Participated in a National Train the Trainer Activity to provide support to Adult Education Practitioners in implementing effective learning strategies to support adult learners with learning disabilities.
After training became a National Certified Trainer.
By attending this workshop, the participant becomes eligible to be a Certified Bridges Trainer for the institution/agency he/she works for.
" Bridges Out of Poverty is a set of concepts that helps businesses, churches, schools, social service organizations and individuals address poverty in a comprehensive way. It provides ideas and concrete tools a community needs to reduce, alleviate and work with those in poverty. " (https://www.nemcsa.org/services/bridges-out-of-poverty-education.html)
Driven Adult Education Program Developer/Trainer with a 25+ years of experience in the field, assisting students in achieving their educational goals. My duties as an Adult Education Program Developer/Trainer ranged from teaching to recruiting, retaining and transitioning students to post secondary or vocational depending on the student's career journey and preference. In addition, TABE and CASAS testing certification and experience.
Serving the community through education has provided me with vast experience in effective identifying strengths and gaps needed to achieve academic success. Fast learner and willing to acquire new knowledge and skills to better and more effectively perform my duties.
Motivated to serve the community and contribute to successfully connecting our students with education, services, information, training and resources needed for them to be successful, resourceful and active engines of their communities. Eager to empower to aim higher and take control of their success through education and quick training. Like I always say to my students: "There is always a career behind your Passion."
Articulate, enthusiastic and results-oriented with demonstrated passion for building relationships, cultivating partnerships and growing with the institution to serve the community.
Always a positive attitude. However firm and professional when the situation requires it.
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