|Do you usually attended seminars or coursework to advance your professional work or would you consider yourself a more self-taught person?
I used to go to seminars to improve some of my skills.
My business does not run seminars or training work but i make sure that I am up to date with the latest products, technology and thinking. Definitely more of a self-taught person than willing to wait on being told things.
It's some of both. I go to conferences & such, but for new technologies I learn them by playing around with them.
I like to do a little of both. I like to get the basics taught then excel through self teaching.
yes, to both the questions
A little bit of both - you can always learn something
Both. My experiences are enhanced with seminar and course studies I have taken.
I very much enjoy seminars. I recently took an InDesign course offered by a local printing company that was well worth my time. On-going education has proved to be very useful to my development.
I am a self-taught person.
I have attended and passed a course through HETAS and will no doubt be taking things further in the future - time permitting. If busy sweeping ( and with work increasing yearly),it leaves juggling courses a little difficult
As a Dayton realtor working with ReMax Victory at the Greene, we regular participate in continuing education to advance and improve our service to both home buyers and home sellers.
In my banking career, I had to attend training programmes, seminars, workshops, meetings etc quite often. When I look back now, I feel that they could have been more effective if I were not busy with the routine work. But, those programmes were part of the job and they were useful then and there only.They of course gave a lot of confidence in all areas of my personality.
I have also developed a habit of self-study. But I will not call me as a self-taught person.
I am self-taught. I prefer to read about a new subject than to attend a seminar, but keep an open mind about learning techniques. I think the trend is moving toward visual learning with the recent advances in technology such as YouTube, Video Conferencing and Web Seminars.
Both. I would recommend the good people at http://prodecum.edublogs.org
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