Attending a great training can leave you feeling inspired, motivated, and ready to dig in. Conversely, attending a poor training session can leave you feeling just the opposite. Sometimes poor training experiences can leave a sour taste in your mouth, but before you dismiss it all, consider this. It may simply be the instructor. Maybe it was the materials they used, the training technique they attempted, or maybe they are not aware of their material they way they thought they were.

Sharing feedback with instructors can be extremely helpful. For one, people typically like to improve their performance. Also, the training session itself can greatly improve for the next group of learners.

This learning path provides guidelines and examples of educator/trainer feedback models and processes. Whether you are the observer or the instructor, the materials can assist in improving the overall experience for the other learners.