|Do you usually attended seminars or coursework to advance your professional work or would you consider yourself a more self-taught person?
I didn't formally study to be an actor - I've pretty much learned on the job over the last 20 years. I don't know if that's necessarily a bad thing though. Like everything, there are bonuses and drawbacks in both approaches to the profession. Learning on the job means that I didn't arrive with any preconceived notions of how things ought to work, which potentially makes it easier for me to roll with the punches as each new job introduces me to new challenges and rewards. On the flip side, I missed out on learning in depth about the history of drama, or stage make up, or how to file a tax return. I wouldn't have been averse to going to train - I just couldn't afford it when I had the opportunity and now I can't afford it because I've got a mortgage!
field training and still keep updated on new materials and better ways to apply them
I am a self-taught person
I do all the time. I attend the SMART ART every year and actually won an award in 2008 for my website Infertility Answers. (ART stands for Assisted Reproductive Technology) I also am and member and attend the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) meeting each year plus every other year I try to attend and Egg Donor Conference in Charleston. On top of those conferences and meetings I attend webinars online that touch on all the topics I am interested in from Infertility issues to marketing and business development.
I have attended several seminars and have taken courses in advancement of my professional work. I have also consulted and have taken internet courses, and have been mentored by an elder. I must say however, that my intuitive impressions are mostly self taught and my learning journey begun at a very young age due to a near death that I experienced...
I am in no way a self taught. Everyhting have learn has come from my bosses and watching what they did and I apply those to my career. I have attended conventions, workshops, private sessions with master teachers in the past.
I regularly attend clinics and seminars with world-leaders and masters in dressage, such as Michael Poulin, Christoff Hess, Henk van Bergen, Ingrid Klimke, among others, and have trained both in the US and in Europe (Germany primarily, but also Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, and France). Riding, training and teaching riding is an all-consuming passion, in which you learn every day at least something, whether it is taught by humans or the horses theselves.
I do attend continuining legal education courses and seminars as well as attending conferences in the field of intellectual property law.
Yes I do. Of course, I would, if I have time. because I work on 28 on duty 28 off duty.
The State Bar of Arizona requires a minimum of 15 class hours per year. I usually attend 25 class hours or more. I maintain my certification as a specialist in injury and wrongful death by attending advanced seminars sponsored not only by the State Bar of Arizona by by the American Association for Justice and the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association.
I love going to courses and learning new things, however, I have done many self-learning courses as well.
I am always attending seminars and studying myself to increase my skills.
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