Think about yourself as a learner. You are sitting in a training. How do you want to learn? Chances are you want to be involved in the process and have some autonomy. You need a safe environment with fresh ideas and more than just an exam to test your knowledge.

Today’s guest, Kerry Engler, is an experienced change consultant, instructional designer, and facilitator. She shares how incorporating adult learning principles fosters community and creates successful training programs – all with different learning styles in mind.

Join us each Wednesday this month as we dive deeper on training for adult learners.

Related Resources:
Ready to go a step further? Take our Adult Learning Certificate for Medical Device Educators course to further enhance your training for your adult audience.
The TrainSmart Toolkit contains this quick reference one-pager: Best Practices for Training Adult Learners.

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Kerry Engler

About Kerry Engler:
An experienced change consultant, instructional designer, and facilitator, Kerry is dedicated to building individual, team and organization capacity through learning experiences that harness individual strengths, team wisdom in a dynamic learning community. Kerry designs and facilitates strategic learning solutions that help teams learn through change.

About Cumby Consulting
Cumby Consulting’s team of professionals deliver innovative MedTech training services for physicians, sales representatives, teaching faculty, key opinion leaders and clinical development teams. Whether you need a complete training system developed to deliver revenue sooner or a discrete training program for a specific meeting, Cumby Consulting will deliver highly strategic, efficient programs with uncompromising standards of quality.