If you teach, what is your training style, and why is that method?
My teaching style is very Hands-On, as I believe it gives the learner the opportunity to really explore and understand the topic for themselves. I also like to be open and allow learners to ask questions so that they can get the most out of the experience.
Transcript: "So the question is, if you teach what is your training style and why is it that method? Well, for me I like to teach very much Hands-On where the person that I'm teaching a training, has the opportunity to really do it themselves because quite honestly the reason it's that method is because that's how I like to learn. I like to be very very Hands-On and I also don't necessarily like my answers to be given to me very very easily. I like to be even a way to problem solve and, you know, come up with the answer that I need in order to, you know, to take the next step forward. So when I teach, I do a lot of Hands-On but I also like to have the photographer's that I'm teaching work through the process of getting the answers that they want. Because I think that it really kind of like sticks. I'm a bit more. But again, that has to do with how I learn, you know, all through school college and whatnot. I'm very, very, very Hands-On and I'm Not very lectured base. So that's really the style that I teach from and I'm also teaching, very, very, I'm very open. I want people to be able to ask the questions that they want, because otherwise they do themselves a disservice if they keep into themselves. So that's my style. Hope that helps"