Currently, I am employed as a Clinical Implementation Specialist and I provide software training for healthcare staff. My path to training was unconventional. For many years I worked in traditional Pharmacy Technician, until I was offered a position with a company that specialized in pharmacy automation products. It was here that I learned about the dynamic training field. Now, over five years later, I am still a trainer, and have branched into the world of Instructional Design.
As an Implementation Analyst, I quickly began to excel in training. It became my passion. Witnessing learners overcoming obstacles and gaining confidence in themselves is what drives me as a trainer. I also greatly enjoy the challenges, as well as the opportunities for interacting face-to-face with customers.
In my current role, I facilitate learning. Moving into Instructional Design was an easy choice for me! I easily adapt to learning and training new products. Teamwork and a challenging work environment keep me engaged and interested. I have received kudos for my patient demeanor and positive attitude. After all, creating a positive atmosphere is, I believe, essential for learning and building a relationship with the customer.
As a graduate student in Instructional Design, I am focused on learning all that I can about this field. I am always open to making new connections and exchanging knowledge. If you would like to learn more about me and my experience, feel free to contact me. I would love to hear from you!