from a heavy
workload. I usually like to allow 2 to 3 days to recover from previous
engagements. This means that I typically do not book two consecutive
weeks of training.
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